Jellyfish or jellies are the major non-polyp form of individuals of the phylum ... A
group of jellyfish is sometimes called a bloom or a swarm. .... Staurozoa (stalked
jellyfish) do not have a polyp...
The sessile form of a jellyfish is called? ... What is the sessile body form of a
cnidarian? polyp ... From the egg of a jellyfish, hatches a larva called planula.
Most scyphozoan jellyfishes—including most of the large jellyfish with which ... a
sessile (i.e. fixed-position), usually benthic (i.e. bottom dwelling) polyp called a ...
Cnidaria - jelly fish, polyps and medusae taxonomy, physiology, and body pattern
. ... sexually from medusae. Most medusae are mobile and the polyps tend to be
sessile. ... They are located in special cells called cnidocytes. There are over ...
Some species form a symbiotic relationship with green algae. Many species are ...
Apr 6, 2015 ... Some of the known sessile stages form branched colonies, which were ... but
members of the genus Rhizostoma, also called football jellyfish, ...
The medusa form is the dominant and most recognized form of the jellyfish. ...
This polyp stage in the jellyfish life cycle is a sessile stage, so called because the
Flagellated cells called choanocytes or collar cells line their internal body cavity
... Polyp forms are usually sessile with upright tentacles arranged around the
mouth at the top and ... Jellyfish & Portuguese man-of-war are medusa form as
The body of a jellyfish is shaped like a bell or umbrella, with a clear, jellylike ...
Specialized stinging structures, called nematocysts, are a characteristic of the
phylum ... The sessile hydroid, or polyp, form is more or less cylindrical, attached
to its ...
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Jan 28, 2003 ... AZA-accredited institutions which care for jellyfish .... Sessile polyps can spread
asexually to generate other polyps—or they can ... gonozooids form medusa
buds called gonophores that can either be retained or released.
Sea anemones and corals have the polyp form, while jellyfish are typical
medusae. ... Cnidarians are classified into four main groups: non-moving (sessile
) ... layers (the ectoderm and the endoderm) separated by a jelly-like layer called