Cnidaria is a phylum containing over 10,000 species of animals found
exclusively in aquatic (freshwater and marine) environments: they are
Cnidarians live in salt waters or fresh waters. They have a simle nervous system
and they have stinging cell called nematocysts. Thet have two embryonic cells, ...
In this lesson, we'll explore a group of organisms known as cnidarians. We'll
learn about their ... Most animals exhibit either bilateral or radial symmetry.
Cnidarians have two distinct morphological body plans known as polyp, which
are sessile as adults, and medusa, which are mobile; some species exhibit both ...
The Phylum Cnidaria includes such diverse forms as jellyfish, hydra, sea ... A
nematocyst discharges when a prey species or predator comes into contact with
Cnidarians are a diverse group of organisms found in marine ... the Phylum,
Cnidaria. While many ... species. All cnidarians exhibit radial symmetry that is
Jan 25, 2013 ... They exhibit a wide variety of sizes and shapes from encrusting sheets to ....
Cnidarians (Phylum Cnidaria) are a diverse group of animals ...
Jellyfish, or "true jellies," are medusae belonging to the phylum Cnidaria. At the
Aquarium we have both kinds of animals on exhibit. Sting for Your Supper.
In the following chart are the listed traits of animals and associated new
vocabulary. Examine the ... As the exception, sponges do not exhibit any type of
symmetry. ... the phylum Cnidaria are characterized by radial symmetry. Terms for