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annelid

1. any worms of the phylum Annelida, in which the body is divided into segments both externally and internally. The group includes the earthworms, lugworm, ragworm, and leeches
2. of, relating to, or belonging to the Annelida
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Other annelid larvae were obtained in the Salish Sea, NE Pacific, and maintained at the Friday Harbor Laboratories (FHL).
Commercial feed fed groups did not have significant differences in terms of growth in length compared to nematode and annelid fed groups.
Interstitial annelids from the Caribbean Coast of Colombia
The purpose of this study is to determine if there have been changes in the settlement of larval polychaetous annelids on suspended wooden test panels in Los Angeles Harbor since 1950-1951 (Reish 1971b).
The halkieriids bore conical mollusk-like shells as well as calcareous structures similar to the chitinous bristles typical of polychaete annelid worms.
Figure 2 shows the XRD spectra of the germanium thin films that were annelid to up to 450[degrees]C for duration of 30 min have amorphous phase, since there are no peaks pointing out the crystalline structure, whereas shows clearly the onset of crystallization after annealing to a temperature of 500[degrees]C.
Increased insect and annelid (segmented worm) numbers ensure aeration and long-term nutrient cycling.
By sequencing the DNA and RNA from the accretion ice samples, the team identified thousands of bacteria, including some that are commonly found in the digestive systems of fish, crustaceans and annelid worms, in addition to fungi and two species of archaea, or single-celled organisms that tend to live in extreme environments.