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Bryophta green plants that are nonvascular;reproduce by a spores;have rhizoids instead of roots; the mosses.
radial symmetry type of body shape that can be divided like a wheel.
invetebrate animals without a backbone.
non-vascular plants which have no system of veins to transport food and water.
nematoda largest group of worms;bilatral symmetry firts phyla to have two body openings;roundworms.
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry
cnidaria organisms with radial symmetry; kill their prey with stinging cell; includes jellyfish, coral, and anemones.
pterophyta seedless vascular plants;reproduce by spores;young plants
annelida segmented worms with bilateral symmetry; round bodies; includes leeches, earthworms, and polychaetes.
asymmetry a body shape with no particular pattern.
porifera asymmetrical; lack true tissues and organs; most primitive animal phylum.
vertebrate animals with a backbone.
chordata vertebrates; have a nerve cord; endoskeleton; includes amphibians, reptiles, fish birds, and mammals.
coniferophyta plants with roots , stems, needle-like leaves, and seeds in cones.
bilateral-symetry a body shape which can be divided into two identical halves.
mollusca soft bodies with hard shells; invertebrates; mantle covers the body; includes squids, clams, oysters, and snails.
vascular plants with a system of veins to transport water, food, and minerals.
echinodermate invertebrates with radial symmetry; spiny skins and tube feet; i
anthophyta the largest group of plants; have roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds.
platyhelminthes primitive worms with flattened bodies; one digestive opening; and bilateral symmetry; includes planaria, flukes, and tapeworms.
arthropoda invertebrates with jointed bodies, exoskeletons, and pairs of jointed appendages.
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