Nature's Suction Cups?

Unit 11: Invertebrates
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: By observing echinoderm behavior and compare and contrasting echinoderm anatomy, student evaluate how the water-vascular system and tube feet are adaptations that enable them to be successful.

Big Idea: Even though certain living organisms can have similar specialized organs, there can still be a great deal of diversity within the phylum.

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Science, Developing and Using Models, Systems and System Models, Echinoderms, Embryonic Development, Echinoderms, Embryonic Development
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