The phylum Platyhelminthes (aka flatworms) are rather primitive invertebrates that can be either parasitic or non-parasitic depending upon the species. They have no body cavity, no circulatory organs and no respiratory organs. Questions about flatworms can be asked and answered here.
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What is the complex invertebrate flatworm sponge coral or crab?
I had asked the same thing before but then I figured it out. Out of a flatworm, sponge, coral, or crab, the complex invertebrate is a crab.
What do marine flatworms eat?
small marine organisms
Why do flatworm and roundworms called parasites?
because all of them have organisms to protect..........
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Do flatworms move?
Movement of the flatworm is by means of two layers of muscles in its body wall and by thousands of cilia, which cover its lower surface. The animal's movement is controlled by this simple nervous system. The flatworm will move away from bright light. It has eyespots that allow the animal to tell light from dark and the direction the light is coming from.
How many openings do flatworms have?
1, the mouth. It's waste gets taken care of by the host.
How are flatworms more complex than cnidarians?
I dont kniw
Do humans pose a threat to flatworms?
yes but no one cares
What is the name of the foil fencing move where the fencer does a jump in place before executing a lunge?
Balestra. It is not really a jump in place, for the body should cover some forward distance, even more than the lunge that follows. When the balestra is executed correctly, the body does not hop up in the air(wasted movement) but springs forward in a way that looks like a regular lunge to the opponent. But instead of the trailing leg staying back, it is immediately brought up together with the lead foot. If the opponent has evaded this first attack, he might not be ready for the lunge that immediately follows.
Both flatworms and roundworms have a body type called?
What is the acoelomate body type exemplified by?
What is the Latin name for Marine Flatworms?
How many tissue layer do flatworms have?
How does a flatworm get its food?
after they get inside a host (an animal or person) it starts feeding off from it.
What is an advantage of the Flatworm's spread out digestive system?
i don no
What are the scientific names of the phylum for flatworms roundworms and segmented worms?
Annelida, segmented worms.
What type of fertilization do flatworms have?
testicals.... that is all
Is a flatworm a mammal?
No it isn't. If it was a mammal it would have live babies and breastfeed its young, but a flatworm lays eggs.
What are the characteristics of flatworm?
There are different types/species of flatworms. A flatworm is in the family of platyheliminthes and has a flat body with bilateral symmetry. They also have soft but solid body's. If I'm not mistaken, they are parasitic life forms.
Why don't roundworms flatworms and annelid worms belong in the same group of invertebrates?
they all have different shaped bodies and different characteristics
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What are disease caused by flatworms?
Well it depends, but in some cases people use pills to lower their weight and in those pills their is an egg and the egg becomes to a flat worm. So when that flatworm grows really big in your stomach it eats half of your food and you don't get enough food and people die from it.
What is the class that flatworms belong to?
Class Turbellaria (turbellarians, flatworms)