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Invertebrate Matrix

CNIDARIAN BODY TYPE - Stingers, - Radial symmetry
ARTHROPOD BODY TYPE -Exoskeletons, -Segmented bodies, -Jointed legs, -Bilateral symmetry
ECHINODERM BODY TYPE -Spiny bodies, -Tube feet, - 5-part radial symmetry
MOLLUSKS BODY TYPE -Soft–bodied, -Some have shells, -Bilateral symmetry
SEGMENTED WORM BODY TYPE -Long –tube like bodies divided into segments, - Bilateral symmetry
SPONGES BODY TYPE - Many pores, - Central cavity - Asymmetry
CNIDARIANS- OBTAIN OXYGEN? -Diffusion into body from water
ARTHROPODS -OBTAIN OXYGEN? -With gills or spiracles (air tubes)
ECHINODERMS- OBTAIN OXYGEN? -Oxygen from water through tube feet
SEGMENTED WORMS-OBTAIN OXYGEN? -Breathe in through their skin
SPONGES- OBTAIN OXYGEN? - Filters dissolved oxygen (O2) from water through their pores
CNIDARIANS-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Use stinging tentacles
ARTHROPODS-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Use mandibles (jaws) for chewing food
ECHINODERMS-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Using their tube feet to obtain food
MOLLUSKS-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Using muscular foot to obtain their food, some are filter feeders
SEGMENTED WORMS-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Using mouth, then digesting their food; predators/decomposers
SPONGES-MOVE AND OBTAIN FOOD? -Filter –feeders , specialized cells obtain oxygen & food from water
CNIDARIANS-EXAMPLES(4) jellyfish, coral, hydra, sea anemone
ARTHROPODS-EXAMPLES(4 main, with examples of each) Arachnids (spiders, ticks, scorpions) insects (flies, grasshoppers) centipedes, millipedes Crustaceans (lobsters, shrimp, crabs, crayfish)
ECHINODERMS-EXAMPLES (5) Brittle Star, sea cucumber, sea star, sand dollar, sea urchin
MOLLUSKS-EXAMPLES (9) Octopus, slugs, snail, clams, oysters, squid, scallops, cuttlefish, nautilus
SEGMENTED WORMS-EXAMPLES (3) Earthworm, leeches, marine worms
Created by: RichaneRobbins



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