Gen_Bio_II_study_guide_ch_31-S9th

Gen_Bio_II_study_guide_ch_31-S9th - Dr. Tyler General...

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Dr. Tyler General Biology II – Study Guide for Chapter 31 Define the following: Acoelomates Amoebocyte Animals Anterior Anthozoa Appendagees Archenteron Asymmetrical Bilateral symmetry Blastopore Body cavity Body plan Cephalization Choanocytes Closed circulation Cnidaria Cnidocyte Coelom Coelomate Colloblasts Complete digestive tract Ctenes Ctenophore Determinate cleavage Detritivore Deuterostomes Diploblastic Diplontic Direct development Dispersal stage Dorsal Ectoderm Eumetazoan Endoderm Endosymbiosis Enterocoel Filter feeder Gastrovascular cavity Gastrulation Herbivore Hermaphroditic Heterotrophic Host Hox (homeobox) genes Hydrostatic skeleton Hydrozoa Incomplete digest. tract Indeterminate cleavage Indirect development Injestive heterotrophy Invertebrate Larva Medusa Mesenchyme Mesoderm Mesoglea Mesohyl Motile Nauplius Nematocyst Omnivore Open circulation Parasite Peritoneum Planula Polyp Porifera Posterior Predator Prey Protostomes Pseudocoelomate Radial cleavage Radial symmetry
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course BSC 2011 taught by Professor Presley during the Spring '11 term at FAU.

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