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OpenStudy (anonymous):

any one good in animal physiology??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

plz post some ques for me related to caockroach and earthworm

OpenStudy (anonymous):

why earthworm skin colour is reddish brown??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Because of the blood vessels in its opaque skin :P

OpenStudy (anonymous):

where is is the wingspanroaches brain located?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lol not wingspan

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that was my second question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hmm no.. it is because as they eat dead material from soil in which leaves is also present in which porphyrin ring is there which got engulfed by them and makes its kin colour reddish brown

OpenStudy (anonymous):

time pleae did u see esmail ques

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah but it messed up lol it was "where is the wingspanroaches brain located"

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its brain i in the form of nerve ring

OpenStudy (anonymous):

why does it keep sayong wingspan >:o

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the cokroaches brain is actually spread thoughout the innerds of its body

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok... wingspan i dunno dis ans plz tell

OpenStudy (anonymous):

3- 4 inches. but the worlds largest cokroach was 2 pounds. and had a 8 inch wingspan

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh.. ok nw my turn in adult how many sternum found in male and female

OpenStudy (anonymous):

8 in female 9 in male

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no 7 in female and 9 in male

OpenStudy (anonymous):

how many layers of skin do they have, and what are they called?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

who coackraoch ??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

uhmm.. three layer cuticle epidermis last one unable to reacall..

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the last one is called the Dermis (:

OpenStudy (anonymous):

...ok tell me what happen to rest 3 sternum of female as in child stage there are 10 sternum and in adult there is 7 sternnum

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the eighth and ninth sternum jointly form a genital pouch

OpenStudy (anonymous):

k ur turn

OpenStudy (anonymous):

earthworms have a beter chance of survival on their own, or in captivity?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

captivity means?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

like, not for use, just lets say.. in a box with the proper food and sun and such to survive

OpenStudy (anonymous):

on their own not in captivity

OpenStudy (anonymous):

in earthworm how many vessel are found??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

earthworms can be kept alive for 6 years, but in the wild probably live two years at the most

OpenStudy (anonymous):

billions, possibly trillions, has anybody really counted?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

uhmm : blood vesel: 2 lateral, 1dorasl, 1 ventral, 2sub oesphageal vessel, 1 subneural , 1 supra oesphageal , 1pair in each segment commisural (from 14 to last )

OpenStudy (anonymous):

nice to meet u and thnx.. but nw i have to go its bed time bye,,,,,

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok bye (:

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