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Porifera [Lat.,=pore bearer], animal phylum consisting of the organisms ...
Sponges lack organs and tissue, and all the cells exhibit considerable
independence. .... Most species are marine and can be found in all the oceans;
only 3 percent live ...
Dec 1, 2015 ... The invertebrates, or invertebrata, are animals that do not contain ... Figure 28.1.1
: Sponges are members of the Phylum Porifera, which contains the simplest
invertebrates. ... However, sponges exhibit a range of diversity in body forms, ... (
b) some of the specialized cell types found in sponges are shown.
Animals can be classified by three types of body plan symmetry: radial symmetry,
bilateral ... Only sponges (phylum Porifera) have asymmetrical body plans. ...
display radial symmetry as adults, but their larval stages exhibit bilateral
Kingdom Animalia: Phyla Porifera and Cnidaria. Essential ... In the following chart
are the listed traits of animals and associated new vocabulary. Examine the.
Phylum Porifera ... While sponges (excluding the Hexactinellids) do not exhibit
tissue-layer organization, they do have different cell types that perform distinct ...
An early branching event in the history of animals separated the sponges from ...
The approximately 5,000 living sponge species are classified in the phylum ...
The phylum, Porifera, does not contain true tissues and lacks complexity that
other animal organisms exhibit. However, they make up for this with their diverse
THE PHYLUM PORIFERA ... Sponges are among the most unusual animals ...
Amoebocytes- amoeba-like cells found throughout the sponge; store, digest and
Basic Facts listed for each phylum handily group organisms' taxonomy, structure,
and function, in a concise ... Phylum Porifera: Sponges, Simplest of Animals