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Asked in Animal Life, Cnidarians, Flatworms
What are two characteristics of flatworms that make them different from cnidarians?
Two characteristics of flatworms that make them different from cnidarians are that flatworms have a more advanced digestive system and they are flat so they can absorb oxygen faster. Cnidaria has their digestion in the gastrovascular cavity while flatworms have enzymes digest food outside of their bodies. ...
How are flatworms more complex than cnidarians?
flat worms are: triploblastic (cnidarians are diploblastic) flat worms are: muscle tissue i believe (cnidarians just have simple nerves) flatworms have specialized sense organs [auricles] (again cnidarians just have simple nerves) there's a lot more.... but i cant remember it all ...
Asked in Cnidarians
What does not belong to the phylum cnidaria jellyfish flatworm sea anemones corals?
Flatworms don't belong to cnidarians .They belong to Platyhelminthis . All others are cnidarians . ...
Asked in Animal Life, Animal Behavior, Cnidarians
What are the main characteristics of sponges cnidarians and worms?
Sponges are invertebrate animals that usually have no body symmetry and never have tissues or organs. Cnidarians use stinging cells to capture food and defend themselves. Flatworms are flat and as soft as jelly. Unlike cnidarians or flatworms, roundworms have a digestive system that is like a tube, open at both ends. Earthworms and other segmented worms have bodies made up of many linked sections called segments. ...
Asked in Invertebrates
What are the animals that are invertebrates without jointed legs?
These animals are not like Arthropods and they are: Sponges Molluscs Flatworms Round Worms Echinoderms Cnidarians Annelids ...
Asked in Arthropods
How do sponges mollusks cnidarians and worms fit into the arthropod category?
They don't. Sponges (porifera), mollusks, cnidarians, and arthropods are separate phyla. "Worm" is a rather vague term that is typically used to describe three different phyla: Anellida (segmented worms), Nematoda (round worms), and Platyhelminthes (flatworms). ...