Animal Diversity

Can you name the answers to the following questions?

Bilateral Symmetry
Upper part (back) 
Lower part (front) 
Front end 
Back end 
Subkingdoms of Animalia
True tissues organized in germ layers 
No true tissues: Sponges (Ponifera) 
Shows bilateral symmetry 
Shows radial symmetry: jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones (Cnidaria), and comb jellies (Ctenophora) 
No body cavity or digestive tract: flatworms (Platyhelminthes) 
Body cavity lined by mesoderm 
False body cavity not lined by mesoderm: Rotifers (Rotifera) and roundworms (Nematoda) 
Protosome Characteristics
Eight-cell stage 
Coelom Formation 
Blastopore Development 
Deuterosome Characteristics
Eight-cell stage 
Coelom Formation 
Blastopore Development 

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