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1 Complete the following table using your lecture notes – The table on the following page will help you organize some of the material presented in this lecture on invertebrates. Keep in mind that you should be comfortable with the body-plan changes (tissues, symmetry, etc) and major evolutionary steps discussed for each phylum. * Check yourself using table 32.8 (not much of a learning tool if you just copy it. Study it, fill it in and then check it with table 32.8).
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Unformatted text preview: Please use these terms to complete this table: Column Terms True Tissues / organs absent or present Body Symmetry absent / radial or bilateral Germ Layers diploblastic or triploblastic Body Cavity acoelomate, pseudocoelomate, coelomate Digestive/Circulatory system grastrovascular cavity / digestive tract Evolutionary adaptations examples: multicellularity / segmentation -important adaptations not listed above...
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