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Which phylum has:
Complete digestive system (mouth to anus), salivary and gastric glands
Dioecious (males smaller than females), some males unknown
Females with paired ovaries, parthenogenic reproduction in some.

Rotifera

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The rotifer excretory system of has a pair of

protonephridial tubules with flame cells that empty to common bladder

3

Why is osmoregulation important in both freshwater and marine species;

because water enters by the mouth during feeding.

4

What is included in the rotifer nervous system?

A bilobed brain is dorsal to the mastax with paired nerves leading off to the organs.

Sensory organs include eyespots, sensory bristles and papillae, and ciliated pits and dorsal antennae.

5

The mastax is a ____

muscular pharynx equipped with hard jaws, the trophi.

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What has a funnel-shaped area around the mouth; side lobes fold inward to entrap prey.

Trappers

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What do hunters do?

project trophi to seize prey.

8

Rotiferous are dioecious this means that

with males being smaller than females which contain combined ovaries and yolk glands.

9

Some rotiferans are ____ which means

are parthenogenetic* and produce diploid (2N) eggs that hatch to diploid (2N) females only (diploid amictic eggs)

10

What type of factors can affect the eggs development of rotifers?

Environmental- in forming diploid or haploid eggs

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Unfertilized haploid eggs form haploid males but if fertilized can become dormant ______ eggs with thick resistant shell that will hatch as amictic females.

Winter resistant eggs

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parthenogenesis is

a form of asexual reproduction

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Ectoprocts are also called _____ and are different because of the location of the anus on _____ ring around the mouth

Bryozoans
outside of the tentacular ring

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Some key characteristics of Bryozoa

-Complete gut
-no excretory, circulatory or respiratory organs
-Some are monoecious, some dioecious, and some produce sperm first and later eggs
-Trochophore-like larva

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how many living species are there in Bryozoa

4500

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Where are Bryozoa found?

Inhabit both shallow freshwater and marine habitats
Some marine colonies form limy encrustations on seaweed, shells, and rocks
Others form fuzzy or shrubby growths or erect branching colonies
Freshwater colonies may form moss-like colonies on stems of plants or on rocks

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What do the aquatic animals do in Bryozoa?

often encrust hard surfaces
Most are sessile, some slide slowly, and others crawl actively across surfaces

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What are the colony members called in Bryozoa- Phylum Ectoprocta and how to they feed

colony members are called zooids
feed by extending lophophores into surrounding water to collect tiny particles
also secrete exoskeleton in which they live in called zoecium

19

What is:
may be gelatinous, chitinous, or stiffened with calcium and possibly impregnated with sand that can be boxlike, vaselike, oval, or tubular in shape

Zoecium

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Zooids pop up to feed but any disturbance they go into a trapdoor called

operculum

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The lophophore is extended and tentacles spread out into a funnel when needing to ___

feed

22

Digestion begins extracellularly in ___ and is completed in ____

in the stomach and completed intracellularly in the intestine in a complete gut system.

23

How do you differentiate a colonial cnidarian (coral) from a colonial bryozoa?

-Cilia on tentacles of bryozoa.
-Gastrovascular cavity continuous between coral polyps while in some bryozoa through coelomic fluid connections.
-Complete gut in byrozoa. Incomplete in coral.

24

Ectoprocta can have non feeding members called

heterozooids

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Aviculariums are modified

zooids that resemble bird beaks and can snap at small invading organisms that approach the colony

26

Vibraculum

have long bristles that sweep away foreign particles

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Ectoprocts are mostly hermaphroditic (monoecious) and brood their eggs

brood their eggs

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where does brooding occur?

within the coelom and some have an external chamber

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embryos proliferate asexually from the initial embryo in a process called

polyembryony

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Larva of _____ have a functional gut and swim for a few months before settling.

nonbrooding species

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Larva of ______ do not feed and settle after a brief free-swimming existence.

brooding species

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In Ectoprocta new colonies begin from a single metamorphosed primary zooid, called an

ancestrula

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Ancestrula undergoes_____ to produce many zooids of a colony

asexual budding

34

Freshwater ectoprocts undergo budding that produces ____ which are hard, resistant capsules containing a mass of germinative cells.

Statoblasts

35

When do statoblasts

occur in the summer and fall that eventually give rise to zooids and later forming new colonies

36

What phylum is also known as ribbon worms?

Phylum Nemertea

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What is a unique characteristic of the Phylum Nemertea

Eversible proboscis lies in free cavity (rhynchocoel) above alimentary canal

38

Which phylum:
Simplest animal with blood vascular system
Adult has anus, complete digestive system

Phylum Nemertea

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Nemerteans Feeding+Digestion

Some species detect prey when physically near and use ____ hiding in a cavity called the ____ to seize

use proboscis
called the rhynchocoel

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Nemerteans:
Adult has an anus, producing a

complete digestive system

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What has true circulatory system and blood flow is irregular due to contraction of vessels and general body movements

Nemerteans

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Flame bulb ____ associated with circulatory system to achieve true excretory role of removing wastes

protonephridia