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    The Invertebrates: Animals without Backbones Help

    Introduction to The Invertebrates: Animals without Backbones All animals are labeled as heterotrophs, in that they must eat other organisms or organic matter to obtain energy for their survival. Also, all animals are eukaryotes, because their ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Body Cavities in the Bilateria Help

    Introduction to Body Cavities in Bilateria Remember that the bilateria are eumetazoans with true body tissues, as well as mature bodies that have the form of bilateral symmetry. These mature bodies grow from embryos having all three germ ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    The Mollusks Help

    Introduction to The Mollusks Closely related to the segmented worms is another group of coelomates, the mollusks ( MAHL -usks). This phylum of mollusks consists of a huge number of more than 100,000 different species ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Echinoderms Help

    Introduction to Echinoderms Bivalves have bilateral (mirror-image) symmetry, while adult starfish possess radial symmetry. Various species of starfish, along with the sea urchins ( UR -chins), belong to a phylum of ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Invertebrates Respond to “Breaking Symmetry” of Their Body Form Help

    Introduction to Invertebrates Respond to "Breaking Symmetry" of Their Body Form Symmetry, a rough balance in the shape and size of the body parts within an organism, is an important example of one kind of Biological Order. Thus, the ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Invertebrates Practice Test

    If necessary, review: Invertebrates Help Bilateral and Radial ...

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    Biology Symmetry Help

    Orderly Patterns Of Body Form Within Invertebrates Besides lacking a backbone or vertebral column, the invertebrates display other orderly patterns of body form. One fundamental pattern is symmetry ( SIM -et-ree). The ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Embryo Germ Layers Help

    Presence Of Germ Layers Within The Embryo In sponges (the parazoans), there are no tissues, so the embryo does not form cell layers during its body development. In all animals except sponges, however, there are two or more germ layers ...

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