invert_lab_1_sponges

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  1. Common Name:
    Phylum:
    Subphylum:
    Type of tissues:
    "Glass rope sponge"

    Phylum: Porifera

    Subphylum: Symplasma

    Syncytial (multinucleated) tissues


  2. Common Name:
    Phylum:
    Subphylum:
    Type of tissues:
    Water found:
    • "Venus Flower Basket"
    • P. Porifera
    • Subp. Symplasma
    • Syncytial (multinucleated) tissues
    • Deep water

  3. Name:
    Subphylum:
    Found in Class:
    • Spongin Fibers
    • Subp: Cellularia (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • Class Demospongiae (larger sponges)

  4. Common name:
    Subphylum:
    Class:
    • "Goblet sponge"
    • Subp. Cellularia (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • C. Demospongiae

  5. Common name:
    Subphylum:
    Class:
    • Rope sponge
    • Subphylum: Cellularia (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • Class: Demospongiae

  6. Common Name:
    Subphylum:
    Class:
    • Tube sponge
    • subphylum: Cellularia (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • Class: Demospongiae

  7. Common Name:
    Subphylum:
    Class:
    • Boring sponge
    • SubPhylum: Cellularia (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • Class: Demospongiae

  8. Where found:
    Demospongiae spicule
  9. Type of spicules foun in Calcarea sponges.
    • Triradiate spicules
  10. Subphylum of sponges that include:

    the "glass sponges"
    Syconoid and leuconoid body types
    All deep water marine
    Triaxon and monaxon spicules
    Subphylum Symplasma (sponges with syncytial tissues)
  11. 2 classes of Subphylum cellularia sponges
    (sponges with cellular tissues)
    • Class - Demospongaie
    • Class - Calcarea
  12. Class of sponges that contain:

    Siliceous spicules and/or spongin
    monaxon, tetraxon, triaxon spicules
    Parenchymula larva
    Leuconoid body structure
    Class Demospongiae
  13. Class of sponges that contain:

    Calcareous, Triradiate spicules
    All types of body structure
    only megascleres present
    amphiblastula larva
    Class: Calcarea

  14. What is it?
    1:
    2:
    3:
    not pictured to right of 2, and down 3:
    • X-section of Sycon
    • 1: Ostium
    • 2: Apopyle
    • 3: Atrium
    • Rt of 2: Choanocyte Chamber
    • down 3: Incurrent canal

  15. What is it?
    Where found? and Why?
    Spongilla Gemmules - asexual reproductive bodies produced by freshwater sponges as a response to adverse conditions

  16. What is it?
    what type of body? Why?
    • Sycon
    • Sycanoid
    • to increase surface area for choanocytes
    • 1. ostium
    • 2. atrium
    • 3. osculum
    • 4. choanocyte chamber
    • 5. incurrent channel
    • 6. apopyle

  17. small specs:
    Amphiblastula larva

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