The potential of pseudocelomates(rotifers) to evolve into more complex organisms
Mitotic divisions of rotifers cease early in development and an increase in body size is due to an increase in cell size, not cell number
A structure found in rotifers that is a muscular modification of the pharynx
A structure found in rotifers that is found in the mastax that looks like antlers
The "mouth" section on rotifers that is covered in clila and used for feeding and locomotion
Reproduction of rotifers (egg development) without fertilization by male gamete in rotifers
Eggs produced by rotifers when environment conditions are unfavorable
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