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Chase Anderson

Blume Ch 12.3 Reinforcement

What are the two worm types names? Flatworm and Roundworm
Are all worms vertebrates or invertebrates? invertebrates
Are flukes and tapeworms flatworms or roundworms? Flatworms
Do Planarians stay in one place or are they free-moving? They are free moving
What are the two parts of a roundworm? Mouth and an anus
Are nematodes flatworms or roundworms? Roundworms
How does a tapeworm take in food? Tapeworms absorb it's food
What disease do flukes usually carry? Schistosomiasis
Name three ways roundworms are useful for? Killing insects, making healthy soil, and killing other pests
Are tapeworms parasites or do they not require a host? They are parasites
Created by: Chase10