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Acoelomate: flatworms & ribbon worm

Acoelomate: flatworms & ribbon worm - Term Definition...

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Term: Define acoelomate? Definition: Animals lacking gut Term: 2 major acoelomate phyla? Definition: Acoelomorpha-gutless worms & Platyhelminthes-flatworms Term: Distinguishing characteristics of Platyhelminthes (5)? Definition: Cephalization, triploblastic, dorsoventrally flat, tissue-organ, acoelomate Term: Discuss ecological relationship in flatworms? Definition: Classes Trematoda, Monogenea, & Cestoda are parasitic; Turbellaria are all free living Term: Define monoecious & hermaphroditic? Definition: In biology, a hermaphrodite is an organism that has reproductive organs normally associated with both male and female sexes.
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Term: Epidermis & musculature of flatworms? Definition: Ciliated epidermis Term: Attachment in flatworms? Definition: Dual-gland adhesive organs Term: Which 3 classes of flatworms have tegument? Definition: Trematoda, Monogenea, Cestoda Term: Type of muscles in flatworms? Definition: Circular & longitudinal (more developed) Term: What is a pharynx in Turbellaria?
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