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POLYMORPHISM IN CNIDARIA (COELENTERATE)

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Published: Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Updated: Wednesday, 19 April 2017 21:33
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POLYMORPHISM: PHYSALIA
POLYMORPHISM: PHYSALIA

Abstract: Coelenterate animals may show a number of zooids. They are of different forms. They take up different functions. These are called polymorphism. This phenomenon is called polymorphism. (Such a colony is called 'Polymorphic' colony). Polymorphism denotes division of labor among the zooids of the individual. Polymorphism is one of the Coelenterate animals characteristics feature.

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POLYMORPHISM IN CNIDARIA (COELENTERATE)
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