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Defining Features of Animal and Plant Phylums

Defining Features of Animal and Plant Phylums

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Published by: Thomas Sturges-Allard on Nov 29, 2008
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Defining Features of Animal and Plant Phylums
Animalia - Chordata
Hollow nerve chord running dorsally
Gill clefts in the pharynx (at some point in their life history)
Notochord (at some point in their life history)
Animalia - Echinodermata
Bilaterally symmetrical as larvae but show five-rayed symmetry asadults
Calcareous endoskeleton
Water vascular system
Animalia - Mollusca
Usually unsegmented
Animalia - Anthropoda
Segmentented
Invertebrate
Thickened chitinous cuticle forming a exoskeleton
Animalia - Annelidia
Segmented
Soft, elongated body
Muscular body wall
Blood system
Nervous system
Animalia – Nematoda
Slender 
Unsegmented
Circular (in a cross section)
 
Animalia – Platyhelminthes
Dorsoventrally flattened
Bilaterally symmetrical
Epidermis and gut separated by a solid mass of tissue
Animalia – Cnidaria
Only one opening to the gut
Radially symmetricalThomas Sturges Allard A2 Level BiologyBishop Ramsey 6
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