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Nematodes

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Nematodes
Bilaterally Symmetrical
Main Characteristics
Thread-like cylindrical bodies
Both halves of nematodes are identical and they also molt periodically
The word nematode is from the Greek word for thread
Reproduce Sexually
Circulatory System
None, they transfer oxygen by diffusion
Digestive System
It has a complete digestive system. It divided into three parts, the stomodeum, intestine, and proctodeum
Living Places
Can live almost anywhere
Types of Nematodes
Animal Parasites
Some are most commonly known as hookworm, pin worm, round worms.
Plant Parasitic Nematodes
They include Ectoparasites, Semiendoparasites,and Stem and bulb nematodes
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