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Blume ch 13.2

What are marine worms called? Polychaetes
True or false. Earthworms are hermaphrodites. True
How do leeches eat? They attach themselves to an animal then cut into them and suck their blood.
How much blood do leeches tend to take from an animal? Two to ten times their own weight.
How could surgeons use leeches? They put them on a patient to stop blood from pooling or to stop the loss of blood during surgery.
What are parapodia? Paired, fleshy outgrowths on each section that help while feeding and moving.
True or false. Earthworms have an open circulatory system. False
What do earthworms breath through? Their skin.
How does the gizzard aid in digestion? It grinds the food.
What is a crop? A sac right before the gizzard in an earthworm used to store food.
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