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red team of awesomeness


jose sanabria

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a red team of awesomeness period 2
production the red team of
presents..... PORIFERA szdjfhklajsdfhsdafkjsdkfjasdfjlasdkfjlkfjd asdflkjasdflkajsdflkj asd;fkj asdfaasfdfsadfasdfasdfsadfasdf PLATYHELMINTHES AND ANNELIDA These Phyla consist of flat worms(Turbellaria), , marine worms(polychaetes),leeches(Hirudine) and earth worms(oligochaete). Other classes are:Trematoda, Cestoda, and Monogenea. MOLLUSCA AND ECHINDERMA This Phyla consists of sea urchins(Echinoidea), brittle stars(Ophiuroidea), sea cucumbers(Holothuroidea), and starfish(Asteroidea). ANTHROPODA Scientific Name of phylum and major classes/types.

coconut crab $45 porifera is the scientific name of the phylum which consists of sponges.

The major groups are Calcarea, Hexactinllida, and Desponagiae.

The sponge's body structure consists of spongin and spicules (fiber like structures) that serve as a skeleton for the sponge.

And Cnidaria Cnidaria is the scientific name of the phylum which consists of sponges.

The major groups are How the animals in the phylum get food.
There's no simple answer. Arthropods cover about 80% of known species, and theres large variety. With crabs, some eat just algae; others are scavengers and eat just about anything edible that doesn't move. Scorpions, are carnivorous and hunt for their food. Shrimps, are filter feeders (they suck water and strain food particles from it).

Body structure.
An arthropods body structure has an exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed attachments called appendages.

How the animals in the phylum move.
The arthropod body plan is designed for efficient. Jointed legs act like springs, struts and shock absorbers for the organism. When they walk or run, a lot arthropods keep three legs on the ground at once, making them stable. How the animals in the phylum reproduce.
Most arthropods lay eggs. Some species, the young are born live. Certain arthropods reproduce by parthenogenesis, where the young develop from unfertilized eggs.

How the animals in the phylum help/harm humans.
A) Humans use arthropods for food. We eat lobster, crabs, shrimp. In other countries, grasshoppers, beetle grubs, and caterpillars are eaten.

B) We compete with insects for food. There are insects that eat crops in the field, and insects that eat stored grain.

C) Insects destroy some of our manufa Symmetry is usually radial in adults, bilateral in larvae. Most of the organs are ciliated. But NO SEGMENTATION!!! thedelicate epidermis over a firm mesodermal endoskeleton of moveable or fixed calcareous plates, usually in a definite pattern. body is covered with a The Coelom is enterocoelous, large and lineated with ciliated peritoneum and subdivided during development to give rise to the unique water-vascular system.
They poses tubular feet for motion, food handling and respiration. A complex hemal system is also present. metamorphosis.
The sexes are seperate, with rare exceptions, and all are alike externally. The gonads are large with simple ducts.
Eggs are abundant and are usually fertilized in the sea. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!
Morgan Wilder Jose Sanabria Ramon Fundora Jessica Radaker Jose Sanabria Ramon Fundora Morgan Wilder Annelid symmetry: bilateral
Platyhelminthe symmetry: bilateral jellies $25 sponge $5 aenenome $12 $2 dragonfly $16 stinkbug $5 Sea Star $15 $27 $20 $10 flatworm $14 leech $ Platyhelminthes move by layers of muscle or by using slime trail as a type of "highway".
Annelids move by Platyhelimithes repoduce both sexually and asexually.
Annelids reproduce the same way. Flat worms have "flame cells" which they use to get rid of waste Platyhelimithes absorb nutrients through their skin.
Annelids eat through a tube that is both mouth and anus. Both Phylas contain a nercous system but they have their differences too. Some Platyhelminthes are parasitic and are dangerous to humans. earthworm $5 $ 15 Mollusks have been a source of food for humans for thousands of years. Also, octopi and squid can kill as well as othe mollusks Some have a "foot" that they use to move along, others, like squid use
perpetuual motion. Mollusks and organism's from the phylum Echinodermata have a tounge with which they eat.
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