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Worm Project ACE

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Amelia Griswold

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Transcript of Worm Project ACE

Clitellum
Worms
By: Amelia Griswold, Camryn Quinn and Emma Bretondo
Earthworm
The End of the worm
How many Kinds of Earthworms are There and What is Each Kind Like?
There are 2,700 types of earthworms on the planet. They live where there is food, moisture, oxygen, and a favorable temperature. The compost worm is a worm that lives on the top part of the soil. 12cm under the ground. You won´t find them in garden soil. To a compost worm protozoa, bacteria and fungi are like salt and vinegar on fish and chips.
How are worm parts the same as and different from the parts of other animals?

Mouth
What is the life cycle of an
earthworm and how is that life cycle the same as
and different from the life cycles of other animals?
Intestine
After earthworms bond, their fertilized eggs are held in a protective cocoon. The baby worms (hatchlings) emerge and burrow into the soil, where they grow into juvenile then mature worms. The butterfly´s eggs go into the cocoon and so does the worm. They have that in common.
Segmental Ganglion
Segmental Nerves
Dorsal Blood Vessel
The Earthworm has many different parts of its body theat are nessasary for survial not many the it dose not need the worm has reaaalllllyyyy small hairs on its skin that the worm uses to push itself forward. Humans
Need Earth worms because they can help break down food this is called composting.
Earthworms are
necessary for survival
Ventral Blood Vessel
Segmental Blood Vessel
Gizzard
Female Reproductive Organ
Male Reproductive Organ
Crop
Celebral Ganglia
Hearts
Pharynx
Worms have many vessels and organs plus many other parts of the body. Mostly all animals have heads and a mouth. A Snake and earthworm also have some different similarities, like having no legs and they slither around instead. Only earthworms had a Segmental Blood Vessel in their body. Worms are like other animals but they also have their own parts too.
How do earthworms help the earth and what would happen if they became extinct?
Earthworms help the soil by making sure it doesn't get to much air and water, they're also a good fertilizer and help break down organic matter. f we didn't have earthworm we would have a lot of organic matter messes, to much soil and horrible fertile soil.
An earthworm can grow only so long. ...
A worm has no arms, legs or eyes.
There are approximately 2,700 different kinds of earthworms.
Worms live where there is food, moisture, oxygen and a favorable temperature. ...
In one acre of land, there can be more than a million earthworms.
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