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Members of Phylum Platyhelminthes are collectively known as what?
All flukes must pass through what kind of intermediate host during their lifecycles?
Tapeworms are members of which Platyhelminthes Class?
Planarians are members of which Platyhelminthes Class?
Ribbon worms, though similar to flatworms, have their own Phylum. What is it called?
Members of Phylum Nematoda are collectively known as what?
What kind of body plan do all Nematodes possess?
What is Eutely?
Eutely is when every member of a particular species contains the exact number of cells in their body (this is very rare)
Protostomes – form the mouth before the anus
Deuterostomes – form the anus before the mouth
Only deuterostomes on earth are echinoderms & chordates
Describe the Ascaris lifecycle using only 4 or 5 steps
Members of Phylum Annelida are collectively known as what?
What is the name for the thin, internal divisions between metameres in Annelids?
Septa (Septum is singular)
Which Annelid class contains organisms such as tubeworms, fireworms, sandworms, and lugworms?
Which Annelid class contains the leeches?
What is the difference between parapodia and setae
Parapodia are the fleshy, leg-like protrusions on polychaetes that are used for locomotion. Setae are small hairs that most Annelids possess and are used primarily for respiration and protection
What type of body plan is pictured below?
The head of a certain worm is pictured below. What kind of worm is this?
What is the name of the worm pictured below?
What is the name of the worm pictured below and in what Annelid class does it reside?
Worm – Fireworm
Class – Polychaeta
What is the name of the disease and the worm that gives you the disease pictured below?
Disease – Elephantiasis
Worm – Wuschereria
General Fluke Lifecycle
1. Mouth 2. Cerebral Ganglion 3. Crop
4. Gizzard 5. Dorsal Blood Vessel
6. Seminal Vesicle 7. Seminal Receptacle
8. Septa 9. Aortic Arch