KEY CONCEPT Roundworms have bilateral symmetry and shed their outer skeleton to grow. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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KEY CONCEPT Roundworms have bilateral symmetry and shed their outer skeleton to grow.

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  1. KEY CONCEPTRoundworms have bilateral symmetry and shed their outer skeleton to grow.

  2. Roundworms are protostomes with bilateral symmetry. pharynx intestine brain cuticle anus tail Roundworms shed their stiff outer skeleton as they grow.

  3. Roundworms have a tough outer skeleton called a cuticle. chitin • made of chitin • must be shed to grow • Roundworms have a pseudocoelom, not completely lined by muscle. • Roundworms reproduce sexually.

  4. Nearly every plant and animal species are parasitized by roundworms. hookworms pinworms Guinea worms Many roundworms are parasites.