Sponges

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Published on December 10, 2008

Author: cldrumm

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Overview of sponge morphology.

Figure 33.2 Sponges

Sponges (Phylum Porifera) the simplest of all animals

Sponges (Phylum Porifera)

the simplest of all animals

Sponges (Phylum Porifera) the simplest of all animals They have no organs of any kind

Sponges (Phylum Porifera)

the simplest of all animals

They have no organs of any kind

Sponges (Phylum Porifera) the simplest of all animals They have no organs of any kind They have no senses

Sponges (Phylum Porifera)

the simplest of all animals

They have no organs of any kind

They have no senses

Sponges (Phylum Porifera) the simplest of all animals They have no organs of any kind They have no senses So, what makes them an animal?

Sponges (Phylum Porifera)

the simplest of all animals

They have no organs of any kind

They have no senses

So, what makes them an animal?

Sponges are animals because:

Sponges are animals because:

Sponges are animals because: they’re multicellular

Sponges are animals because:

they’re multicellular

Sponges are animals because: they’re multicellular their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s

Sponges are animals because:

they’re multicellular

their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s

Sponges are animals because: they’re multicellular their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s their cells have no cell walls

Sponges are animals because:

they’re multicellular

their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s

their cells have no cell walls

Sponges are animals because: they’re multicellular their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s their cells have no cell walls they’re heterotrophic

Sponges are animals because:

they’re multicellular

their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s

their cells have no cell walls

they’re heterotrophic

Sponges are animals because: they’re multicellular their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s their cells have no cell walls they’re heterotrophic their larvae are motile

Sponges are animals because:

they’re multicellular

their cells are differentiated and have specialized function s

their cells have no cell walls

they’re heterotrophic

their larvae are motile

Figure 33.3 Anatomy of a sponge

 

Sponges are filter feeders:

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores small particles get caught in collar cells

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

small particles get caught in collar cells

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores small particles get caught in collar cells special amoebocytes engulf particles

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

small particles get caught in collar cells

special amoebocytes engulf particles

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores small particles get caught in collar cells special amoebocytes engulf particles amoebocytes are a link to the sponge protist ancestry

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

small particles get caught in collar cells

special amoebocytes engulf particles

amoebocytes are a link to the sponge protist ancestry

Sponges are filter feeders: makes sense for a sessile organism collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores small particles get caught in collar cells special amoebocytes engulf particles amoebocytes are a link to the sponge protist ancestry also aid in reproduction and creating spicules

Sponges are filter feeders:

makes sense for a sessile organism

collar cells have flagella that create a current which draws water through the pores

small particles get caught in collar cells

special amoebocytes engulf particles

amoebocytes are a link to the sponge protist ancestry

also aid in reproduction and creating spicules

http://www.pbs.org/kcet/shapeoflife/episodes/origins_explo1.html

Sponge Spicules

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton small, structures that come in a variety of shapes

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

small, structures that come in a variety of shapes

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton small, structures that come in a variety of shapes often needle-like

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

small, structures that come in a variety of shapes

often needle-like

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton small, structures that come in a variety of shapes often needle-like located between cell layers

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

small, structures that come in a variety of shapes

often needle-like

located between cell layers

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton small, structures that come in a variety of shapes often needle-like located between cell layers form a hard support system for the sponge’s body

Spicules are like a sponge’s skeleton

small, structures that come in a variety of shapes

often needle-like

located between cell layers

form a hard support system for the sponge’s body

 

Sponge reproduction

Sponge reproduction asexual

Sponge reproduction asexual sexual

Sponge reproduction asexual sexual budding

budding

Sponge reproduction asexual sexual budding amazing powers of regeneration

budding

amazing powers of regeneration

Sponge reproduction asexual sexual budding amazing powers of regeneration hermaphrodites

budding

amazing powers of regeneration

hermaphrodites

Sponge reproduction asexual sexual budding amazing powers of regeneration hermaphrodites fertilization mostly internal

budding

amazing powers of regeneration

hermaphrodites

fertilization mostly internal

Sponges were likely the first true animal on planet Earth.

http://www.pbs.org/kcet/shapeoflife/episodes/origins_explo2.html

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