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Acoelomate animals, like flatworms, have no body cavity at all. ... Therefore, acoelomate organs are not protected from crushing forces applied to ...
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Aspects of the topic acoelomate are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References anatomy ( in animal (biology): Acoelomates ) Flatworms (phyla Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, and Mesozoa) lack a coelom, although nemerteans have a fluid-filled cavity at their anterior, or head, end, which is used to eject the proboscis rapidly. The lack of...
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Acoelomate - Definition of Acoelomate at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... acoelomate - 3 dictionary results. acoelomate ...
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Acoelomate,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... acoelomate Lacking a body cavity between the gut and the ...
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ACOELOMATE - Mesoderm obliterates the. blastocoel in the embryo. PLATYHELMINTHES. 3 main classes ... First of 2 Acoelomate c.s. View of whole fluke organism. ...
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... or body cavity. • Two Layered Acoelomate (ay-SEE-luh-MATE) "without ... Three Layered Acoelomate – three germ ... three-layered Acoelomate lacking a ...
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What is a acoelomate, definition of acoelomate, meaning of acoelomate, acoelomate anagrams, acoelomate synonyms ... acoelomate " acoelomates " acoelous " acoemeti ...
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Acoelomate. From AquaticDatabase. Jump to: navigation, search ... Acoelomate phyla include the flatworms (Platyhelminthes), ribbonworms (Nemertea) ...
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acoelomate. A triploblastic organism which does not have an internal body cavity ... Selected acoelomate links: © 1997-2006 Healthboard.com. ...
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acoelomate (biology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Britannica online encyclopedia ... acoelomate - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary ...
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