What are the Characteristics of Phylum Nematoda
Characteristics of Phylum Nematoda
- i) They are also called round worms.
- ii) They have elongated bodies and both end of the body are pointed.
iii) Digestive system is present as a tubular straight canal.
- iv) Mouth is present in anterior and anus is present in posterior.
- v) Free-living nematodes are found in upper layer of soil, fresh water and in seawater.
- vi) Their common examples are Ascaris, Hook Worm, Filaria, and Trichinella etc.
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