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By: Kevin Jackman
By: Kevin Jackman - presentation

ellena-man

Sea anemone. Sea @nemone origin. The sea anemone has many different types of its kind. The scientific name for the crimson anemone is . Cribrinopsis. . Fernaldi. This type of color of the anemone can range from red to pale yellow to white..

Phylum
Phylum - presentation

pamella-mo

Cnidaria. Chapter 13. Characteristics of Phylum . Cnidaria. Cnidocytes. present that house stinging organelles called nematocysts. Entirely aquatic (mostly marine). Radial symmetry or . biradial. symmetry.

Hydra project
Hydra project - presentation

marina-yar

By: . Theo . Saigh. , Quinn Rogers, Abigail . S. homper, and Ruth Christopher. . Morphology. Hydras have tube-like body up to 10 mm with a foot at the end. . At . the free end of the body there is a mouth surrounded by 1-12 tentacles.

The colossal
The colossal - presentation

calandra-b

Squid . (. Mesonychoteuthis. . hamiltoni. ). The colossal squid (. Mesonychoteuthis. . hamiltoni. , from Greek . mesos. (middle), . onyx. (claw, nail), and . teuthis. (squid)), sometimes called the Antarctic or giant .

Jellyfish
Jellyfish - presentation

natalia-si

By Lillianne 17. Background . Scientist say . jellyfish. have survived for 165 million. . years. There are. over 2000 species of. jellyfish. They . do not have bones,. blood, brain, or a heart b.

Phylum Porifera
Phylum Porifera - presentation

marina-yar

(pore bearers). pages 664 to 667. Sponges. YouTube - The wonderful world of the sea sponges- The Abyss- BBc Wildlife. Sponges. Scuba sponge. Glass sponge. Variety. Unidentified sponge. Phylum Porifera.

Colossal squid
Colossal squid - presentation

pamella-mo

By: Forrest Palmore. Classifications. Domain: Eukarya. Kingdom: Animalia. Phylum: Mollusca. Class: . Cephalopada. Order: . Teuthida. Genus: . Architeuthis. Species: . Architeuthis. . dux. Other names: .

Sea Anemones
Sea Anemones - presentation

conchita-m

by Deep Patel . Taxonomy. Kingdom: . Animalia. Phylum: . Cnidaria. . Class: . Anthozoa. Subclass: . Hexacorallia. Order: . Actiniaria. Scientific Name:. . Anemonia. . sulcata. . Overview. Predatory sea-dwelling animals.

Meateating flowers Named after flowers found on land s
Meateating flowers Named after flowers found on land s - pdf

marina-yar

These tentacles are packed with the same stinging cells as jellyfish and are used to catch their food Dinner time Sea anemones eat small fish and other animals Once captured the food is passed by the tentacles into the sea anemones mouth Any waste c

DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT - pdf

tawny-fly

Reference : Biol. Bull., 153 : 355—368. (October, 1977) AGGRESSIVE FUNCTION AND INDUCED OF CATCH TENTACLES IN THE SEA ANEMONE METRIDIUM SENILE (COELENTERATA, ACTINIARIA) JENNIFER E. PURCELL i FIo/'k

Chaperones
Chaperones - presentation

myesha-tic

Prefoldin. Roger . Bartomeus. Jolita. . Jancyte. Helena Palma. Anna . Perlas. INDEX. INTRODUCTION. Chaperones. Hsp70 System. Chaperonins. PREFOLDIN (PFD). Archaeal. PFD s. tructure. Interactions. Conservation between .

Cnidarians!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cnidarians!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - presentation

mitsue-sta

Jellyfish, Hydroids, Corals, & Sea Anemones. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJUuotjE3u8. Basic Information. Radial symmetry. Contain organisms such as jellyfish, hydroids, corals, and sea anemones.

Cnidaria
Cnidaria - presentation

celsa-spra

Essential Question: What is a cnidarian?. What are cnidarians?. Soft-bodied, carnivorous animals that have stinging tentacles arranged in a circle around their mouths.. Cnidocyte. - stinging cells. Nematocyst-.

Phylum  Cnidaria Phylum
Phylum Cnidaria Phylum - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Cnidaria. Examples:. Sea anemones. Corals. Sea Pen. Sea Fan. Sea Plume. Hydra. Jelly fish. Portuguese Man o’ War. Box . Jelly Fish. General Characteristics. Cnidaria. : nettle like. Simple animals.

Luke   15-21 Luke 15 	 Is the Church a home for saints, or a hospital for sinners
Luke 15-21 Luke 15 Is the Church a home for saints, or a - presentation

ellena-man

?. Lost sheep. 10 pieces of silver. The Prodigal Son. v. 7 “. The heck with the ’99’, go and get the one. !”. A precious promise. !. . There is hope for parents of wayward children.. . .

What is going on in this picture?
What is going on in this picture? - presentation

stefany-ba

(Turn and talk.) . Was the animal in that last slide a crocodile or alligator?. It’s a crocodile!. In nature, organisms live together and long-term relationships. . SYMBIOSIS. is a term used to describe close, long-lasting interactions between two different species. .

Phylum   Coelenterata Dr.
Phylum Coelenterata Dr. - presentation

debby-jeon

Shivani. . Gupta,. PGGCG-11,. Chandigarh. General. . Characters. -The coelenterates are . mainly. . marine. organisms. -Coelenterates can be . classified . two. . basic . body . forms . the polyp (sessile) and the .

Hydra
Hydra - presentation

celsa-spra

. Lesson 17 Notes. I. Basics. Freshwater organism. Multicellular. Tubular. Hydra Swimming. http://. www.youtube.com. /. watch?feature. =. player_detailpage&v. =9MEt0Ot7Pkc. II. Structures. 6 tentacles around mouth.

Jellyfish
Jellyfish - presentation

stefany-ba

What is jellyfish. ?. Jellyfish. or . jellies. are the major non-polyp form of individuals of the phylum Cnidaria. They are typified as free-swimming marine animals consisting of a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles. The bell can pulsate for locomotion, while stinging tentacles can be used to capture prey..

Temptations, part 2
Temptations, part 2 - presentation

sherrill-n

James 1:13-27 & Selected. Pastor Dave Martin, Cross Creek Community Church, July 13, 2014 . Temptations . – an enticement to do wrong… rooted in a lie. Temptation begins in your mind. Temptation begins in your mind.

Squidward Tentacles
Squidward Tentacles - presentation

alexa-sche

By Dylan Thompson. Character Description. Age: Somewhere in his 30’s. Gender: Male. Personality: Grumpy, Hot-tempered, Selfish, Miserable. Occupation: Cashier at the . Krusty. . Krab. Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

Warm Up
Warm Up - presentation

faustina-d

Can you think of examples of relationships where both people/ organisms benefit?. Can you think of examples of relationships where one organism benefits while the other is harmed?. Symbiotic Relationships.

The Inking
The Inking - presentation

natalia-si

By Henry . Meinstereifel. And Nicholas Doan. Once in the depths of the sea,. Lived a convent of squids in harmony.. These .  . cephalopods brandished tentacles in eights, . It was a peaceful time in their city state..

1 Classification
1 Classification - presentation

alida-mead

2. There are . 13 billion. known species of organisms. This is . only 5% of all. organisms that ever lived!!!!!. New organisms. are still being found and identified. Species of Organisms. 3. What is Classification?.

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