Classes of Nematodes?

Answer Nematodes, commonly known as roundworms, are a diverse phylum with more than 28,000 different species that have been distinguished. Roundworms are so diverse that they can be found in virtually an... Read More »

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Creeping Nematodes?

Cutaneous larva migrans (CLM), more colorfully called "creeping nematodes," infest approximately 700 million people annually. Nematodes are a kind of hookworm. The "creeping" descriptor refers to h... Read More »

Are earthworms nematodes?

Nematodes are cylindrical worms, commonly called round worms. They lack any segments in their body. Earthworms are segmented worms, meaning that they are segmented internally and externally. These ... Read More »

Hookworm & Nematodes?

Nematodes are unsegmented parasitic worms that live in huge numbers in water, soil, plants and animals. Hookworm is a roundworm infestation that can cause disease in the intestines and lungs. ... Read More »

Are Criminal Justice Classes Different From Criminology Classes?

For students with an interest in furthering their legal studies, it is important to differentiate between criminal justice and criminology -- two aspects of the law that complement each other but a... Read More »