Ch. 29 review - Ch 29 The Animal Kingdom The Coelomate...

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Ch. 29 The Animal Kingdom: The Coelomate Protostomes Mites such as Demodex 'follicularum and D. brevis live in our hair follicles and sebaceous glands of the face as microectoparasites. They feed on skin cells much like the common house mite Dermatophagoides, which lives in our carpets, in our beds, and our pillows feeding on the 40 pounds of dead skin cells that we shed each year. 1. P. Platyhelminthes—what are its characteristics and classes (Table 29-1) 2. C. Turbellaria—how does it feed, obtain gases, excrete 3. C. Trematoda and Monogenea—please know life cycle of blood fluke (schistosome) fig.  29-2 4. C. Cestoda—what is the body plan, how does it feed, know life cycle (fig. 29-4) 5. Regarding P. Nemertea—what is the common name, what is unique about the body plan, how do they feed? 6. What are the general characteristics of P. Mollusca (note radula exception)? page 554 7. What are metanephridia? Know Table 29-2 (for quiz be able to match class with organism)
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course BIOL 111 taught by Professor Hernandez during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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Ch. 29 review - Ch 29 The Animal Kingdom The Coelomate...

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