invertebrate chart

invertebrate chart - Phylum Porifera Cnidaria Ctenophora...

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Phylum Porifera Cnidaria Ctenophora Nematoda Mollusca Phylum Annelida Classes none none none Classes Sponges comb jellies flatworms roundworms Common name # Species 5,500 10,000 150 20,000 # Species 16,500 Example Grantia Hydra Dugesia Tridacna Example Nereis virens Symmetry assymetrical radial radial bilateral bilateral bilateral Symmetry bilateral Body plan sac polyps,medusa sac flat, thin slender, long soft; shell Body plan segemented Tissues no true diploblastic triploblastic? triploblastic triploblastic triploblastic Tissues triploblastic Coelom no coelom no coelom n/a acoelomates psuedo coelomate Coelom coelomate Digestion choanocytes GVC GVC GVC complete DT complete DT Digestion complete DT Respiration diffusion diffusion diffusion diffusion diffusion gills Respiration esophagus Excretion diffusion diffusion diffusion flame bulbs anus anus Excretion metanephridia Circulation diffusion diffusion diffusion diffusion diffusion open Circulation closed none nerve net nerve net nerve ring Nervous System ganglia Movement Movement Feeding Feeding Habitat mostly marine marine Habitat Platyhelminth es Hydrozoa,  Scyphozoa,  Cubozoa,  Anthozoa Turbellaria,  Monogenea,  Trematoda,  Cestoda Polyplacophor
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 122 taught by Professor Swensen,kanda during the Spring '08 term at Ithaca College.

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