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Jaret Jackson2

Blume Ch.12.3 Reinforcement

Worms are divided into two types what are the two types? flatworms roundworms
All worms are? invertebrates
Planarians are ____________ flateworms free-living
Roundworms were the first group of animals to evolve a digestive system with a _________ and a ____________? mouth anus
What is the most widespread human disease caused by flukes? schistosomiasis
____________ symmetry. bilateral
flatworms were the first group of animals to evolve _______________ _____________. bilateral symmetry
___________ that attack dogs, are parasites. heatworms
How do tapeworms eat? They absorb the food from the host
what ways are roundworms helpful to humans? They eat the pests and help the soil and they kill ticks
roundworms comprise a group of worms know as _____________. nematods
The life cycle of a fluke. the egg is fertilized in the female then the egg leaves the female then attaches to another host like humans in water.
Created by: jaret36