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Cubangbang #128624

Cubangbang 7thA Ch.15 Invertebrates Stack #128624

an animal or an organism with no backbone invertebrate
a structure in animals and humans that provides mechanical for muscle attachment and maintaining body shape. skeleton
an organism that obtains food from water circulating through its body. filter feeders
a type of skeleton in which confined fluid provides support hydrostatic skeleton
in certain animals the internal cavity in which digestion and food circulation take place. Gastrovascular Cavity
a type of stinging cell possessed by cnidarians; used for defense or for capturing food. Nematocysts
a type of symmetry in which several different planes could divide an animal into equal halves Radial Symmetry
a type of symmetry in which there are two equal sides to an animal ; only one plane can divide it into equal halves Bilateral Symmetry
a long thin nerve cell that carries impulse between various parts of the body. Neurons
a number of neurons arranged side by side and wrapped in a protective covering. Nerve
a mass of nerve tissue; sometimes called a simple brain. Ganglion
a nerve that extends the length of an organism's body; found in some invertebrates. Longitudinal nerve
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