Once the eggs have hatched, what’s left of the chorion membranes are released through the gills of the host. Basically, all the placenta waste from hundreds of eggs will flow out through the host’s gills. That has to be fun for the host. In the juvenile stage the young lice will have large eyes, spiny appendages, will have fine bristles on most appendages to aid in swimming. After the new offspring leave the original host they will search for and attach to any convenient fish for short periods of time.
After the intestine, the excess waste is removed through the anus. The digestion tract for earthworms is much like the crayfish. Food enters the mouth and gets pushed down into the esophagus by the pharynx. Next in line is the crop; an organ very similar the cardiac stomach. In the crop food in held until it is moved into
Your response: I learned that certain unusual animals can reproduce on their own. If a zebra shark can reproduce without a male then other animals can do the same. Sharks laying eggs without a male isn’t unusual. Leonie was with a male shark at first before she started reproducing on her own. Zebra sharks can lay several eggs throughout their lives even if the male is present.
When we put orcas into captivity, we are taking a lot more away from them than we think. A killer whale in its natural habitat plays a big role in its life. They learn hunting and survival skills, and get the proper food they need. Not only are we taking them away from their home, but we are taking them away from their families. People will capture the baby whales in nets and take them away from their pods as they desperately try to escape.
Ecosystems in a Bottle Purpose: To develop a model to describe the cycling of matter and the flow of energy among living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem. Hypothesis: Aquatic: If the snails and shrimp eat the hornwort, then the hornwort will die. If the snails, shrimp, and daphnia are in the water and the plant is dead, then the water will become murky. Terrestrial: If the worms keep decomposing the soil, then the grass will grow to be very tall. If the worms keep decomposing the soil, then the soil will lower.
A garden snail attains sexual maturity at the age of 1 to 2 years old and begins to breed. The process of reproducing happens when two hermaphrodite snail insert a special weapon covered in mucus called the ‘love darts’, and the love dart shoots up sperm into the egg and is stored until the eggs are mature enough to be fertilized. And once it it ready, the mating process begins. During the mating process, both snails will usually self-fertilize or will sometimes want help from the other snail. After fertilization is complete, the eggs will continue to develop until the eggs are ready to be laid out.
Ouranos' severed genitals are cast into the sea by Kronos, frothing, which later birthed a child, who turned out to be another god, being Aphrodite, of the Olympian distinction. On the other hand, Seven Macaw's dismembered body parts are kept by the Great White Peccary and the Great White Coati, returning the false dignity Seven Macaw had held for himself to the creators. This then brings order to the creationary process. While outwardly different, these respective roles of our fallen gods’ dismembered body parts, carry a similar meaning. They both represent obstacles to the progression of creation, barriers to the qualitative leap from the twilight world, unto the next phase of creation.
The fertilization is internal due to the male chimaera’s pelvic fins or claspers that they use to grab and hold onto the female chimaera during copulation. It is hard to study the development of the Chimaera due to the deep-water habitat in which they mostly reside. Chimaera reproduce by laying eggs; these eggs are covered in another egg layer and dropped onto the ocean floor. Their diet consists of prey such as crabs, clams, and echinoderms. The Chimaera may also eat other fish if need be.
The parasite, T. cruzi, then enters the body. It then multiplies within the cells of the body until the cells burst and release the parasites into the blood stream. Other ways it can be spread: • Blood transfusion from an infected person. • Mother to baby