Question:

Crustaceans (and Arthropods in general) are encased in an armored exoskeleton. Their growth and increase in size is made possibl

Crustaceans (and Arthropods in general) are encased in an armored
exoskeleton. Their growth and increase in size is made possible by ... ?
stretching the exoskeleton.
O adding segments onto the posterior end of the exoskeleton
secreting acid to dissolve the old exoskeleton.
O molting the exoskeleton.

Crustaceans (and Arthropods in general) are encased in an armored exoskeleton. Their growth and increase in size is made possible by ... ? stretching the exoskeleton. O adding segments onto the posterior end of the exoskeleton secreting acid to dissolve the old exoskeleton. O molting the exoskeleton.

Answer

In crustaceans the growth of the
animal occurs by shedding of old
exoskeleton and formation of new
exoskeleton. Immediately after ecdysis
the newly synthesized cuticle up
takes
water to expand new exoskeleton
thereby size.
Hence answer :(0) molting of the
exoskeleton.

You have used all your credits.

Download the app to see the question answer.

In crustaceans the growth of the animal occurs by shedding of old ex... Download the app for the rest