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Invertebrates - Page Text Content

BC: By Tomar Bush Biology Summer Semester 2011

FC: Invertebrates Animals Without Backbones

1: Coral | Jellyfish | Hydra | Sea Anemone | Cnidarians True Tissues | An ancient group of invertebrates with rich fossil record

2: Porifera-sponges Multicellularity | Have saclike bodies perforated by many pores. Sponges are aquatic, largely marine animals that vary greatly in size.

3: Nematoda-roundworms Pseudocoelomates | Hookworm | Pinworm | Ascaris | Possess two anatomic features not previously seen: a body cavity and a complete digestive tract Nonsegmented

4: Tapeworm | Fluke | Platyhelminthes-flatworms Bilateral Symmetry | Have three germ layers: ectoderm, endoderm & mesoderm Have no coelum and are acoelomates

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  • Title: Invertebrates
  • Invertebrates are animals without a backbone or spinal column. Invertebrates include simple organisms, such as sponges and flatworms, and more complex animals, such as arthropods and molluscs.
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