Arthropod Parasite


Arthropods shape a colossal gathering of little coelomate creatures with "jointed appendages" (consequently the name arthro-cases). They show division of their bodies (metamerism) which is frequently veiled in grown-ups on the grounds that their 10-25 body portions are joined into 2-3 useful gatherings (called tagmata). Arthropods have an inflexible cuticular exoskeleton comprising for the most part of tanned proteins and chitin. The exoskeleton gives physical and physiological assurance and fills in as a place for muscle connection attachments.


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