Box starfish has pentaradial symmetry.
Adult echinoderms, of which starfish is one, have radial symmetry.
A starfish has radial symmetry
Starfish are radially symmetrical animals. Radial symmetry is a type of symmetry that a central axis. Radial symmetry is also found in flowering plants.
starfish?Starfish actually have bilateral symmetry (they are a tricky one).Sea urchins, however, have radial symmetry.
a starfish has a rotational symmetry because it rotates back to itself 90 degrees which is 1/4 of a turn.
Penta= five, Radial= liner As starfish has five corner or lines so its symmetry is called pentaradial symmetry.
echinoderms like starfish have radial symmetry as adults... all its arms join in it's middle, in a shape of a star
Starfish tend to have pentamerous radial symmetry. In other words, the typical starfish has five lines of symmetry throughout their body. Some species have more lines because they have more arms.
radial symmentry starfish They have Bilateral symmetry as a larvae but as they mature they get secondary symmetry. Starfish with five arms have pentaradial symmetry and sea cucumbers and ect. have radial symmetry
A starfish has rotational an line symmetry
5 lines of symmetry
Some of them do.
pentaradial symmetry ;)
Bilateral symmetry, meaning left and right are the same. Other kinds are radial symmetry (round, like starfish or jellyfish) and asymmetry (none at all, like an amorphous amoeba). ^^
Radial symmetry is a particular kind of symmetry in which an object takes on a similar form in any direction outward from the center (like a circle, which is the most perfect radially symmetrical form). Another form of symmetry is bilateral symmetry, meaning that is a two sided symmetry, in which a left side resembles a right side; this is the kind that human bodies have. In comparison, starfish have radial symmetry.
A starfish or a jellyfish.