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*  Mario Benazzi
He published work on platyhelminths and evolutionary cytogenetics. Benazzi is honoured in the polychaete name Diurodrilus ...
*  Monogenea
... ns possess the simplest life cycle among the parasitic platyhelminths. They have no intermediate hosts and are ...
*  Digenea
A similar tegument is found in other members of the Neodermata; a group of platyhelminths comprising the Digenea, Aspidogastrea ... as in all platyhelminths. There are typically two suckers, an anterior oral sucker surrounding the mouth, and a ventral sucker ...
*  Turbellaria
In all platyhelminths the nervous system is concentrated at the head end. Most species have rings of ganglia in the head and ... Most platyhelminths have no anus and regurgitate undigested material through the mouth. However some long species have an anus ... Despite this difference in environments, most platyhelminths use the same system to control the level of concentration in their ... in Baltic amber with a review of fossil and sub-fossil platyhelminths". Invertebrate Biology. 122 (4): 308-312. doi:10.1111/j. ...
*  Flatworm
In all platyhelminths, the nervous system is concentrated at the head end. This is least marked in the acoels, which have nerve ... Other platyhelminths have rings of ganglia in the head and main nerve trunks running along their bodies. Early classification ... Most platyhelminths have no anus and regurgitate undigested material through the mouth. However, some long species have an anus ... The lack of circulatory and respiratory organs limits platyhelminths to sizes and shapes that enable oxygen to reach and carbon ...
*  Parasitic nutrition
2004). "Role of the tegument and gut in nutrient uptake by parasitic platyhelminths". Canadian Journal of Zoology. 82: 211-232 ...
*  Metabolic waste
Ammonotelic animals include protozoans, crustaceans, platyhelminths, cnidarians, poriferans, echinoderms, and other aquatic ...
*  Biomphalaria
Platyhelminths: Trematoda)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 57 (1): 144-151. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2010.05.019. PMID ...
*  List of non-marine molluscs of Brazil
Platyhelminths: Trematoda)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57(1): 144-151. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2010.05.019. Martins R. ...
*  Micropalaeosoma
... in Baltic amber with a review of fossil and sub-fossil platyhelminths" (PDF). Invertebrate Biology. 122 (4): 308-312. doi: ...
*  Spiralia
With this new understanding of animal phylogeny, the presence of spiral cleavage in polyclad platyhelminths, as well as the ... Members of the molluscs, annelids, platyhelminths and nemerteans have all been shown to exhibit spiral cleavage in its ... The presence of spiral cleavage in animals such as platyhelminths could be difficult to correlate with some phylogenies. ... platyhelminths and other taxa. The Spiralian clade of animals are more commonly referred to as the Lophotrochozoa, although ...
*  Diana Marcela Bolaños Rodriguez
She has continued her research and is working on comparisons between polyclads, planarians and other types of platyhelminths ... who has studied and classified various types of platyhelminths. She was a recipient of the L'Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship for Women ...
*  Helminths
Platyhelminths, Nematoda and Acanthocephala. There is in fact no helminth classification; it is an "artificial" term. The most ...
*  Decline in amphibian populations
There is considerable evidence that parasitic trematode platyhelminths (a type of fluke) have contributed to developmental ...
*  List of MeSH codes (B01)
... platyhelminths MeSH B01.500.500.736.215 --- cestoda MeSH B01.500.500.736.215.228 --- diphyllobothrium MeSH B01.500.500.736. ...
*  Collocyte
... it is called a duo-gland This is a very common requirement and examples occur in Platyhelminths, both parasitic and free-living ...
*  Protostome
... platyhelminths, rotifers as well as minor taxa of basal or ambiguous affinity, namely the Chaetognatha. The common ancestor of ...