How Do Porifera Move?


Porifera or sea sponges do not move. They spend their entire life attached to something like a rock or the sea floor.They feed on particles that flow through the water.
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Phylum Porifera
Sponges are a diverse group of sometimes common types, with about 5000 species known across the world. Sponges are primarily marine, but around 150 species live in fresh water. Sponges have cellular-level organization, meaning that that their cells... More >>
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Porifera do not have any means of locomotion. Therefor, Porifera do not move. Porifera are aquatic. The reproduction of the organism is asexual. You can find more information here:
Q&A Related to "How Do Porifera Move"
Actually porifera also known as sponges do not move. The cells within their bodies can move. They can remold their body shape because of this cell movement, but don't actually move
They attach themselves to a rock and don't move.
The adults don't move around. The "larvae" are balls of cells equipped with flagella. They use these flagella to move -- but they're such weak swimmers that most of their
How does porifera move around? The phylum porifera are commonly known as sponges. They don't move; they are sessile. Though some species can move very, very small increments per day
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