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Molecular data suggests that the Lophotrochozoa is a new clade of bilaterally symmetric animals that originally included phyla s

Molecular data suggests that the Lophotrochozoa is a new clade of bilaterally symmetric animals that originally included phyla separated by differences
in body plan (those lacking a coelom, possessing a pseudocoelom, or possessing a true coelom). Check all of the phyla that are included under this new
taxonomic classification.
Check All That Apply
Chordata.
Platyhelminthes.
Echinodermata.
Mollusca
Annelida.
Ctenophora.

Molecular data suggests that the Lophotrochozoa is a new clade of bilaterally symmetric animals that originally included phyla separated by differences in body plan (those lacking a coelom, possessing a pseudocoelom, or possessing a true coelom). Check all of the phyla that are included under this new taxonomic classification. Check All That Apply Chordata. Platyhelminthes. Echinodermata. Mollusca Annelida. Ctenophora.

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