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Vermes

vermes

(Science: zoology) An extensive artificial division of the animal kingdom, including the parasitic worms, or helminths, together with the nemerteans, annelids, and allied groups. By some writers the branchiopods, the bryzoans, and the tunicates are also included. The name was used in a still wider sense by Linnaeus and his followers.

A more restricted group, comprising only the helminths and closely allied orders.

Origin: L. Vermes, pl. Of vermis a worm.


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Microbiology?

I think that Plathyhelminthes is taxonomically grouped into Phylum: Vermes which is much more complex compared to microbes..:lol: beside, you can see some differentiated complex of structure in Plathyhelminthes and also.....the important one...plathyhelminthes ...

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by Sepals
Sat Sep 23, 2006 11:36 am
 
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Microbiology?

I think that Plathyhelminthes is taxonomically grouped into Phylum: Vermes which is much more complex compared to microbes..:lol: beside, you can see some differentiated complex of structure in Plathyhelminthes and also.....the important one...plathyhelminthes ...

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by victor
Sat Sep 23, 2006 3:58 am
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Microbiology?
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The main characteristics

... become vertebrates and invertebrates (from their backbone) then from invertebrates we can classify them into protozoans, poriferas, coelenteratas, vermes, arthropodes..etc (from their body structure) Well, from the examples above we can see that there are many ways to classify organisms because ...

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by victor
Fri Jun 10, 2005 1:38 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: classifying organisms based on common characteristics...
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