Warm up
What are the things that make something an animal?
Why are protists not animals?
Let’s Start at the Basics
Phylum Porifera…Sponges
Symmetry…
No symmetry; (maybe radial)
No head
How Do They Get Food?
No mouth, anus, or gut!
Filter feeders…
Skeleton of…
SPICULES
SPONGIN
Reproduction…
Sexual (male and female)
May perform budding
Live
Mostly in oceans
Some in freshwater
Movement
Most do NOT move (sessile)
Some move VERY slowly
Other
Means “pore bearing”
No nerves or cells to carry impulses
Some are very SMALL;
Others are so LARGE a person could fit INSIDE!!!!!
Sponges . . . Strange But True
Re-form
Regenerate
Create a new sponge from a piece.
So…
Why are sponges animals?
They
Can’t make their own food
Eat other organisms
Cnidarians
Radial Symmetry
Hydra Feeding…
Mouth
Prey
To eat, they expand their mouth around their prey and engulf it!
Hydra Feeding…
Mouth
Prey
They have a gut cavity and a mouth.
Some are predators others are filter feeders.
Hydra reproduction:
Cnidarians can reproduce sexually.
Hydra most often bud, which is asexual reproduction.
They may have ...
Live
Mostly in oceans
Some in freshwater
Protection
Nematocyst “The Stinger”
Cnidocyte Cell
Other
Cells organized in tissues
Means stinging cells
Simple nervous system
Body Forms
Stationary Polyp
Free Swimming Medusa
Porifera & CnidariaVenn Diagram
Phylum Name
(Meaning)
Symmetry
Organization
of Cells
Feeding
Specialized Cells
Gen...
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Porifera cnidariannotes

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Porifera cnidariannotes

  • 1. Warm up What are the things that make something an animal? Why are protists not animals?
  • 2. Let’s Start at the Basics Phylum Porifera…Sponges
  • 3. Symmetry… No symmetry; (maybe radial) No head
  • 4. How Do They Get Food? No mouth, anus, or gut! Filter feeders…
  • 5. Skeleton of… SPICULES SPONGIN
  • 6. Reproduction… Sexual (male and female) May perform budding
  • 7. Live Mostly in oceans Some in freshwater
  • 8. Movement Most do NOT move (sessile) Some move VERY slowly
  • 9. Other Means “pore bearing” No nerves or cells to carry impulses
  • 10. Some are very SMALL; Others are so LARGE a person could fit INSIDE!!!!!
  • 11. Sponges . . . Strange But True Re-form Regenerate Create a new sponge from a piece.
  • 12. So… Why are sponges animals?
  • 13. They Can’t make their own food Eat other organisms
  • 14. Cnidarians
  • 15. Radial Symmetry
  • 16. Hydra Feeding… Mouth Prey To eat, they expand their mouth around their prey and engulf it!
  • 17. Hydra Feeding… Mouth Prey They have a gut cavity and a mouth. Some are predators others are filter feeders.
  • 18. Hydra reproduction: Cnidarians can reproduce sexually. Hydra most often bud, which is asexual reproduction. They may have 4 buds at 1 time!
  • 19. Live Mostly in oceans Some in freshwater
  • 20. Protection Nematocyst “The Stinger” Cnidocyte Cell
  • 21. Other Cells organized in tissues Means stinging cells Simple nervous system
  • 22. Body Forms Stationary Polyp Free Swimming Medusa
  • 23. Porifera & CnidariaVenn Diagram Phylum Name (Meaning) Symmetry Organization of Cells Feeding Specialized Cells General Characteristics
  • 24. Warm up What is 1 characteristic of the porifera that makes them animals? What is a different characteristic of the cnidarians that makes them animals?

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