Nematoda are commonly called Aschelminthes, thread worms or round worms. They comprise of unsegmented, cylindrical, or thread-like worms. Most of them are parasitic although a few, such as Rabditida,  are free-living. Nemathelminthes/Nematoda have various lateral lines and pores are present on the surface of the body. They are triploblastic, bilaterally symmetrical and have organ system … Read More