Marine Review 14 - L indsey Aronoff Period 3 Marine Review...

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Lindsey Aronoff Period 3 Marine Review 1) Ossicle - Plates of calcium carbonate that make up the endoskeleton of echinoderms. 2) Aristotle’s lantern - A chewing structure composed of five teeth found in the mouths of sea urchins. 3) Tubules of Curvier - Small, sticky tube expelled from the anus of some sea cucumbers to distract predators. 4) Endoskeleton - An internal skeleton. 5) Pentamarous/Pentaradial symmetry - symmetry of Echinoderms that are the adults 6) Bipinnaria larva - symmetry of Echinoderms when they are larva. 7) Respiratory Tree - how the sea cucumbers in the class breathe. 8) Madreporite - The structure at which water enters the water vascular system of an echinoderm. 9) Evisceration - The release of internal organs from the mouth or anus. This behavior is used by sea cucumbers to deter predation. 10) Skin Gills - the way echinoderms breathe. 11) Ampulla - An expanded area of a tubular structure. It is attached to the tube foot. 12)
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course BIO 3023 taught by Professor Lutz during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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Marine Review 14 - L indsey Aronoff Period 3 Marine Review...

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