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Is a Chiton a Herbivore?

Yes, a chiton is indeed a herbivore. This marine mollusk eatsbacteria, diatoms, algae, and bryozoans. Most species are grazersbut some are predators.

What does chiton mean?

From the Greek word khitōn that means coat of mail, the ancientGreeks and Romans wore a form of chiton made with loose wool. Theywere tunics that were long for women and kn (MORE)

How do you make a chiton?

The site listed on the link below has instructions and drawings: Um. What ever, here's the instructions. First you fold the fabric partly hamburgar style so that it's not com (MORE)

How do chiton reproduce?

Chitons are organisms belonging to the class of Polyplacophora which in turn belonging to the phylum mollusca. They are mostly very small anymals (2 to 5 cm - 1 to 2 inches) w (MORE)
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What adaptations do chiton have?

Chiton are marine mollusks in the class of Polyplacophora. Theadaptations they have include a wide foot for tight suction ofrocks and a shell to protect themselves from drying (MORE)
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Is a chiton ecdysozoan?

No, a chiton is not an ecdysozoan. An ecdysozoan (clade Ecdysozoa) is an organism that sheds/molts its tough external coat (cuticle) as it grows up. Chitons are soft bodied or (MORE)

What are some symbiotic relationships of Chitons?

The chiton is a sea creature, a sort of light armour-plated slug-like animal of the mollusk type which mainly inhabits the pacific coastal waters, but some species also live i (MORE)