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what makes arthropods unique
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Weegy: In the constantly changing market environment, consumers develop new needs and wants, which need to be met and satisfied. [ To anticipate the rapid swifts in consumer preferences, organizations need to launch unique products or services in order to remain viable and competitive. Product uniqueness is a differentiation strategy, which is concerned with the launch of a product or a service for unmet needs. Typically, a firm's profitability is subject to the attractiveness of the industry in which it operates and the firm's positioning in the market. Through product differentiation organizations try to achieve a competitive advantage by increasing the perceived value of their products and services relative to the perceived value of the products and services of their competitors. ]
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User: why are arthropods u nique

Weegy: well few important characters are- 1they are bilateral symmetrical. 2 ther is an open circulatry system 3 well defined blood vessel is not ther. 4 they hav jointed legs 5 it is the lagrest group of animals.
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Did you mean chilopoda?

Chi`lop´o`da
n. pl. 1. (Zool.) One of the orders of myriapods, including the centipedes. They have a single pair of elongated legs attached laterally to each segment; well developed jaws; and a pair of thoracic legs converted into poison fangs. They are insectivorous, very active, and some species grow to the length of a foot.
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Millipedes: Diplopoda - Physical Characteristics

Millipedes usually have long wormlike bodies that measure 0.08 to 11.8 inches (2 to 300 millimeters) in length. However, bristly millipedes resemble small (0.16 inches; 4 millimeters) caterpillars that are covered with tufts of stiff hairlike structures. Pill millipedes have short wide bodies that roll up into a ball just like pillbugs. Most millipedes are brownish, blackish, or dark greenish, but many are pale or pinkish. Others are brightly marked with yellow or red. The head has two pairs of jaws. The eyes, if they have any at all, are simple and have only one lens each. The antennae (an-TEH-nee), or sense organs, are short and seven-segmented.

The usually stiff bodies of millipedes are either flattened, rounded, or dome-shaped in cross-section and divided into eleven to 192 segments, depending on age and species. Each segment is formed while the millipede is still in the egg by the joining of two body segments. This is why most of the body segments have two pairs of legs. The first and last body segments are always legless. The first legless segment is a heavily armored collarlike segment that separates the head from the rest of the body. Segments two through four have one or two pair of legs each, except in the males of one group of millipedes where these legs are specialized and used for reproduction. Adults have anywhere from eleven pairs (twenty-two legs) to 375 pairs (750 legs) of legs. Males and females look very similar to one another, but males usually have longer legs so they can grasp the female while mating. The legs of millipedes are attached directly underneath the body and are only slightly visible on the sides, if at all. This arrangement gives them the power they need for burrowing and allows them to get into narrow spaces without breaking off legs. The common name millipede, meaning "thousand-legger," refers to the fact that millipedes often have a lot of legs and not to a specific number.



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