Phylum and nutrition

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Phylum/DivisionSample 1: ChrysophytaSample 2: AnnelidaSample 3: ArthropodaSample 4: AmphibiaSample 5: AvesCommon FeatureNutritionHow does the organism break down and absorb food?Food get absorb by diffusion; they absorb food by endocytosis. They break down food by lysosomes Food is sucked up by earthworms mouth and gets passed through to earthworms pharynx, or throat. The food passes through the esophagus, and into crop that moistens and stores the food temporarily. If the crop is moistened, it moves to the gizzards and churns the food inside. Arthropoda have specialized dis

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