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I NEMATODI – Prima parte -
I nematodi, o vermi cilindrici, costituiscono il phylum più ampio degli pseudocelomati (12000 specie descritte; forse 500.000 quelle esistenti). Nematodi a vita libera sono presenti nel mare, nelle acque dolci e nel terreno; molte specie conducono vita parassitaria.
I nematodi sono ubiquitari, essendo presenti nelle regioni polari, nei tropici, nei deserti, montagne, grandi profondità marine. Alcuni occupano habitat acquatici particolari, che comprendono sorgenti calde (nelle quali la temperatura può raggiungere 53 °C) .

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