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Nervous system none nerve net brain and 2 cords

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Unformatted text preview: em NONE NERVE NET BRAIN AND 2 CORDS NERVE CORDS BRAIN AND VENTRAL CORD BRAIN AND VENTRAL CORD BRAIN AND VENTRAL CORD Skeletal System NONE/ SPICULES/ SPONGIN HYDRO ­ STATIC NONE HYDROSTATIC HYDROSTATIC EXOSKELETON EXOSKELETON GLIDING & UNDULATING THRASHING MOTION CREEPING & BURROWING CRAWLING ON FOOT WALKING ON JOINTED LEGS NO NONE NO NONE YES NONE NO NONE YES LEGS AQUATIC PARASITIC TERRESTRIAL AQUATIC OR TERRESTRIAL TERRESTRIAL Phylum Symmetry Tissue Layers Body Cavity Digestive System Excretory System Locomotion Segmentation Appendages Habitat NO NONE BODY CONTRAC ­ TIONS NO NONE AQUATIC AQUATIC SESSILE Adapted from Campbell’s BIOLOGY 8th Edition companion website Matering Biology ­ Chapter 33. Concept 33.5 Activity: Characteristics of Invertebrates....
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