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1. Briefly define and indicate function for the following terms1. Briefly define and indicate function for the following terms
What type of circulation is found in most molluscs b. What is unusual about the circulatory system of cephalopods? c, What types of eyes are found among molluscs? d. Compare the camera eye found in cephalopods to that found in vertebrates. Mollusc eye
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Cephalopoda dissectionCephalopoda dissection
Nautilus and the ancient cephalopods wound this visceral mass up, modern cephalopods just tip over and swim with the ancestral dorsal surface pointing in the direction that they travel. The result. Mollusc eye
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Squid anatomySquid anatomy
Siphon (Funnel) – small tube on the ventral side of a squid/octopus that can be directed in any direction for jet propulsion. Mollusc eye
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Multiple realization and the commensurability of taxonomiesMultiple realization and the commensurability of taxonomies
Instead of a matching of grains, what multiple realization really requires is a principled method for adjudicating upon differences between tokens. Shapiro’s (2000). Mollusc eye
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Anisus sp and the non-marine molluscs of Skokholm Island, PembrokeshireAnisus sp and the non-marine molluscs of Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire
Ramshorn Snails (Planorbidae, Anisus sp.) and the non-marine molluscs of Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire. Mollusc eye
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Unit – II: General characters and classification of Invertebrate phylaUnit – II: General characters and classification of Invertebrate phyla
Protozoa may be defined as microscope, unicellular, eukaryotic animalcules and perform all physiological function similar to animals. Mollusc eye
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca ClassKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class
Next is radula; anatomical structure for feeding like tounge, and their broad muscular foot. The foot also acts as a balance sensor. Mollusc eye
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Chapter 12—Life of the PaleozoicChapter 12—Life of the Paleozoic
C. Late Paleozoic: land plants and vertebrates (tetrapods and amniotes) are very successful in populating the continents. Mollusc eye
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Tentacles and arms at the cranial end of the body. The visceral massTentacles and arms at the cranial end of the body. The visceral mass
This, in turn, made them more effective predators. In addition, most cephalopods (except the nautilus) have an ink sac which can discharge a dark, cloudy liquid through the anus to confuse potential predators. Mollusc eye
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Chapter 25 The History of Life on EarthChapter 25 The History of Life on Earth
Five hundred million years ago, Antarctica was surrounded by warm ocean waters filled with tropical invertebrates. Mollusc eye
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General Zoology Biology 2154 Lab 29 Molluscs, Annelids, and ArthropodsGeneral Zoology Biology 2154 Lab 29 Molluscs, Annelids, and Arthropods
With the fins facing down, cut the squid’s mantle cavity along the long axis of the body using scissors. Pin the flaps down to expose the visceral (inner) organs. Identify the structures listed under the squid drawing below. Mollusc eye
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Recognize members of all seven classes of Phylum Mollusca that were presented to youRecognize members of all seven classes of Phylum Mollusca that were presented to you
Briefly describe the evolutionary relationships of Phylum Mollusca within the “traditional” phylogeny based on body plan. Mollusc eye
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Chapter 15 Tracing Evolutionary HistoryChapter 15 Tracing Evolutionary History
Wings have evolved from vertebrate forelimbs in three groups of land vertebrates: pterosaurs, bats, and birds. Mollusc eye
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Mollusks The mollusks are members of the large and diverse phylum MolluscaMollusks The mollusks are members of the large and diverse phylum Mollusca
The vast majority of mollusks live in marine environments, mainly on the coastal plains. However, two groups, the bivalves and the gastropods, also contain freshwater species. Mollusc eye
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Example Lesson PlanExample Lesson Plan
Newburypot High School in April 2009. Rob, the first teacher participant in Squids4Kids, presented his students with a 2-day lesson; he showed educational squid videos and had the students write about them the day before doing the. Mollusc eye
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