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Phylum Cnidaria or Coelenterata

Phylum Cnidaria or Coelenterata

Phylum Cnidaria or Coelenterata. Jellyfish, anemones, corals. The Basics. Two tissue layers - an outer epidermis and an inner gastroderm Nerve net with stinging capsules called nematocysts Radial symmetry with 2 body types - a polyp and/or medusa.

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Phylum Cnidaria

Phylum Cnidaria

Phylum Cnidaria. The “ Stinging Celled ” animals Kingdom Animalia Approx. 11,000 species. Cnidarian Habitat. All live in water - aquatic Most live in saltwater - marine Few are freshwater – ex. Hydra. Cnidarian Movement. Some can move ( motile ) Some cannot move

By eudora
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Cnidarians

Cnidarians

Cnidarians. Coral Sea anemones Jellyfish Distinguishing characteristic – stinging tentacles. Corals. Sea Anemones. Jellyfish. Body Forms. Polyp (coral, anemones) Cylinder, mouth at top Sessile Medusa (jellyfish) Umbrella-shaped Free-swimming. Body Structure.

By elma
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The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria

The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria

The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria. Phylum Cnidaria. Class Anthozoa. Class Hydrozoa. Class Scyphozoa. Class Cubozoa. Corals Anemones. Hydra Portuguese Man-Of-War Stinging Limu Fire Coral. True jellyfish. Box jellies Sea wasps. Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria.

By owen
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Cnidarians

Cnidarians

Cnidarians. Stinging Creatures. Also known as coelenterates. Includes jellyfish, sea anemones, hydra, coral The common characteristic is that they have stinging cells called cnidocytes located on tentacles. Cnidocyts contain threadlike stingers called nematocysts.

By cana
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Invertebrate Phylum: CNIDARIANS (Coelenterates)

Invertebrate Phylum: CNIDARIANS (Coelenterates)

Invertebrate Phylum: CNIDARIANS (Coelenterates). Vocabulary "Cnidarian” = nettle "Coelenterata" = hollow gut polyp = "vase" shaped body form medusa = "bell" shaped body form Cnidocyte = stinging cell. Vocabulary

By ondrea
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Lecture #13

Lecture #13

Lecture #13. Phylum Echinodermata. Features common to Phylum Echinodermata. 1. triploblastic 2. pentaradial symmetry in adults ; bilateral symmetry in larvae 3. coelomate 4. endoskeleton made of calcerous plates called ossicles 5. water vascular system for locomotion

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Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia. Lower Invertebrates. Characteristics:. eukaryotic multicellular heterotrophic consumers no cell walls sexual and asexual reproduction locomotion 99% invertebrates. symmetry of body plan: asymmetry – no symmetry radial – central point; can be divided into equal

By oriole
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Cnidaria The beautiful wonders of the ocean

Cnidaria The beautiful wonders of the ocean

Cnidaria The beautiful wonders of the ocean. By: Simon Han. Why should you date me?. I have cnidocytes (venomous cells) that I can use to protect you. I’m radially symmetrical. Symmetry = Beauty I have no central nervous system or respiratory organs. Less worries.

By kaipo
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Learning Intentions

Learning Intentions

Learning Intentions. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Identify general characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria Describe functions of major structures in terms of life functions and explain their evolutionary significance (adaptations) Recall key ecological roles of cnidarians.

By deanne
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Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates. 2. Cnidarians. Have simple tissues, no organs Radial symmetry, tentacled, with sac-like gut, epithelia, a nerve net, epithelia & hydrostatic skeleton. Live in seas. Jellyfishes, sea anemones, hydra & corals. 2 common body plans/structure:

By gelsey
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Recent Advances in the Biology of Radiata

Recent Advances in the Biology of Radiata

Recent Advances in the Biology of Radiata. By: Katie Boudreau, Cosmo Kunzelmann, Ryan Lee, Heather Gosnell, and Martin Davis. Dr. Sharp’s Study. The onset of coral-bacterial associations The functional roles that bacteria play in healthy corals

By selima
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The Origin of Diploblastic Organisms

The Origin of Diploblastic Organisms

The Origin of Diploblastic Organisms. Avonlea Gardner, Stefani Williams, Ben Lawhorn, Max Rossa . Developed Characteristics within phylum Radiata. Radial morphology Diploblastic (two germ layers during development) – ectoderm and endoderm

By kailey
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Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates. 2. Cnidarians. Have simple tissues, no organs Radial symmetry, tentacled, with sac-like gut, epithelia, a nerve net, epithelia & hydrostatic skeleton. Live in seas. Jellyfishes, sea anemones, hydra & corals. 2 common body plans/structure:

By hidi
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Flatworms, Roundworms, and Rotifers. Chapter 34. Table of Contents. Section 1 Platyhelminthes Section 2 Nematoda and Rotifera. Section 1 Platyhelminthes. Chapter 34. Objectives. Summarize the distinguishing characteristics of flatworms. Describe the anatomy of a planarian.

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Chapter 34

Chapter 34

Chapter 34. Flatworms Roundworms Rotifers. Objectives. Summarize the distinguishing characteristics of flatworms. Describe the anatomy of a planarian. Compare free-living and parasitic flatworms. Diagram the life cycle of a fluke. Describe the life cycle of a tapeworm.

By lala
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Echinoderms

Echinoderms

Echinoderms. Echinodermata. Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Echinodermata Class: Asteroidea Class: Ophiuroidea Class: Echinoidea Class: Holothuroidea Class: Crinoidea. Phylum Characteristics. Name means “Spiny Skin”

By turi
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Unit 12: Nervous Control

Unit 12: Nervous Control

Chapter 25. Unit 12: Nervous Control. The Role of the Nervous System. Which characteristic of life is an organism’s nervous system related to?. Nervous Response. 4 requirements before nervous response can occur: Detection of stimulus by sensory receptors

By akamu
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Chapter 48

Chapter 48

Chapter 48. Nervous Systems. Overview: Command and Control Center The human brain Contains an estimated 100 billion nerve cells, or neurons Each neuron May communicate with thousands of other neurons. Figure 48.1. Functional magnetic resonance imaging

By patsy
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Bilaterally Symmetrical Worms

Bilaterally Symmetrical Worms

Bilaterally Symmetrical Worms. Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, Nematoda, Annelida, and 4 unique groups. Anatomical Sides of a Bilateral Organism. Anterior – front side of an organism where the head with a brain or nerve net is located

By yetta
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