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- a coelomate. All pseudocoelomates are protostomes; however, not all protostomes are pseudocoelomates. An example of a Pseudocoelomate is the roundworm...
- classified according to the type of body cavity they possess, such as pseudocoelomates and protostome coelomates. In amniotes and some invertebrates the coelom...
- phylum (Rotifera /roʊˈtɪfərə/) of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals. They were first described by Rev. John Harris in 1696, and...
- one of the three extant Priapulid classes. Schram, F. R. (1973). "Pseudocoelomates and a Nemertine from the Illinois Pennsylvanian". Journal of Paleontology...
- κοῖλος (koîlos) blastocoel, coelom, coelomate, coelomic, enterocoely, pseudocoelomate, sarcocele, schizocoelomate, schizocoely, spongocoel col- strain Latin...
- closely ****ociated with the Platyhelminthes, are an obsolete phylum of pseudocoelomate and other similar animals that are no longer considered closely related...
- from 0.1 to 7 millimetres (0.0039 to 0.2756 in) Gastrotricha phylum pseudocoelomate worms 0.06 to 3 millimetres (0.0024 to 0.1181 in) Gnathostomulida phylum...
- κοῖλος (koîlos) blastocoel, coelom, coelomate, coelomic, enterocoely, pseudocoelomate, sarcocele, schizocoelomate, schizocoely, spongocoel col- strain Latin...
- be divided into three types based on their body cavity: acoelomate, pseudocoelomate, and coelomate. Segmentation can be observed in the bodies of many...
- body wall hold the animal's organs in place. Contrast coelomate and pseudocoelomate. action potential The local change in voltage that occurs when the...