Excretion in earthworm, Biology

EXCRETION IN EARTHWORM -

Main organs are nephredia, pharyngeal, integumentary & septed nephredia.

Main are septal nephredia situated on septa.Nephrostome present.

Body is having twisted & straight lobe. Terminal duct opens into gut in the end, so endonephric in nature.

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