Question

What is phylum-coelenterate?

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Anatomy of Non-chordates

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: A human disease known as vitamin D–resistant rickets isinherited as an X-linked dominant trait. If a...

A: Sex determination is the process by which an individual develops into a female or a male. The chromo...

Q: Xg is an antigen found on red blood cells. This antigen is caused by an Xlinked allele (Xa) that is ...

A: X linked alleles are those alleles which are present on the X chromosome. They have distinctive inhe...

Q: How is the mesoderm(third germ layer) oftriploblastic animals formed?

A: The germ layers develop early in embryonic life, through the process of gastrulation. Triploblastic ...

Q: Discuss the down syndromr? Give its symptoms and cause?

A: Genetic disorder is caused due to genetic abnormalities. Down syndrome is a genetic disorder which v...

Q: Iodine has 37 known isotopes.  Therefore, the atomic mass has a range of 108-144 amu. Which of the f...

A: Iodine is a trace element that is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and available as...

Q: A virus associated with chronic liver infection and cancer isa. hepatitis C b. hepatitis B c. hepati...

A: Hepatitis viruses are those viruses which primarily attack the liver. There are various types of hep...

Q: Which group has shows alternation of generations life cycle?   Question 23 options:   ...

A: Alternation of generations can be defined as the alternation of multicellular diploid and haploid fo...

Q: Congratulations! You have just secured a great job in a pharmaceutical company. You are doing an ex...

A: An enzyme is a substance that acts as a catalyst in living organisms, regulating the rate at which c...

Q: What are the names of the seven functional groups found in organic molecules? Underline the two that...

A: Organic molecules are the molecules with vast or large and complex chemical structures. These are pr...

Q: How is the body of gastropods divided?

A: The gastropods belong to the large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca calle...

Q: Describe the origin and early evolution ofmammals.

A: Vertebrates have spinal cord which remain surrounded by bone or cartilage. Reptiles, birds, fish, am...

Q: Many beautiful varieties of roses have been produced, particularlyin the last few decades. These new...

A: Horticulture basically refers to the agriculture of food, materials, comfort, and beauty for decorat...

Q: Which pathway produces the most ATP molecules?a. lactic acid fermentationb. the Krebs cyclec. the el...

A: The ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production is vital for the functioning of the various systems and ...

Q: Describe the structure and function of a bacterialflagellum

A: Flagella are appendages that protrude from the surface of bacterial cells. The number and arrangemen...

Q: How long is an adult's small intestine?

A: The alimentary canal is a passage through which the food we engulf passes during digestion. It runs ...

Q: What is the difference between tracrRNA and crRNA?

A: CRISPR/Cas system is a revolutionary technology that provides insights into the development of an en...

Q: a) In Drosophila, crosses between F1 heterozygotes of the form A b/a B always yield the same ratio o...

A: Since you have asked multiple questions, we will solve the first question for you. If you want any s...

Q: Give an example of a cytolytic exotoxin and a superantigenexotoxin, as well as the bacteria that pro...

A: Various microbial species are known to contaminate food and beverages and cause infections in the fo...

Q: In DNA replication, what is the primer composed of and whyare there leading and lagging strands?

A: DNA replication is a biological process that results in formation of exact copies of DNA which is tr...

Q: In prophase II of meiosis, each daughter cell is _____. A) diploid, and the chromosomes are each com...

A: Actively divided cells go to the series of stages referred to as cell cycle. It is divided into four...

Q: What is labelled diagram of Dranunculus medinensis

A: Dracunculus medinensis is also known as Guinea worm which is a nematode that causes dracunculiasis, ...

Q: Biology Question

A: Blood vessels are the components of circulatory system. Blood vessels are the tubes through which th...

Q: Which phase of mitosis would the nuclear envelope reform?   Question 4 options:   meta...

A: Mitosis is a process of cell division in which a parent cell divides into two daughter cells. In thi...

Q: Which phase of the cell cycle would the cell prepare for division?   Question 13 options:   ...

A: Cell cycle is of two types. Mitosis and meiosis. In mitosis a cell divides into two cells. In meiosi...

Q: A key difference between the nucleotides found in DNA andthose in RNA is thata. DNA has phosphate, b...

A: Deoxy ribonucleic acid (DNA) is he genetioc material of most organisms, while ribonucleic acid (RNA)...

Q: QUESTION 6 Relative to an ectotherm, advantages (A) and disadvantages (D) for being an endothern ind...

A: Thermoregulation is an important aspect of regulating homeostasis. It involves the regulation of int...

Q: . Explain how Mendelian genetics is compatible with the fact that many traits, such as human height ...

A: Introduction: According to Mendelian genetics, for any given trait in the offspring, genes from both...

Q: Using figure  (reproduced below) as a guide, explain theprocesses occurring between Salmonella (pink...

A: Bacteria are microorganism that most commonly occur in the soil, air, water and in adverse condition...

Q: Which checkpoint does the cell check for nutrients, growth factors, and DNA damage?   Question 9 o...

A: Cell division is a natural process in which a parent cell divides into two daughter cells. Cell cycl...

Q: Which part of the leaf contains the most chlorophyll?   Question 38 options:   epiderm...

A: All living things including plants need food to live. This food is used to make energy and to make n...

Q: What is a Nucleoid made of?

A: A nucleoid is found inside a prokaryotic cell. Prokaryotes are a microscopic unicellular organism th...

Q: How does the nervoussystem get information aboutthe external environment, theorgans and the tissues?

A: The nervous system of an organism is quite complex network that is responsible for coordinating info...

Q: Pick any example of a genetic technology and describe how it hasdirectly affected your life

A: Genetic technology has many applications in our daily life. There are many procedures that are used ...

Q: Explain Twin studies of quantitative complex traits?

A: Twin studies are usually done in human genetic studies to understand the inheritance of quantitative...

Q: The percentage of naturally occurring elements making up the human body  (Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, ...

A: Organisms are composed of many natural elements called the essential elements of living a healthy li...

Q: What is the difference between prezygotic and postzygotic reproductiveisolating mechanisms? List som...

A: Reproductive isolation is an evolutionary adaptation to avoid the mating between two species. The is...

Q: Goal 3 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals is to ‘ensure healthy lives and promote w...

A: 5 Strategies to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing all. 1) COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICE...

Q: What is shape of lens during near vision and distinct vision.

A: The biconvex transparent structure in the eye is the lens. It facilitates the refraction of light to...

Q: Name the neurotransmitter that conducts nerve impulse through synapse.

A: Neurotransmitters are signalling molecules that act on receptors of postsynaptic neurons. Neurons ar...

Q: Define genomic imprinting.

A: Genes are the basic structural and functional unit of heredity. They carry coded genetic information...

Q: Which nerve projects to the hypothalamus to indicatethe level of light stimuli in the retina?a. glos...

A: The nervous system consists of neural tissues. Neurons, also known as nerve cells are the fundamenta...

Q: What is the essential condition for a protein to be identical to another protein?

A: Proteins are one of the most important macronutrients for our bodies. It is composed of various amin...

Q: What are some ethical and biological considerations when usingtransgenic animals to manufacture vari...

A: Biotechnology can be defined as the practice of using living organisms such as animals, plants, micr...

Q: B. In Minx cats, the alleles TT yield a cat with a normal tail, the heterozygous alleles Tt yield a ...

A: The homozygous dominant (TT) Minx cats have a normal tail whereas heterozygous (Tt) Minx cats have a...

Q: A researcher sequenced a portion of a bacterial gene and obtainedthe following sequence, beginning w...

A: Bacteria are the prokaryotic microorganisms having different shapes and sizes. Bacteria are among th...

Q: What structural feature do hemoglobin,c c, chlorophyll have in common?

A: Cytochrome C, hemoglobin, and chlorophyll are biological molecules that take part in different metab...

Q: What causes SNPs?

A: SNPs are the single nucleotide polymorphisms present in the genome of an organism. Genome refers to ...

Q: Give the dihybrid ratio. Name and state the law which explain the same.

A: Genetics is the branch of Biology dealing with the study of genes including their structure, functio...

Q: Use a chi-square test to evaluate the fit of the observed numbers of progeny to the number expected ...

A: Chi-square test is one of the evaluative tests done to check the validity of a hypotheses. The hypot...

Q: Which type of mutation in telomerase is associated with cancer cells?a. Mutations that produce an in...

A: Telomerase is a ribonucleoprotein that functions to maintain the length of the chromosome ends. It i...