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Which specific type of worm can enter your body through your skin?
hookworms
What phylum are roundworms in?
Nematoda
Which specific type of worm causes trichinosis?
Trichinella
What are spicules?
form "skeleton" of a sponge
Which phylum of worms possess setae?
annelida
What are nematocysts?
stinging structures around the mouth of cnidarians
what are 2 examples of flatworms?
planaria and tapeworms
How do spnonges reproduce - sexually, asexually, or both depending on the species?
both
What phylum are corals, hydra, jellyfish, and sea anemones in?
Cnidaria
What phylum are flatworms in?
Platyhelminthes
define regeneration
ability of an organism to regrow body parts
What phylum are segmented worms in?
Annelida
What are the two basic body forms of Cnidarians?
polyp and medusa
What are setae?
small bristles that help segmented worms move
What class are octopus, squid and nautilus in?
cephalopoda
What are 2 types of roundworms?
trichinella and hookworms
What is a bivalve?
A two shelled mollusk
What is a univalve?
A single shelled mollusk