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Have a clitellum Annelida
Segmented worms Annelida
Have chitinous, segmented bodies Arthropoda
Includes trilobytes, unirama, and crustacea Arthropoda
Have pharyngeal slits Chordata
Have a notochord Chordata
Have an endostyle Chordata
Go through medusa and polyp stages Cnidaria
They have exploding nematocyst cells Cnidara
Their membranes are separated by mesoglea Cnidaria
They have radial symmetry and include jellyfish and anemones Cnidaria
Water vascular systems Echinodermata
Include Holothuroidea (sea cucumbers) and Asteroidea (starfish) classes Echinodermata
"Spiky-skinned" Echinodermata
Have Cephalopoda and Bivalvia classes Mollusca
They have byssal glands Mollusca
Have a hard outer mantle Mollusca
They have radal Mollusca
They are pseudocoelomatic Nematoda
Includes model organism which Sydney Brenner studied, c. elegans Nematoda
Have proglottids which contain eggs Platyhelminthes
Includes flukes, tapeworms, and flatworms Platyhelminthes
They contain flame cells in the digestive tract Platyhelminthes
Bilaterally symmetrical Platyhelminthes
Have asconoid, syconoid, and leuconoid body types Porifera
Can suffer from red band syndrome Porifera
Are made up of a jelly-like mesohyl Porifera
Spicules act as structural elements Porifera
Use the osculum to excrete waste Porifera
Use choanocytes to filter nutrients Porifera
"Wheel animalcules" Rotifera
Have a corona of cilia around their mouths Rotifera
Their trophi contains chitin to chew, the trophi is contained in their mastax Rotifera
Includes the Bdelloidea class Rotifera
Created by: The A-Man