What is the common body structure of echinoderms?

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

There are many !

Echinoderms (starfish, brittle star, sea urchin, feather star, sea cucumber)


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Echinoderms have a skeleton composed of numerous plates of mineral calcium carbonate (calcite). Part of the body cavity, or coelom, is a water-vascular system, consisting of fluid-filled vessels that are pushed out from the body surface as tube feet, papillae, and other structures that are used in locomotion, feeding, respiration, and sensory perception. The conspicuous five-rayed, or pentamerous, radial symmetry of living echinoderms tends to obliterate their fundamental bilateral symmetry. And starfish is one of those common structure of an echinodermis.

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