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Bio 2 Lab- Animal Diversity (Phylum Nematoda)

Bio 2 Lab- Animal Diversity (Phylum Nematoda) - Term...

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Term: Nematoda Definition: "round worms" psuedocoelomate live in all habitats most are free-living, but a small group are parasitic Term: muscles Definition: only longitudinal muscles! 4 hypodermal chords Term: cuticle Definition: is molted Term: excretory system Definition: "renette" made of gland cells and canals lacke protonephridia
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Term: digestion Definition: complete Term: males Definition: smaller, have a hook at end Term: females Definition: larger, tail does not hook at end Term: exhibit eutely Definition: exact number of cells in species
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Term: pathogens of humans (Ascaris) Definition: eggs are in feces of host when host swallows embryonated
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