what is the movement in earthworm called?

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catwalk

 

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is the ans. of my ques. is catwalk.

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Earthworms move by crawling. They have fine muscles just underneath their skin that contract and cause
them to shorten and lengthen their bodies & thus, facilitating their movement .

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 EARTHWORMS MOVE MY CRAWLING . THEY HAVE TINY HAIR LIKE BRISTLES THAT HELP THE EARTHWORM TO GRIP THE SURFACE AND PULL ITS BODY FORWARD.

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the motion is known as LOCOMOTION

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no the movement is known as locomotion.i have studied about it

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The motion is called PERISTALSIS

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An earthworm moves by contraction and relaxation of its body segments.
with the help of chaeta.


 
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CRAWLING
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The movement in earthworm is called peristalsis.During movement the earthworm first extends the front part of the body, keeping the rear portion fixed to the ground.Then,it fixes the front end and releases the rare end.It then shortens the body and pulls the rare end forward.This makes it move by a small distance. Thus the earthworm moves by repeating such muscle expansion and contraction.
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An earthworm moves by crawling, produced by the alternate contraction and relaxation of muscles of its body wall. The contraction of muscles makes the body short and thick, whereas relaxation of muscles makes the body long and narrow. The bristle-like projections called setae provide grip to the earthworm.
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Earthworms travel underground by the means of waves of muscular contractions which alternately shorten and lengthen the body (peristalsis). The shortened part is anchored to the surrounding soil by tiny claw-like bristles (setae) set along its segmented length.
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Earthworms move with help of tiny, stiff hair-like projections called bristles. Earthworms move forward by repeated contractions and relaxations of their muscles in the skin. A slimy substance secreted by the earthworm helps in its movement.
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peristalsis
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the motion is locomaotion ok
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Periatalsis
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EARTH WORM

the body of earth worm is made up many rings end to end. an earthworm does not have bones. it has muscles which help to extend and shorten the body durning movement, the earthworm first extends the front part of the body,keeping the rear portion fixed to the ground. then it fixes the front end and release the rear end. it then shortens the body and pulls the rear end forward. this makes it moves forward by a small distance.reoeating such muscles expansions and contractions, tje earthworm can move through soil. its body secretes aslimy substance to help movement.

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Earthworms move by contacting &expanding their bodies
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Peristalsis
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An earthworm moves by crawling, produced by the alternate contraction and relaxation of muscles of its body wall. ... The bristle-like projections called setae provide grip to the earthworm.
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Biology: Movement of EarthwormAn earthworm moves using circular and longitudinal muscles, as well as bristles called setae. The earthworm can push the setae out of its body to grab the soil around it. To move forward, the worm uses its setae to anchor the front of its body and contracts the longitudinal muscles to shorten its body.


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The movement in earthwarm called scale
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DEAG
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persistalsis
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LOCOMOTION IS THE CORRECT ANSWER
 
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THE EARTHWORM MOVES BY ALTERNATE EXTENSION AND CONTRACTION OF THE BODY EFFECTED BY THE MUSCLES
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The movement in earthworm is called as PERISTALSIS.
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Earthworms move by crawling. They have fine muscles just underneath their skin that contract and cause
them to shorten and lengthen their bodies & thus, facilitating their movement .

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    The movement in earthworm is called peristalsis. During movement the earthworm first extends the front part of the body, keeping the rear portion fixed to the ground. Then,it fixes the front end and releases the rare end.It then shortens the body and pulls the rare end forward. This makes it move by a small distance.
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    Earthworms travel underground by the means of waves of muscular contractions which alternately shorten and lengthen the?body?(peristalsis).
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    Earthworms movement is called as PERISTALSIS
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    the movement of earthworm is presidential
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    Earthworms?travel?underground by the?means?of waves of muscular contractions which alternately shorten and lengthen the body (peristalsis). The shortened part is anchored to the surrounding soil by tiny claw-like bristles (setae) set along its segmented length. It is called expansion and contraction
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    Earthworms have fine muscles present under their skin that help them to move. They move by crawling.
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    An earthworm body is made up of several parts called segments. It moves by lengthening and shortening these segments.
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