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To avoid being digested by their host, endoparasites have a thick protective covering called the a. cell wall. c. protoplasm. b. cilia. d. tegument.
To avoid being digested by their host, endoparasites have a thick protective covering called the: TEGUMENT.
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The levels of organization within the human body include: groups of cells with similar functions organized into organs, groups of organs with similar functions organized into tissues, and groups of tissues with similar functions organized into organ systems. This is FALSE.
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