Anthozoa Scyphozoa Acoelomate Schistosoma Ascon Spicules Acoelomorpha Scolex Bioluminescent Spongin Auricles Strobilated Biradial Symmetry Statocyst Bilateral Symmetry Tegument Choanocytes Statolith Cephalization Transverse Fission Cnidaria Staurozoa Cerebral Ganglia Trematoda Cnidocytes Sycon Cestoidea Triploblastic Colonial Hypothesis Syncytial Hypothesis Chemoreceptors Turbellaria Comb rows Zooxanthellae Closed Circulatory System Ctenophora Coelomate Cubozoa Colloblasts Dioecious Commensalism Diploblastic Complete Digestive Tract Epidermis Cycliophora Gastrodermis Definitive Host Gastrovascular Cavity Deuterostomes Gemmules Ecdysozoa Hydrostatic Skeleton Ectoparasite Hydrozoa Endoparasite Leucon Flame Cells Medusa Fragmentation Mesenchyme Cells Gastrotricha Mesenteries Hermaphroditic Mesoglea Hypertonic Mesohyl Intermediate Host Monoecious Lophotrochozoa Nematocysts Monogenea Pedal Laceration Neck Strobila Pharynx Nemertea Pinacocytes Ocelli Planula Opisthaptor Polyp Osmoregulation Porifera Osmotic Equilibrium Porocytes Parenchyma Protandy Parthenogenesis Radial Symmetry Platyhelminthes Proboscis Proglottids Protonephridia Protostomes Psuedocoelomate Ch. 9 Ch. 10 Ch. 11 Ch. 12 Ch. 13 Adductor Muscle Anesthetic Acanthocephala Aposematic Coloration Annelida Aschelminthes Bivalvia Anticoagulant Corona Branchial Heart Budding Cuticle Cephalopoda Clitellata Eutely Chemoreceptors Clitellum Hydrostatic Skeleton Chromatophores Crop Lorica Coelom Cuticle Psuedocoelom Complete Digestive System Epitoky Rotifera Filter-feeder Fission Gastropoda Gizzard Glochidia Metamerism Head-foot Metanephridia Hectocotylus Oligochaeta Hydraulic Skeleton Parapodia Laterally-compressed Peristomium Mantle Polychaeta Mantle Cavity Prostomium Mollusca Setae Nephridia Tagmatization Open Circulatory System Operculum Photoreceptors Pulmonate Lung Radula Siphon Tube Spermatophores Systemic Heart Torsion Trochophore Veliger Visceral Mass Quiz 2 Questions: Use the previous word bank to answer the following questions. After you have filled in the blanks submit your answers in iLearn. Spelling counts, so make sure you spell answers as they are written in the word bank. 1.) The largest and most prominent stage in the life cycle of most members of the cnidarian Class Scyphozoa is the ___________. 2.) The class of Cnidaria that includes anemones is ___________. 3.) __________ is the only diploblastic phylum to have a complete digestive system. 4.) When an organism is hypertonic (higher internal salt concentration than its environment) it must perform ____________ to maintain a balance between its internal salt and water concentrations. 5.) ___________ is a specialized epidermal structure, common in many endoparasites, that facilitates absorption of nutrients and provides defense against its host's immune system. 6.) Adult cestoids are composed of a long series of repeating reproductive units called ___________. 7.) _________________ is exhibited by many marine gastropods to serve as a warning that an animal is toxic or inedible. 8.) Many freshwater mussels produce parasitic larvae known as ___________ that attach to fish gills. 9.) ____________ are specialized pigment cells that enable these highly intelligent invertebrates to change color. 10.) ____________ is the segmented organization of the body into sections along the anterior/posterior axis. 11.) (BONUS) If I am a triploblastic, lophotrochozoan, protostome with a true coelom and possess a mantle I belong to the phylum ____________. 12.) (BONUS) _________ is the phenomenon that a species displays when all individuals of that species has the same total number of cells and each organ also has a constant number of cells among individuals. kgibbs Microsoft Word - Exam 2 Terminology
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