Physalia Class Scyphozoa Movement: Solitary (live by themselves, but MOVE quiet a bit) Body form: Medusa form (most) Where do they live? All marine/salt-water
Organs? Sensory organs found on the ridge of the umbrella Examples: Cassiopeia, Aurelia Aurelia Cassiopeia Class Cubozoa Movement:
Solitary (live by themselves but MOVE quite a bit) Body form: Medusa form (most) Where do they live? All marine/salt-water Characteristics? Umbrella is more square in shape Examples: Tripedalia, Carybdea
Carybdea Chiropsalmus Class Anthozoa Movement: Solitary (individual)or colonial (group); tentacles move some (but animals are fixed to a
spot, usually) Body form: all polyps (no medusas!) Where do they live? All marine/salt-water Examples: Exist in three subclasses Hexacorallia
Ceriantipatharia Octocorallia Sponges and Cnidarians in Biosphere Human Uses
Bioindicators: provide info about the environment/oceans/water bodies Sponges Filter water Pollutants are concentrated in collar cells Corals: sensitive to water pollution (loose
coloration) Sponges and Cnidarians in Biosphere Biomedical/Pharmaceutical industry 1. New antibiotics
2. Anticancer compound found in small % of sponges Consumer products 1. Natural sponges (bathing) 2. Spicules used in clay to strengthen ceramic pots, etc Sponges and Cnidarians in Biosphere
In the Environment Form of food, camouflage and protection for other animals Many symbiotic relationships Corals and Sponges The most abundant animal in most reefs
Base of most aquatic food chains May be used as camouflage Ex: Crab species place sponges on their backs for protection Sponges and Cnidarians in Biosphere Other relationships
Cnidarians with dinoflagellates(protists) Form reefs when this relationship occurs Homes for other organisms Shrimp, clown fish and eels use sponges as homes Coral reefs provide protection
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