Science Quiz / Animal Diversity

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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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