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Flagella

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Abigail Simon

on 15 April 2014

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Transcript of Flagella

Flagella
Used to move water through the pores on sponges
Jointed Appendages
Used to swim, walk, and handle food on arthropods
Medusa
Lobster
Free-swimming, tentacles down, members of the Colenterata/cnidaria
A member of the arthropoda phyla
Water Vascular System
The means by which Echinoderms move
Sponge
A member of the porifera phyla
Ink Sac
The feature that squid and octopus use for protection
Boxed Jellyfish
An example of a Medusa
Starfish
Lateral Line
A member of of the echinodermata phyla.
The sensory feature of sharks
Bivalve
Two part shell, member of molluska
Swim Bladder
The method by which bony fish float.
Gastropod
A single spiral shell, member of molluska
Bony Fish
These Chordatas have scales and gills.
Spicules
The building blocks of sponges
Cephalopod
A member of the mollusca phyla, no shell.
Cnidocytes
Stinging cells on sea anemones and jellyfish
Plankton Lifestyle
A weak swimming organism
Marine Animal Characteristics
By: Abigail Simon and Morgan Bowley
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