Class Hydrozoa - HYDRA & HYDRA REPRODUCTION

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under the phylum: Cnidaria

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What body form do they possess?

only a polyp

How do they reproduce asexually? sexually?

asexually- by budding
sexually- have male and females sex organs

Why are they especially interesting to biologists?

their regenerative ability

Where are they found?

Native to temp and tropical regions

What habitat are they found in?

freshwater

What is their diet?

aquatic invertebrates

A. gastrovascular cavity
B. gastrodermis
C. epidermis
D. mesoglea
E. tentacles, mouth
F. basal disc

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what type of hydra reproduction is this? What class and phylum?

budding (asexual reproduction)
class: Hydrozoa
phylum: Cnidaria

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What type of hydra reproduction is this? What class and phylum?

Testes (Sexual Reproduction)
class: Hydrozoa
phylum: Cnidaria

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What type of hydra reproduction is this? What class and phylum?

Ovary (Sexual Reproduction)
class: Hydrozoa
phylum: Cnidaria

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