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Sponges phylum Porifera are an exclusively aquatic and, with a few exceptions Vacelet and Boury-Esnaulta filter-feeding group of animals. The group consists of approximately 15, extant species in three distinct groups Hooper and van Soest Sponges occupy both freshwater and marine environments, from shallow to abysmal depths, and are common in coral reef, mangroves, and seagrass ecosystems.
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General Design The body plan of a sponge is simple e. The pinacoderm lines the internal canals and is eventually replaced by the choanoderm, a layer of characteristic flagellated collar cells choanocytes grouped in chambers.
The flow of water inside a sponge is unidirectional: The aquiferous system of a sponge is usually supported by a combination of two types of skeletal elements: The 19th-century discovery of a remarkable similarity between porifera-specific choanocytes and free-living choanoflagellates led to a proposition that sponges are the most primitive metazoans, evolved from choanoflagellate-like protist ancestors Clark ; Clark Example Phylum: Arthopoda.
The phylum Arthropoda is the largest animal phylum. It contains all the insects, crabs, lobsters, spiders, and scorpions.
It is believed there are more than one million. Porifera (por- i-fe-ra) is a combination of two Latin roots that mean bearing pores (pore-porus;bear-fero). The name is a reference to the porous nature of the sponge animal.
The name is a reference to the porous nature of the sponge animal. Sponges (phylum Porifera) are an exclusively aquatic and, with a few exceptions (Vacelet and Boury-Esnault ), a filter-feeding group of animals.
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Sponges are the basalmost clade of animals of the phylum Porifera (/pɒˈrɪfərə/; meaning "pore bearer"). They are multicellular parazoan organisms that have bodies full of pores and channels allowing water to circulate through them, consisting of jelly-like mesohyl sandwiched between two thin layers of cells.
Start studying Characteristics of the 9 Phyla of the Animal Kingdom. 9 terms. Court_D. Characteristics of the 9 Phyla of the Animal Kingdom.
STUDY. PLAY. Phylum Porifera. NO TISSUES OR ORGAN SYSTEMS 1. Contain a few specialized cells 2. Asymmetrical 3.
Adults are SEssile 4. Tiny pores all over body (ostia)-central opening osculum. Phylum.