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Biological Sciences
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BIOL 1002

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Topic list Test 3Chapter 231The groups that make up the protostomesEcdysozoansLophotrochozoansaEcdysozoansiarthropods and roundworms anthropoda and nematodaiimembers have bodies covered by an outer layer that is periodically shedbLophotrochozoansispecial feeding structure called a lophophoreiimembers pass through a particular type of developmental stage called a trochophore larvaiiiFlatworms annelids and mollusks Platyhelminthes annelida Mollusca2Body cavitiesaNo coelom no space between tissue from the endoderm and mesodermbPseudocoelom have body cavities that are not fullylined with tissue from the mesodermcTrue coelom has a fullylined cavity from the mesodermdFig 233i3Identify the phylum by figure diagrams Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Nematoda and Echinodermataa4This animal belongs to which group pictures Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Nematoda and EchinodermataaAnnelids
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