Arthropod Parasite

Arthropods type a large assemblage of tiny fluid-filled cavity at intervals the body of most cellular animals with articulated limbs. They exhibit segmentation of their bodies that is commonly disguised in adults thanks to their 10-25 body segments that square measure combined into 2-3 practical teams referred to as tagmata. They exhibit variable degrees of cephalization, sensory receptors and feeding structures within the head region.

Arthropods possess a rigid cuticle form skeleton consisting primarily of proteins and polysaccharide. The skeleton is typically arduous and insoluble that is indigestible and inseminated with metal salts. The skeleton provides physical and physiological protection. Skeletal plates square measure joined by versatile body part membranes and therefore the joints may be referred to as hinges or pivots made of chondyles and sockets.

 

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