Marine Review 9 - Marine Review Sheet 1 Aboral The surface opposite the mouth 2 Anthozoa means flower animal many are colonial and most are sessile

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Marine Review Sheet 1) Aboral - The surface opposite the mouth 2) Anthozoa - means “flower animal” many are colonial and most are sessile. May secrete endo or exoskeletons and they exhibit a variety of growth forms. Produce by asexual or sexual reproduction. 3) Bilateral Symmetry - A type of symmetry in which body parts are arranged in such a way that only one plane through the midline of the central axis divides the organism into similar right and left halves. 4) Box Jelly - an example of a scyphozoan with a thick mesoglea and medusa form is dormant 5) Budding - A form of asexual reproduction in microbes and multicellular organisms in which unequal division of the adult produces two individuals. 6) Cassiopeia - upside down jelly fish also an example of a scyphozoan. 7) Cephalization - The concentration of sensory organs in the head region of an animal. 8) Cnidaria - The phylum that has three types Scyphozoan, Hydrozoan, and Anthozoan. 9)
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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 9 - Marine Review Sheet 1 Aboral The surface opposite the mouth 2 Anthozoa means flower animal many are colonial and most are sessile

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