Cnidaria is a phylum containing over 10,000 species of animals found
exclusively in aquatic (freshwater and marine) environments: they are
predominantly marine species. Their distinguishing feature ...
These flower-like animals resemble plants, but they have a mouth ... the sea star (
a member of the Echinoderm phylum) or the anemone, a Cnidarian (seen ... The
stinging cells are called cnidocytes and contain a structure called a nematocyst.
Phylum Porifera ... Have only 2 cell layers (ectoderm & endoderm) separated by
jellylike material ... Contain stinging cells called cnidocytes in their tentacles that
contain coiled stingers called nematocysts that can shoot out & paralyze prey.
Animals from the phylum Cnidaria have stinging cells called cnidocytes.
Cnidocytes contain large organelles called (a) nematocysts that store a coiled
This article describes members of the phylum cnidaria and discusses basic ... is
that they have stinging cells located, known as cnidocytes, on their tentacles.
Both forms have a single opening that serves as the mouth and anus and is ... a
ring of feeding tentacles packed with stinging cells called cnidocytes (the “c” is ...
Oct 9, 2014 ... The Phylum Cnidaria consists of corals, jelly fish, anemones, hydrae and other
animals that have elongated bodies. They are characterized by ...
Cnidocytes containing nematocysts (cnidae) are characteristic of (and limited to)
this phylum. Nematocysts: 25 different types have been described. Four main ...
Dec 1, 2015 ... Figure 28.2.1: Animals from the phylum Cnidaria have stinging cells called
cnidocytes. Cnidocytes contain large organelles called (a) ...
Used to be just one phylum -Coelenterata (hollow gut). ... All have specialized
stinging cells (cnidocytes) containing stinging organelles (nematocysts). Specific