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Porifera
-Lack true tissues
-Have choanocytes (unique cells around flagellum that ingest bacteria and tiny food particles)
Sponges
Cnidaria
-Unique stinging structures, each housed in a specialized cell (cnidocyte)
- Gastrovascular cavity (digestive compartment with single opening)
Hydras, jellies, sea anemones, corals
Platyhelminthes
-Flat
-Unsegmented acoelomates
-Gastrovascular cavity or no digestive tract
Flatworms
Nemotoda
-Unsegmented pseudocoelomates with tapered ends
-No cirulatory system
-Cuticle (Tough body "shell")
Roundworms
Mollusca
-Coelomates with 3 main body parts:
1)Muscular Foot (Movement)
2)Visceral mass (Contains Internal Organs)
3)Mantle (Outer membrane surrouding VM; sometimes secretes a shell)
- Feed using radula
Clams, snails, squids
Annelida
Coelomates with segmented body wall and internal organs
Segmented Worms
Arthropoda
Coelomates with segmented body, jointed appendages, and exoskeleton made of protein and chitin
Spiders, Crustaceans, Insects
Echinodermata
-Coelomates with secondary radial anatomy (Bilateral larvae, Radial Adults)
-Unique water vascular system (Tube feet for movement, feeding)
-Endoskeleton
Sea Stars, Sea Urchins