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ctenophora..can eat cnidariacytes in order to get the nemocytes


Ctenophora do not have specific organs for breathing. They use their entire body's surface for gas exchange through simple diffusion



you have to write essays on them and it does your head in!!


Cnidarians are acoelomates... along with Porifera, Ctenophora, and Platyhementhes.


porifera protozoa cnidaria ctenophora plathyelminthes


A beroe is a small, oval transparent jellyfish, belonging to the order Ctenophora.


Lower phyla in the animal kingdom such as Cnidarians, Porifera, and Ctenophora.


ctenophora are often found around piers. A good place to look would be the nearby sailboat marina if on the coasts. Are only marine (seawater). Not found in lakes, rivers, etc. If you see jellyfish ctenophores may be nearby


No, they have none. Organisms in phylum Ctenophora don't have them and comb jellies are in that phylum.


Ctenophores, variously known as comb jellies, sea gooseberries. etc


Cnidaria (Jellyfish) & Ctenophora (Comb Jellies)


Arthropoda, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Cnidaria, Porifera, Annelida, Ctenophora and Brachiopoda.


Mertensia ovum is not in any class of vertebrate, it is a comb jelly in the phylum Ctenophora.


its a maybe because people cold prove that its really extinct or people got killed while investigeting


Ferdinand Pax has written: 'Die Anthozoenfauna der Adria' -- subject(s): Anthozoa, Ctenophora


Most are omnivorous. In the polyp stage, they eat free floating marine organisms (plankton), any single cell or small multi-cellular plants and animals, algae, eggs, and juvenile larvae. As adults, most diet on eggs, planulae, small crustaceans, small fish, other jellies, and Ctenophora.


Due to their similarities, it was originally considered that both comb jellies and cnidarians went in the Phylum Coelenterata. However, these days, comb jellies are considered as Phylum Ctenophora and cnidarians as a separate phylum Phylum Cnidaria. Cnidaria includes box jellies, jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones and corals.


The animal kingdom is divided into five groups for classification purposes. They are called Ctenophora, Porifera, Placozoa, Cnidaria, and Bilateria.


Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Animalia Subkingdom: Eumetazoa (unranked): Radiata Phylum: Ctenophora Classes: Tentaculata, Nuda


Coelenterata is an obsolete term for the two phylums Cnidaria and Ctenophora - but it is no longer considered scientifically valid. The term is still occasionally used informally.


Joseph Reay Greene has written: 'A manual of the sub-kingdom Coelenterata' -- subject(s): Cnidaria, Ctenophora


The jellyfish and polyps, which have bell-shaped bodies, are now classified as members of Ctenophora. They and the comb jellies used to comprise Coelenterata.


The most basal group in the animal kingdom is said to be ctenophora. They live in marine waters and are commonly referred to as comb jellies.


The term coelenterate ( pronounced as "silentarete") is no longer recognized as scientifically valid, as the Cnidaria and Ctenophora are placed at equal rank under the Metazoa with the other phyla of animals. Cnidaria means "to sting" A single term encompassing these two phyla but leaving out all others of equal rank would be considered paraphyletic. Nonetheless, the term coelenterate is still used in informal settings to refer to the Cnidaria and Ctenophora.



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