Evolution: Protostomes and Deuterostomes
Once multicellular organisms evolved bilateral symmetry, they soon split into two major evolutionary lines: Protostomes and Dueterostomes. Examples of protostomes include insects, earthworms, and clams; examples of dueterostomes include humans, snakes, and sea urchins.
What is the scientific/evolutionary basis of dividing most multicellular animals into these two groups and list two (2) specific differences theses two groups exhibit.
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