Fill in the table “Comparative characteristics of white planaria, hepatic fluke and bovine tapeworm”

Signs White planaria Hepatic fluke Bovine tapeworm
Body shape in cross section Flat Flat Flat
Symmetry type Bilateral Bilateral Bilateral
Presence of eyes +
The presence of attachment organs + +
The presence of a skin-muscle sac + + +
Features of breathing Whole body surface Whole body surface Whole body surface
Excretory system + + +
The degree of development of the nervous system Well developed Well developed Well developed
Is hermaphrodite + + +
Is fertility great + +
Simple or complex development cycle Plain Complicated Complicated
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