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Porifera_Outline - Outline Lab Porifera Some links to help...

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Outline Lab: Porifera Some links to help with Greek/Latin roots: HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Latin_and_Greek_words_commonly_used_in_system atic_names" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Latin_and_Greek_words_commonly_used_in_systema tic_names HYPERLINK "http://www.biologyjunction.com/prefixes%20and%20suffixes.pdf" http://www.biologyjunction.com/prefixes%20and%20suffixes.pdf HYPERLINK "http://www.jdenuno.com/PDFfiles/RootWords.pdf" http://www.jdenuno.com/ PDFfiles/RootWords.pdf (also attached) porus = ________________________________ fera = ________________________________ Are sponges multicellular? Y N Sponges have a ________________________________ level of organization. Sponges always live in ________________________________ , usually shallow; some are freshwater species but most are ________________________________ species. Sponges get their food by _______________________ - __________________________. Sponges nearly always have ________________________________ symmetry. Adult sponges are ________________________________, but the larvae are motile. The three structural components of sponges are ________________________________, ________________________________, and ________________________________. The first sponge class, ________________________________ , is classified by ________________________________ spicules The second sponge class, ________________________________ , is classified by ________________________________ and/or ________________________________ The third sponge class, ________________________________, is classified by spicules with ______ rays cyte = ________________________________ pyle = ________________________________ coel = ________________________________
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