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Do flatworms have bilateral symmetry?


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2011-01-05 23:41:58
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Are flat worms bilateral


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Flatworms and Roundworms have bilateral symmetry as a body type.

Because they do not have internal body cavities, for over a century Flatworms were regarded as a primitive stage in the evolution of bilaterians (animals with bilateral symmetry and hence with distinct front and rear ends).

Flatworms have bilateral symmetry. Bilateral symmetry means the animal has symmetry across one plane (known as the sagittal plane, and directly down the centre of their body), which means one side of their body approximately mirrors the other side.

The platyhelminthes commonly referred to as flatworms are the simplest animals with bilateral symmetry. They comprise of the following classes: turbellaria, cestoda, trematoda and monogenea.

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These flatworms have what is called bilateral symmetry. This means that you can divide an object in to two and the two halves will be mirror images.

Flatworms have bilateral symmetry because they have no body cavity, they are flat so they can't have any other type of symmetry.

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