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planaria

(plă-năr′ē-ă)
Free-living flatworms of the Turbellaria class.
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What made this experiment so interesting was that planaria are cannibals; given a chance, they will eat their own kind.
In uninjured planaria, neoblasts are distributed throughout the parenchyma (mesenchyme), and only mitotic cells serve as the source of replacement cells during tissue renewal (Newmark, 2007).
Thirty whole planaria were cut in halves, and the 60 cut planaria were separated into six different groups that received varying amounts of exposure to the red LED light.
In this report, several of these techniques are evaluated and described for their use in studying Planaria.
My reminder to students when I introduce each new process in the fall is that it does not matter if the organism is a paramecium, planaria, petunia, penguin, or a person.
6) dice "Observe cuidadosamente los siguientes especimenes (arana, caracol, piojo, pulga, mariposa, camaron, libelula, chapulin, planaria, medusa, estrella de mar).
Joy deflected most questions onto the other kids, or she would say something like, "It looks like planaria, but check with.
THE EFFECT OF GLUTAMATE ON THE REGENERATION OF BLACK PLANARIA (DUGESIA DOROTOCEPHALA)
Similarly Planaria are noted for their great ability to regenerate missing body parts.
Trematodes from the lungs of Anura were first reported over 200 years ago by Goeze (1782), who recognized a lung fluke in a frog and called it Planaria cylindrica.
Child based his research on planaria (flatworms), and Morgan chose drosophila (fruit flies).