Invertebrates

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Invertebrates
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  1. Porifera:What does the name mean?
    "Pore bearing"
  2. Porifera: Body Symmetry?
    Asymmetrical
  3. Porifera: Reproduction?
    • Hermaphrodites:
    • Asexual-fragmentation
    • Sexual-sperm carried in water
  4. Porifera: Nutrition?
    Filter food & nutrients out of water (phytoplankton, zooplankton)
  5. Porifera: Habitat?
    Fresh water & marine water
  6. Porifera: Special Features?
    • No head/mouth/ect.
    • Size: 0-4in. to 6ft.
  7. Porifera: Examples?
    Sponges
  8. Coelenterate: What is the meaning of the name?
    • Coelenterate: Hollow gut
    • Cnidarians: Stinging cells
  9. Coelenterate/Cnidarians: Body Symmetry?
    Radial symetry
  10. C/C:Reproduction?
    • Hydras-budding(asexual)
    • Jellyfish: Polyp-asexual; Medusa-sexual
  11. C/C: Nutrition?
    Use tentacles-have nematocysts(coiled stinger) paralyze prey
  12. C/C: Habitat?
    Fresh & marine water
  13. C/C: Special Features?
    Jellyfish-tentacles up to 300ft.; disc up to 6ft. in diameter.
  14. C/C: Examples?
    • Hydra
    • Jellyfish
    • Sea Anemone
    • Coral
  15. Platyhelminthes: What does the name mean?
    "Flat worm"
  16. Platy: body symmetry?
    Bilateral
  17. Platy: reproduction?
    Hermaphrodites- sexual
  18. Platy: nutrition?
    • Planarian- eat dead animals
    • Flukes/Tapeworms- parasites
  19. Platy: habitat?
    • Planarian- fresh water
    • Fluke/Tapeworm- in host
  20. Platy: Special Feature?
    • Tapeworm-up to 6ft long
    • Planarian- ganglion(brain)
  21. Platy: Examples?
    • Planarian
    • Flukes
    • Tapeworms
  22. Nematoda: What does the name mean?
    "Round worm"
  23. Nematoda: body symmetry?
    Bilateral
  24. Nematoda: reproduction?
    • Sexual- sparate male & female sexes
  25. Nematoda: Nutrition?
    Most are parasites
  26. Nematoda: Habitat?
    In a host or soil
  27. Nematoda: Special Features?
    • First to have an annus.
    • Have tough cuticles covering them for protection.
  28. Annelida: What does the name mean?
    "little rings"
  29. Annelida: body symmetry?
    Bilateral
  30. Annelida: reproduction?
    • Hermaphrodites
    • Sexual
  31. Annelida: nutrition?
    Take in soil & extract nutrients from it.
  32. Annelida: Habitat?
    Soil/Water
  33. Annelida: Special Features?
    • True coelom
    • Breath through skin
  34. Annelida: Example?
    • Earthworm
    • Leech
  35. Nematoda: Examples?
    • Pinworms
    • Hookworms
    • Eel worm
    • Red worm
  36. Mollusca: What does the name mean?
    "soft body"
  37. Mollusca: body symmetry?
    Bilateral
  38. Mollusca: reproduction?
    Sexual
  39. Mollusca: nutrition?
    • Pelecypoda-filter feed
    • Gastropoda-plant/animals
    • Cephalopods-predators
    • Internally digest
  40. Mollusca: Habitat?
    • Fresh & marine water.
    • Land
  41. Mollusca: special features?
    • Muscular foot
    • Mantle- 3 parts; head, foot, visceral mass
    • Visceral Mass protected by shell(digestive part)
  42. Mollusca: examples?
    • Snail
    • Octopus
    • Clams
  43. Echinodermata: What does the name mean?
    "Spiny skin"
  44. Echino: body symmetry?
    Radial (bilateral then radial)
  45. Echino: reproduction?
    • Sexual
    • Asexual- regeneration
  46. Echino: nutrition?
    Stomach turns inside out-eats mollusks & coral
  47. Echino: Habitat?
    Marine water
  48. Echino: special features?
    • Water vascular system
    • (closest to vertebrates)
  49. Echino: examples?
    • Sand Dollars
    • Starfish
    • Sea Urchin
  50. Arthropoda: What does its name mean?
    "Jointed foot"
  51. Arthropoda: body symmetry?
    bilateral
  52. Arthropoda: What are the 3 classes in it?
    • Insecta
    • Arachnid
    • Crustacean
  53. Arthropoda: reproduction?
    Sexual
  54. Arthropoda: nutrition?
    Living and dead material
  55. Arthropoda: habitat?
    Water/Land
  56. Arthropoda: special features?
    • Exoskeleton made of chitin
    • Largest phylum
    • Insecta- Largest class
  57. Arthropoda: examples?
    • Insecta: grasshoppers, butterfly, fly, & lady bug
    • Arachnid: spiders, ticks, & scorpion
    • Crustacean: lobster & crab

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