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Evolution of Multicellular Animals

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Biology
Course
Biology 2483A
Professor
Hugh Henry
Semester
Fall

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Evolution of Multicellular AnimalsGuts used to maximize energy of absorption in us bacteria in there Animal cells are generally more energyrich than plant fungal or bacterial cells which tend to have higher concentrations of structural components such as cell walls that are not easily digestedInsects have differences in terms of how they capture their prey mouth areas are different From left Tiger beetles use their mouthparts to capture prey and to cut and chew animal tissuesMoths have a curled stylet that is extended into flowers to suck nectarDeerflies use piercing mouthparts to penetrate the skin of animals and extract bloodThe sponging mouthparts of blowflies are used to soak up partially digested food From left Golden eagle bills are hooked
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