Question

Annelid Identity card. How are they characterized according to examples of representing beings, basic morphology, type of symmetry, germ layers and coelom, digestive system, respiratory system, circulatory system, excretory system, nervous system and types of reproduction?

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Anatomy of Non-chordates

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Silent mutations that occur in DNA are quite common in living cells and usually involve no effects o...

A: Hi! Thanks for the questions. As you have posted multiple questions, I will be answering the first t...

Q: Which type of chemical reaction, if any, occurs faster atequilibrium: the formation of products from...

A: The process in which one or more substances convert into a different substance, the product is calle...

Q: WHAT IF? Suppose that an invasive fungus killed most individuals ofMytilus at these sites. Predict h...

A: Sea star Pisaster is a predator of mussels like Mytilus californianus. The Mytilus species is a stro...

Q: How does a small amount of curd added to fresh milk convert it into curd? Mention a nutritional qual...

A: Curd is the solid coagulated fraction of milk after it has been digested with enzymes or treated wit...

Q: Write the scientific name of the plant that yields reserpine?

A: Angiosperms are flowering plants. They contain leaves, roots, and stems. They belong to the kingdom ...

Q: The total number of 02 molecules that can be carried by one red blood cell is about a: O One hundred...

A: Red blood cells (RBCs) are the blood cells which serve to transport oxygen molecules to body tissues...

Q: Dopamine is an important neurotransmitter. Which disease or disorder results when the neurons in the...

A: Neurons communicate with each other and with the controlled organs by passing an electric current ca...

Q: Why was the discovery of DNA structure so important?

A: DNA is the genetic material that carries genetic information in the form of coded nucleotide sequenc...

Q: Why are amino acids solid at room temperature? How does Silver metal help in the treatment of gonnor...

A: Since you have posted multiple questions, we solve the first question for you. To get the remaining ...

Q: Suppose that none of the 44 dolphins encounteredin the second sampling had been photographed before....

A: Population size is the number of individuals in a particular population. It is directly associated w...

Q: What are cytoplasmic inclusions?

A: The cell is the basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known organisms. A cell is ...

Q: What is the highest level of chromosome condensation and  is DNA condensation important?

A: DNA is the genetic material in most organisms. It is the information hub of the cell that contains i...

Q: A number of scientists who study cancer treatment have become interested in telomerase. Why? How mig...

A: The ends of the linear chromosomes are called telomeres. Replication of DNA by DNA polymerase requir...

Q: What causes St. Anthony's fire disease?

A: The disease is a condition or illness or sickness of the living animal or plant body or of one of it...

Q: Differentiate between Sere and Seral communities.

A: A seral community or sere is the intermediate stage that is found in the ecological succession in ec...

Q: The colour that is scattered the least by the tiny particles and the atoms/ molecules of the atmosph...

A: Scattering of light is referred to as deviation of light rays from its straight path. When light pro...

Q: Part 1. Mention why you have wells that do not contain one of the reagents and explain their use Par...

A: There are various biochemical assay techniques that are used to detect the immunological properties ...

Q: Biology Question

A: Archaeopteryx refers to the genus that represents the bird-like dinosaurs that used to live in the l...

Q: Why, even thoough theyhave an open circulatorysystem, can flying insects likeflies beat their wings ...

A: A circulatory system facilitates the transport of molecules from one part of the body to another by ...

Q: Synthesize mRNA strands from the DNA templates

A: The DNA consists of two strand template strand and complementary strand. The molecule of DNA replica...

Q: Predators that are keystone species can maintain speciesdiversity in a community if they(A) competit...

A: A species whose loss from an ecosystem would cause a greater than an average change in other species...

Q: Why is apple called a false fruit? Which part(s) of the flower forms thefruit?

A: There are different types of fruits. They are fleshy simple fruits like lemon, apple, mango, and gua...

Q: VISUAL SKILLS Look at Figure 3.2 and explain whythe central water molecule can hydrogen bond to four...

A: A water molecule is "V" shaped and consists of an oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms and the oxygen ...

Q: What are the morphological similarities and differences between nematodes and annelids?

A: Nematodes are referred as roundworms and constitute phylum Nematoda. They are multicellular organism...

Q: Fill in the blank:  Olfactory bulbs lie on either side of the _______________________ of the ethmoid...

A: Olfactory receptor is also known as the smell receptor. These play a main role in the olfaction or t...