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Which feature is shown only by higher invertebrates, as compared to lower invertebrates? ca. bilateral symmetry cb. true coelom cc. three germ layers reset next

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The correct answer is C. The three layers of germ.

Refers to the feature that shows only higher invertebrates compared to lower invertebrates than the three germ layers.

Layers of gametes are called the main layer of cells that form during embryos. Three germ series of invertebrates are referred to as eumetazoans that include animals.

An example of an animal that produces two sets of germ cells is Cnidarian which is endoderm and ectoderm and diplomates.

Cords produce the third layer which is mesoderm and makes triplastic. Layers of gametes that carry the organs and tissues of all animals under a process called organogenesis.