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CC - Coupling, Hypodermic impregnation

Coupling - Common


Hypodermic impregnation - Uncommon


Both - Sexual Reproduction


Platyhelminthes

CC - Dedifferentiation, Redifferentiation

Dedifferentiation - wound tissue reverts to embryonic


Redifferentiation - production of needed cells


Both - Morphallaxis


Platyhelminthes

CC - Epidermal pigment spot, pigment cup

Epidermal pigment spot - modified epithelial cells


Pigment cup - Invaginated pigment cells


Both - Part of ocellus


Platyhelminthes

CC - Epimorphosis, morphallaxis

Epimorphosis - New tissue growth


Morphallaxis - Reworking of old tissue


Both - Processes of regeneration


Platyhelminthes

CC - Flame-bulb protonephridia, solenocytes

Protonephridia - First excretory structures


Solenocytes - Function like flame-bulbs


Both - Part of the excretory system


Platyhelminthes

CC - Glandulo-epidermal, glandulo-muscular adhesive organs

Glandulo-epidermal - Adhesive secretions


Glandulo-muscular - Sucker-like


Both - Adhesive organs


Platyhelminthes

CC - Rhabdoids, Rhabdites

Rhabdoids - Arise from epithelium


Rhabdites - Arise from gland cells in parenchyma


Both - Part of integumentary system


Platyhelminthes

CC - Scolex, proglottids

Scolex - Towards the anterior


Proglottids - Towards the posterior


Both make up segments


Platyhelminthes

CC - Statocyst, statolith

Statocyst - Holds the statolith


Statolith - In the statocyst


Both - Balance and orientation maintenance


Platyhelminthes

CC - Amphids, Phasmids

Amphids - Chemoreceptors in anterior


Phasmids - Pouches in posterior


Both - Characteristics of nematoda


Nematoda


CC - Copulatory spicules, gubernaculum

Copulatory spicules - Spreads open female gonopore


Gubernaculum - Guides spicule insertion


Both - Both in male reproductive system


Nematoda


CC - Glandular, tubular excretory systems

Glandular - In free-living forms


Tubular - In parasites


Both - Types of excretory systems


Nematoda

CC - Hologenic, telogenic

Hologonic - Germ cells produced along entire length


Telogonic - Germ cells produced in proximal germ zone


Both - Types of gonads


Nematoda

CC - Neotony, paedogenesis

Neotony - Somatic development is retarded


Paedogenesis - Reproductive development is accelerated


Both - Considerations in the phylogeny


Nematoda

CC - Phytoparasitic, zooparasitic

Phytoparasitic - Plant hosts


Zooparasitic - Animal hosts


Both - In parasitic lifestyles


Nematoda

CC - Acanthor, acanthella, cystacanth

Acanthor - Expelled from coelom


Acanthella - Develop in arthropod


Cystacanth - Infective juveniles leave coelom


All - Dioecious life cycles


Acanthocephala


CC - Amictic, mictic eggs

Amictic - Diploid


Mictic - Haploid


Both - Types of eggs


Rotifera

CC - Lorica, Corona

Lorica - Potentially spiny thorax covering


Corona - Ciliated swimming structure


Both - Structures


Rotifera

CC - Presoma, Metasoma

Presoma - Anterior


Metasoma - Posterior


Both - Body divisions


Acanthocephala

CC - Circular, longitudinal muscle

Circular - Elongate


Longitudinal - Shorten


Both - Body wall musculature


Annelida

CC - Crop, gizzard

Crop - Stores food


Gizzard - Grinds food


Both - Primitive stomach structures


Annelida

CC - Effective, recovery strokes

Effective - Against substrate


Recovery - Off substrate


Both - Parapodia motion


Annelida

CC - Epitoke, atoke

Epitoke - Posterior component


Atoke - Anterior component


Both - Gamete departure


Annelida

CC - hemoglobin, hemerythrin, chlorocruorin

Hemoglobin - 1-10% oxygen carrying capacity


Hemerythrin - 1-2% oxygen carrying capacity


Chlorocruorin - 5-9% oxygen carrying capacity


All - Blood pigments


Annelida

CC - Homonomous, heteronomous segmentation

Homonomous - Identical segmentation


Heteronomous - Differentiation in segmentation


Both - Metamerism


Annelida

CC - Nephrostome, Nephridiophore

Nephrostome - Entry


Nephridiopore - Exit


Both - Parts of excretory system


Annelida

CC - Notopodium, Neuropodium

Notopodium - Dorsal flap


Neuropodium - Ventral flap


Both - Parapodia anatomy


Annelida

CC - Prostomium, peristomium

Prostomium - Segment including mouth


Peristomium - Lobe around mouth


Both - Origin in ancestral annelida


Annelida

CC - Selective, nonselective deposit feeders

Selective - Finding food particles


Nonselective - Soil and sediment ingested


Both - Nutrition


Annelida

CC - True, false segmentation

True - Growth zone in posterior


False - Growth zone in anterior


Both - Metamerism


Annelida