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B b velum pied manteau ébauche de coquille bivalve Annélides et Mollusques sont des représentants des Métazoaires triploblastiques cœlomates protostomiens et hyponeuriens. Ils appartiennent tous deux au groupe des Lophotrochozoaires (Eutrochozoaires), possédant en particulier une larve de type trochophore. 3. Le développement du mésoderme : les Triploblastiques cœlomates protostomiens 55 Les Plathelminthes L’embranchement des Plathelminthes est formé d’organismes vermiformes libres vivant en milieu marin (Convoluta roscoffensis) ou en eau douce (nombreuses Planaires comme Dugesia, Polycelis) et plus rarement en milieu terrestre (habitat humide, Rhynchodemus).

30. Petite Douve (montage in toto), x 26. Trématode parasite des canaux biliaires du Mouton, présentant une organisation voisine de celle de la Grande Douve.

Grande Douve (coupe d’un adulte in situ), x 51. La Grande Douve adulte vit dans les voies biliaires du Mouton ou de l’Homme. 28. Grande Douve (coupe transversale), x 14. La présence d’un parenchyme d’origine mésodermique entourant les organes atteste de l’appartenance de la Grande Douve aux Triploblastiques et justifie le qualificatif d’acœlomate employé pour la décrire. 3. 29. Cycle de développement de la Grande Douve 59 Le cycle de développement de la Grande Douve est complexe : il implique des phases de vie parasitaire intéressant plusieurs hôtes et alternant avec des phases de vie libre.

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