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By Colleennicole | Last updated: Apr 2, 2018
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Today, we’ll be looking at another member of the phylum Platyhelminthes; the Turbellaria! These are members of the flatworm phylum and are not exclusively parasitic. What do you know about them? Let’s take a look!
Questions and Answers
How many species are found in the class turbellaria
Most in the class Turbellaria are ____ cm up to ___ cm
Species in the class turbellaria are _________ and predators.
Rhabdites are ___ like specialized ________ cells, that form the protective _______ sheath.
Turbellarians have _______ glands and ________ glands. The first attaches to substrates. The latter releases a chemical to dissolve sticky substrate.
Turbellarians move by ______ using cilia and/or muscular ________.
Digestion in turbellarians is partly _______; enzymes secreted from _________ glands break down food outside the body.
Waste and gas exchange occurs by ________ through the body wall.
___________ turbellarians are in osmotic balance with their environment .
Freshwater turbellarians are ____________ with their environment
The turbellarians nervous system ranges from primitive ______ ___ to a ______ like system.
Have sensory and ______ neurons and they are capable of integrating and responding to _______.
________ are sensory lobes projecting from the side of the head containing _______ receptors.
Turbellarians have ______ which are photosensitive areas containing ______ receptors.
During asexual reproduction, _______ fission is used that creats two new animals called _____.
Reproductive organs are __________ in orgin.
Typically ______ __________ with direct development.
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