Match the organisms with their descriptions. ______ echinoderms a. stinging cells in tentacles. ______ sponges b. simplest organ systems ______ cnidarians c. no tissues, filters out food ______ flatworms d. jointed exoskeleton ______ roundworms e. mantle over body mass ______ annelids f. segmented worms ______ arthropods g. spiny skinned deuterostomes ______ molluscs h. complete gut, pseudocoelom

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Chapter 24, Problem 15SQ
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Match the organisms with their descriptions.

______ echinoderms a. stinging cells in tentacles.
______ sponges b. simplest organ systems
______ cnidarians c. no tissues, filters out food
______ flatworms d. jointed exoskeleton
______ roundworms e. mantle over body mass
______ annelids f. segmented worms
______ arthropods g. spiny skinned deuterostomes
______ molluscs h. complete gut, pseudocoelom

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