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Section 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids . What phylum are night crawlers an individual from? Annelida . Part 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids. What proof arrives that annelids are more firmly identified with shellfishes and snails than to level worms or roundworms? tAnnelids, mollusks, and snails all offer a comparable larval stage. .
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Part 27, Worms and Mollusks (proceeded with) Section 27–3 Annelids This segment portrays the characterizing components of annelids. It likewise depicts the attributes of the three classes of annelids.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What phylum are night crawlers an individual from? Annelida

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What confirmation is there that annelids are more firmly identified with shellfishes and snails than to level worms or roundworms? t Annelids, shellfishes, and snails all share a comparable larval stage.

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What Is an Annelid? What is a septum? A septum is an inner divider between two portions of an annelid\'s body.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids Attached to every annelid portion are abounds called Satae .

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids are among the least complex creatures to have a genuine coleom .

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Form and Function in Annelids How is the pharynx utilized contrastingly in meat eating species than in annelids that feast upon rotting vegetation? In carnivores, the pharynx generally holds at least two sharp jaws that are utilized to assault prey. In worms that eat vegetation, the worm gathers nourishment by expanding a pharynx secured with sticky bodily fluid and squeezing it against the encompassing dregs.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What is a shut circulatory framework? It is a framework in which blood is contained inside a system of veins.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What is a gill? A gill is an organ particular for the trading of gasses submerged.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids How do sea-going annelids breathe uniquely in contrast to land-abiding annelids? Oceanic annelids frequently inhale through gills, while arrive staying annelids breathe through soggy skin

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids How do annelids keep their skin clammy? They emit a thin defensive covering called a fingernail skin.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What are the two noteworthy gatherings of body muscles in annelids called? Longitudinal muscles Circular muscles

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids Marine annelids have paddle like members called parapodia .

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What is a clitellum, and what is its capacity ? A clitellum is a band of thickened, particular, sections that discharge a mucous ring into which eggs and sperm are discharged.

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Annalids Write marks on the outline of the annelid for each of the elements indicated.

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OLIGOCHAETES Earthworms Long, pinkish-chestnut worms with few setae Woods, fields, and gardens

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Type of Oligochaete Description Habitat Earthworms Description: Long, pinkish-cocoa worms with few setae Located: Woods, fields, and gardens

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Type of Oligochaete Tubifex worms Description: Red, threadlike worms with few setae Located: Aquatic environments

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids Circle the letter of each sentence that is valid about bloodsuckers. They suck blood and body liquids from their hosts. Most live in clammy, tropical natural surroundings. They are regularly outer parasites. All are carnivores that feast upon snails.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids What annelids do polychaetes incorporate? They incorporate sandworms, bloodworms, and their relatives.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids Circle the letter of each sentence that is valid about polychaetes. a. They regularly have just a couple setae. b. They have combined, paddlelike members tipped with setae. c. They suck the blood of their host d. They are marine annelids. Guided Reading and Study Workbook/Chapter 27

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Ecology of Annelids How do the passages of night crawlers influence different creatures? Worm burrows give paths to plant roots and water and permit the development of gainful, oxygen-requiring soil microbes.

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Chapter 27, Worms and Mollusks Annelids Circle the letter of each sentence that is valid about annelids. a. Night crawlers are imperative to the eating regimen of flying creatures. b. Annelids convey minerals from deep soil layers to the surface. d. Annelid hatchlings shape part of the creature microscopic fish.

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