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Segmented Worms

What is an annelid little rings
What body part does an earthworm use to grind up soil it ingests? gizzard
What does hermaphrodites mean? sperm and egg in same body
What annelid worm has a sucker at each end of its body? a leech
One reason worms are important to humans is... conditions and aerates soil
What is the bristlelike structure on a worm called? setae
What is the most well known annelid earthworms
Where does ingested soil go in a worm? the crop
What is another name for a marine worm? polychaetes
What are bottom dwelling polychaetes called? Sessile
How are leeches important to humans? They are developing drugs to prevent blood clots