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Worms

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:07
    • Objectives
  • What are Worms? 0:29
    • What are Worms?
  • Where are Worms? 2:27
    • Where are Worms?
  • Characteristics of Flatworms 2:55
    • Characteristics of Flatworms
  • Planarians 4:34
    • Planarians
  • Flukes 7:53
    • Parasites
    • Sexual Reproduction
  • Tapeworms 9:23
    • Parasites With No Body Openings
    • Sexual Reproduction
  • Characteristics of Roundworms 11:29
    • Characteristics of Roundworms
  • Importance of Roundworms 14:16
    • Essential to the Health of the Soil
    • Origin
  • Roundworms and Disease 15:39
    • Trichinella Worm
    • Hookworm
    • Pinworm
  • Characteristics of Segmented Worms 17:17
    • Phylum Annelida & Segmented Bodies
    • Two Types: Terrestrial and Marine
  • Earthworms 20:35
    • Characteristics of Earthworms
    • Sexual Reproduction
    • Essential to the Health of Soil
  • Earthworm Anatomy 22:29
    • Earthworm Anatomy: Soil Pathway
  • Marine Worms 24:34
    • Polychaetes
    • Leeches
  • Example 1: Explain How the Planarian Reproduces both Sexually and Asexually 26:15
  • Example 2: Which Worm has Hooks and Suckers to Attach to Its Host? 27:11
  • Example 3: What Characteristics have Helped Roundworms Evolve? 27:44
  • Example 4: How Does This Animal Reproduce? 28:42