Excretion in roundworm, Biology

EXCRETION IN ROUNDWORM -

In ascaris 4 coelomoducts present, attached to each other by canaliculli in front of controling cell i.e. Rennete cell.

Excretion materials are given out as urea from excretory pore.

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