Results for: Coelenterata

In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is phylum coelenterata?

Phylum coelenterate's are a species of marine life that includesjellyfish, coral and sea anemones'. They are very simple in designwith only two layers of cells and symmetry.
In Zoology or Animal Biology

Characteristics of coelenterata?

Coelenterata is an obsolete term which covered two animal phyla.These phyla were the comb jellies , Ctenophora, and the coralanimals, true jellies, and sea anemones known as t (MORE)
In Animal Life

Types of coelenterata?

There are two other groups Cnidaria and Ctenophora: A.) Cnidaria also known as coelenterates, diverse group of aquatic, invertebrate animals armed with microscopic stinging (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

Another name for coelenterata?

Coelenterata are also known as coelenterates. They belong to the Phylum Cnidaria. Some examples are corals, jellyfish, hydras and sea anemones.
In Animal Life

What do all coelenterata have in common?

Coelenterata, also called Cnidaria, include sea anemones, sea pens, jelly fish, etc. These organisms all have a body cavity, tentacles, simple tissue organization with an exte (MORE)
In Jellyfish

Is a jellyfish a Coelenterata?

No, it's Cnidarian. Cnidarians were for a long time grouped with Ctenophores in thephylum Coelenterata , but increasingawareness of their differences caused them to be place (MORE)