Explain your answer Hydra using muscle movements and water pressure Planarian

Explain your answer hydra using muscle movements and

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movement would be the most efficient in terms of power and control? Explain your answer. Hydra – using muscle movements and water pressure Planarian – cilia Rotifer – swimming Planarian because cilia are used with little effort. If needed, movement could potentially be enhanced using the cilia. (????) Kingdom Plantae Simple Plants and Gymnosperms Experim
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Data Table 1: Invertebrate Characteristics Phylum Habitat Feeding Reproduction Unique Features Point of Interest Porifera Water Filter feeding Both Organic and inorganic structures movement Cnideria Water tissues Sexual Only 2 body layers, ectoderm and endoderm feeding Platyhelminth es Water Tissue/parasiti c Both No body cavity Surviving as a non-parasite Nematoda Land/wate r Parasitic Sexual Cuticle (flexible layer of skin) The cuticle Rotifera Freshwate r Filter feeding parthenoge nesis Microscopic ? Reproduction and parthenogenesi s Annelida: The Common Earthworm land Filter feeding both Multiple hearts Asexual reproduction Photo 1: Hydra Could not get a visible photo through microscope Data Table 2: Comparison of Mosses, Ferns, and Conifers Slide Observations Hydra Tenticals, looks like a water tree Planarian Looks like an earthworm? Rotifer Transparent body, can see internal organs and the organs functioning Kingdom Plantae Simple Plants and Gymnosperms Experim
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Photo 2: Planarian Photo 3: Rotifer Exercise 2 1. Define the term hermaphrodite. Describe an advantage to being hermaphroditic. How is cross-
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