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The gametes in sponges develop from

A. amoebocytes

B. archeocytes

C. choanocytes

D. myocytes

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  1. Sponges with a skeleton of calcium carbonate belongs to the class
  2. Which one of the following is a flagellated larva of Leucosolenia ?
  3. The commercial bath sponge belongs to
  4. What is Euplectella commonly called ?
  5. One of the internal buds of porifera aris- j ing asexually and coming into activity on I death of parent…
  6. Sycon belongs to the class
  7. Animals of phylum porifera are characterised by
  8. Canal system in Leucosolenia is
  9. Exogenous budding, a type of asexual reproduction in sponges is known as
  10. The spongocoel is lined by choanocytes in
  11. Sponges belong to the phylum
  12. Ostia are meant to
  13. Sponges capture their food by
  14. Phylogenetically, the sponges have evolved from
  15. The pathway of entring and coming out of water of sponges is
  16. The skeleton of sponges is mostly composed of
  17. Which of the following is given as a gift in Japan?
  18. One of the characteristic features of the sponges is the presence of
  19. The commercial bath sponge is made up of
  20. Which is not a larva of sponge?
  21. Difference between a sponge and a metazoan is that sponge do not contain
  22. Cells that aid in locomotion of a sponge are
  23. Which of the following statements is true of sponges ?
  24. The gametes in sponges develop from
  25. A chamber which is common in different types of canal system:
  26. If a carmine particle is put on the os~ culum of a living sponge, it will
  27. The phylum porifera contains most primitive of multicellular animals called
  28. Canal system is characteristic of
  29. The most common composition of skeleton in sponges is :
  30. Sponges capture their food by