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Animal biology

Starfish

 

Internal anatomy of a starfish: marine animal with radiating symmetry. They are equipped with numerous tube feet.
Sieve plate: entrance to the water-vascular system of a starfish.
Anus: end of the digestive tract of a starfish.
Rectal cecum: cul-de-sac related to the rectum.
Ray: limb of a starfish.
Ring canal: tube that forms a ring of a starfish.
Tube feet: organ of locomotion of a starfish.
Digestive gland: organ of a starfish that secrets digestive enzymes.
Cardiac portion of the stomach: part of the stomach of a starfish used for pumping blood.
Pyloric portion of the stomach: part of the stomach of a starfish connected to the duodenum.




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