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Porifera & Cnidaria

Science quiz - Porifera & Cnidaria

have a body of proglottids and a scolex Platyhelminthes
partial digestion in a gastrovascular cavity Platyhelminthes & Nematoda
have bilateral symmetry Platyhelminthes
have 2 body forms, polyp and medusa Cnidaria
hydra, coral Cnidaria
the simplest of all multicellular animals Porifera
digestive system with 2 openings: the mouth and anus Nematoda
have internal skeletons of spicules and sponging fibers Porifera
body covered with a protective cuticle Platyhelminthes, Nematoda
have flagellated collar cells with a mucus collar to trap food Proifera
you should wear shoes to prevent these worms from entering your body Nematoda
have tentacles with stinging cells (nematocysts) cnidaria
has been called a "worm within a worm" Nematoda
have radial symmetry Cnidaria
lack true tissues Porifera
have a body wall of 2 cell layers penetrated by numerous pores Porifera
jellyfish, sea anemones, Portuguese-man-o-war Cnidaria
planarians, flukes and tapeworms Platyhelminthes
have light sensitive eyespots Platyhelminthes
heartworms, Trichinella, and pinworms, hookworm Nematoda
worms that cause your legs to reach the size of elephant's legs Nematoda
excretory system is a series of tubules and flame cells Platyhelminthes
worms that crawl across your eye Nematoda
have a circulatory system, respiratory system and a well developed brain None of these
Porifera Sponges
Cnidaria Jellyfish
Nematoda Worms
Created by: bgpalmers