Excretion in flatworm, Biology

EXCRETION IN FLATWORM -

Main organs are flame cells, having bundle of cillia.

It receives solute and water from surrounding tissue fluid by ultra filtration & discharge the filtrate into nephredial ducts.

Here reabsorption occur. Excretory material are given out through excretory pore.

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