The earthworm's crop is responsible for storing food after it has passed through
the esophagus, which possesses calciferous glands that release calcium ...
Locate the worm's mouth and anus. checkbox. Note the swelling of the
earthworm near its anterior side - this is the clitellum. Label the clitellum.
The burrowing and feeding activity of earthworms have numerous beneficial
effects on overall soil quality for crop production.
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by stimulating soil biology, growing cover crops to build soil structure, using ...
The cerebral ganglion, located at the front of the worm, serves as the brain. This
nerve bundle ... Worms and birds both use their crop as a food storage chamber.
This publication provides basic information on earthworm ecology, the effects of
... The degree of importance of earthworms in maintaining soil and crop ...
Gizzard: pocket used as the stomach of an earthworm. Dorsal blood vessel:
blood vessel situated in the rear part of an earthworm. Crop: bulge of the
The esophagus, in segments 6–13, acts as a passageway between the pharynx
and the crop. The crop stores food temporarily. The mixture that the earthworm ...
Hearing: Earthworms have no ears, but their bodies can sense the vibrations of
animals ... The intestine extends over two-thirds of the worm's body length. In the
Effects of agricultural management practices on earthworm populations and crop
yield: validation and application of a mechanistic modelling approach ...