Starfish Definitions

Madreporite
Lets Water Into Water Vascular System

Ampulla
Squeeze To Controll Water Entering /Leaving Tube Feet

Tube Feet
extensions of echinoderms water vascular system that stick out from the body and function in movement and obtaining food

Mouth
The Opening On The Oral Surface

Stone Canal
In echinoderms, a short canal that connects the madreporite to the ring canal around the mouth and has Calcium Carbonate

Radial Canal
a structure in echinoderms that runs the length of the arm, is part of the water vascular system

Ambulacral Ridge
a raised structure running length-wise along the middle of a starfish’s arm

Radial Nerve
The Part Of The Nervous System That Is Found Inside

Trivium
The Three Arms Farthest From The Madreporite

Ossicles
Plates That Fuse To Form Skeleton

Skin Gills
Exchange Gases And Get Rid Of Nitrogen Waste

Gonads
Makes Sprem or Eggs

Digestive Glands
Absorbs Nutrients

Eyespots
Senses Light And Dark

Pentaradial
Adult Echinoderms Symentary

Oral Surface
The Surface Where The Mouth Is Located

Pedicellaria
small pincher that helps echinoderms catch food and remove foreign material from the skin.

Aboral Surface
the surface opposite the mouth on an echinoderm

Water Vascular System
system of fluid-filled tubes used by echinoderms in locomotion and feeding and respiration

Cardiac Stomach
starfish can push this stomach outside the body to eat something

Bipinnaria
the larva of starfish

Pentaradial Symentary
A Type Of Radial Symentary,Characteristic In Which Body Parts Are Arranged Along 5 rays Of Symentary

Pyloric Stomach
the “higher” (dorsal) stomach of sea stars and other echinoderms, connects to the pyloric ducts

Nerve Ring
Surrounds The Gut Is Composed Primarily Of Fiber Tracks And Connects The Radial Nerves

Deutrosome
Any of a major group of animals defined by its embryonic development, in which the first opening in the embryo becomes the anus.

Echinoderm
marine invertebrates with tube feet and calcite-covered five-part radially symmetrical bodies

Invertebrate
any animal lacking a backbone or notochord

External Fertilization
process in which eggs are fertilized outside the female’s body

Bile
a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder

Coelom
Fluid Filled Cavity Lined With Tissue

Endoskeleton
the internal skeleton

Radial Symentary
Symmetry around a central axis, as in a starfish

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