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Posted on: 04:12:46 PM on August 4, 2013
what is the difference between amphids & phasmids


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Posted on: 08:03:52 PM on August 5, 2013
Phasmids are unicellular sensilia in the lateral tail region of certain species of nematodes. They are similar in their structure to amphid sensilla, but smaller. Phasmid neurons were recently shown to function in modulation of chemorepulsion behavior.



Posted on: 08:29:13 PM on July 18, 2016
Phasmids are unicellular sensilia in the lateral tail region of certain species of nematodes. They are similar in their structure to amphid sensilla, but smaller. Phasmid neurons were recently shown to function in modulation of chemorepulsion behavior.



Posted on: 11:43:48 PM on September 19, 2017
amphids is a chemoreceptor in nematodes & phasmid is a gastroreceptor in aschehalmenthes



Posted on: 01:11:38 PM on November 29, 2017
amphids and phasmids are the sence organs in nematodans 1.they acts as a characterstics in theclassification of nematods into 2 classes known as aphasmida and phasmida 2.amphids are cuticular depressions around he mouth which are chemoreceptor in function 3.phasmids are gastroreceptor in function



Posted on: 03:49:13 PM on January 16, 2018
Amphids and phasmids are present in nematodes as sense organs. Amphids: These are the cuticular depressions present on the lips surrounding the mouth in nematodes such as Aphasmidia animals and serve as Chemoreceptors. Phasmids: These are the well developed sensory organs and they occur in some nematodes such as phasmidia animals.





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