Incomplete digestive system
mollusks have a complete digestive system.
A complete digestive system has a separate mouth and anus, while an incomplete digestive system has a unified mouth and anus and a gastrovascular cavity.
clams have an incomplete digestive track
They have a complete digestive system!
They have complete digestive system.
i think a hydra has a incomplete digestive system called the-gastrovascular system
The difference is that an incomplete digestive system is a complete one looks like this: However, as this picture shows an incomplete system, either he appendix and other parts are in other places, or missing some features of the related digestion!
Humans have a complete digestive system. Incomplete Digestive System: one opening that takes in food and expels waste Complete Digestive System: two openings and a food tube to make sure there is no mixing of food and wastes.
well first of all, DOES not do, and no they have a complete digestive system, which mean they have both a mouth and anus that are seperate
no but a whale shark may have one
yes i think but I'm not sure
A digestive system with only one opening is called an incomplete digestive tract. Organisms with this type of digestive system ingest food and eject waste through their mouth.
There is one opening that serves as both mouth and anus
flatworms have incomplete digestive systems and they present extracellular and intracellular complementary digestions. They have sac like digestive system, one opening mouth and anus. Which means they're digestive systems aren't completely grown.
Planarians have an incomplete digestive tract, one entrance surving as the mouth and anus.
Organisms that have only one opening in their digestive tract through which food enters and waste exits are known as having an incomplete digestive system. Some organisms with incomplete digestive systems are jellyfish, sea anemones, flatworms, and corals.