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Definition of Nemertea

Nemertea
Nemertina Nem`er*ti"na, n. pl. [NL. See Nemrtes.] (Zo["o]l.) An order of helminths usually having a long, slender, smooth, often bright-colored body, covered with minute vibrating cilia; -- called also Nemertea, Nemertida, and Rhynchoc[oe]la. Note: The mouth is beneath the head, and the straight intestine at the posterior and. They have a very singular long tubular proboscis, which can be everted from a pore in the front of the head. Their nervous system and blood vessels are well developed. Some of the species become over one hundred feet long. They are mostly marine and seldom parasitic; a few inhabit fresh water. the two principal divisions are Anopla and Enopla.

Meaning of Nemertea from wikipedia

- Nemertea is a phylum of animals also known as ribbon worms or proboscis worms. Most ribbon worms are very slim, usually only a few millimeters wide, although...
- confirmed. Its mucus is highly toxic. The bootlace worm is in the phylum Nemertea or ribbon worms. It is the most common nemertean found along the coasts...
- phylogenetic hypotheses, Lophotrochozoa may even be synonymous to Spiralia. Nemertea and Orthonectida (if not directly considered as part of Annelida) are probably...
- reduced coelom, called a pseudocoelom. Other invertebrates include the Nemertea or ribbon worms, and the Sipuncula. Another phylum is Platyhelminthes,...
- This is a list of the 44 species of Nemertea (ribbon worms, proboscis worms) found in Ireland. Amphiporus bioculatus McIntosh, 1874 Amphiporus lactifloreus...
- The following is a list of the classes in each phylum of the kingdom Animalia. There are 107 classes of animals in 33 phyla in this list. However, different...
- sister of Polyzoa. The trochozoans clade include animals in six phyla: the Nemertea, the Annelida, the Cycliophora, the Mollusca, and the two Brachiozoan phyla...
- end opposite the mouth) in front. Ruppert EE, Fox RS, Barnes RD (2004). "Nemertea". Invertebrate Zoology (7 ed.). Brooks / Cole. pp. 271–274. ISBN 0-03-025982-7...
- to Brusca and Brusca, the following bilaterian phyla possess a coelom: Nemertea, traditionally viewed as acoelomates Priapulida Annelida Onychophora Tardigrada...
- with Entoprocta grouping named Tetraneuralia, and a second grouping of Nemertea with Platyhelminthes named Parenchymia as sister of Annelida. In their...