2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Vocab ProtistaPoriferaCnidariaRandom Slide 2 Heterotrophic Slide 3 What is an animal that has to gather its own food (consumer)? Slide 4 Saprozoic Slide 5 What is an animal that eats dead organisms? Slide 6 Autotrophic Slide 7 Who is an animal that produces its own food? Slide 8 Rhopalia Slide 9 What is the chemoreceptors in a cnidarian? Slide 10 Lappet Slide 11 What is the touch receptors of a cnidarian? Slide 12 This part of a protozoan secretes the test Slide 13 What is cytoplasm? Slide 14 The phylum of the paramecium Slide 15 What is Ciliophora? Slide 16 Stores food in protozoa Slide 17 What is the food vacuole? Slide 18 Removes excess water from protozoa Slide 19 What is the contractile vacuole? Slide 20 Are protozoa unicellular or multicellular Slide 21 What is unicellular? Slide 22 Make up the skeleton of sponges Slide 23 What are spicules? Slide 24 Another name for choanocyte Slide 25 What is collar cell? Slide 26 This class of sponges has calcium carbonate spicules Slide 27 What is class Calcarea Slide 28 The type of reproduction sponges use Slide 29 What are asexual and sexual? Slide 30 The type of spicules members of Class Demospongiae have Slide 31 What are silica and/or spongin? Slide 32 This massive colony of Jellies cannot swim Slide 33 What is the Portuguese man- of-war? Slide 34 These are used by Cnidarians to sense gravity Slide 35 What are statocyts? Slide 36 This body form is free-swimming Slide 37 What is medusa? Slide 38 This body form is asexual and sessile Slide 39 What is polyp? Slide 40 These detect light in Cnidarians Slide 41 What are ocelli? Slide 42 The largest protozoan phylum Slide 43 What is Sarcomastigophora? Slide 44 African sleeping sickness is caused by a member of genus Slide 45 What is Trypanosoma Slide 46 Jellyfish belong to this phylum Slide 47 What is cnidarians? Slide 48 Corals and sea anemones belong to this class Slide 49 What is anthozoa? Slide 50 This is the simplest type of sponge body form Slide 51 What is ascon?