ⓘ Water vascular system
The water vascular system is a hydraulic system used by echinoderms, such as sea stars and sea urchins, for locomotion, food and waste transportation, and respiration. The system is composed of canals connecting numerous tube feet. Echinoderms move by alternately contracting muscles that force water into the tube feet, causing them to extend and push against the ground, then relaxing to allow the feet to retract.
The exact structure of the system varies slightly, five classes of echinoderms. This system is part of the coelomic cavity of echinoderms, together with the extant haemal or haemal system, perivisceral extant gonadal and perihaemal extant.
Other terms sometimes used to refer to the vascular system of water supply "system ambulacral" and "aquifer system". In the past, "aquifer system" is also used to refer to many unrelated invertebrates structure, but today it is limited to water channels in sponges and hydrostatic skeleton of some mollusks, as Polinices.
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