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Blume ch 12 vocab

What is a vertebrate? Animal with a backbone.
what is a collar cell? A type of cell that lines inside of the sponge.
What is a larva? A stage in development between egg and adult.
What is sessile? Remaining attached to one place for a lifetime.
What is regeneration? Ability of an organism to replace body parts
What is hermaohrodite? An animal that produces both sperm and egg.
What is cnidaria? A group name meaning "Stinging Cells"
What is a tentecale? Armlike structure meaning stinging cells.
What is an polyp? Cnidarian body plan that is shaped like a tube or vase.
What is an medusa? bell-shaped body plan for cnidarians.
What is an free-living organism An organism that doesn't depend on another for food or a place to live.
What is an filter-feeder? An organism that obtains food by filtering it from the water in which it lives.
What is an invertebrate? An animal that doesn't have a backbone.
What is an Anus? Opening at the end of the digestive track where the wastes leave.
What is an omnivore? Eats plants and Animals.
What is mimicry The non-venomous king snake looks like the venomous coral snake.
What is camoflage? Stripes help tigers hide in tall grass.
What is an Herbivore? Eats only plants or parts of plants.
Created by: bj1818