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The Living Tradition of Thelema
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The Book of the Law, Liber 220, Part II
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King James Bible: Exodus, Chapter 16
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Hemichordata, Class Enteropneusta: The Acorn Worms
Kozloff (1996) points out that acorn worms, as they are known, can be At some of these sites the worms are abundant. internal structures (Hadfield, 1975).
Roots Deuterostomes 3 or 4 Deuterostome phyla*
asexual budding. • originally classified as lophophorates. (~Bryozoa) due to convergent anatomy.
Research Roundup
echinoderms, have added so many bizarre anatomical features that they are next to useless for comparisons. Thus, the new study subject is the acorn worm.
Vertebrate Origin
Phylum Hemichordata: Pterobranchs and Acorn Worms 5. Fig. 1.
Vertebrate Story Comparative Anatomy Comparative Anatomy (cont
Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy. Biology 324. K.

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Acorn worm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most acorn worms range from 9 to 45 centimetres (3.5 to 18 in) in length, with the largest species, Balanoglossus gigas, reaching 1.
Invertebrate Anatomy
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