Practice Quiz on Bivalves Foot

Practice Quiz on Bivalves Foot - 1 The foot of a bivalve is...

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1. The foot of a bivalve is compressed / modified into tentacles / non- existent . answer compressed 2. Bivalves live in terrestrial / primarily marine / freshwater / marine and freshwater habitats. answer marine and freshwater 3. The feeding strategy of a bivalve is best described as : herbivorous / grasping with tentacles / parasitic / filter feeder . answer filter feeder 4. In Bivalvia the gills are reiterated / not reiterated / replaced by lungs . answer not reiterated 5. The “head” of a bivalve is
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Unformatted text preview: distinct, and well-developed / indistinct and poorly developed / non-existent . answer indistinct and poorly developed 6. Bivalves have / lack a mantle. answer have 7. Bivalves are dioecious / hermaphroditic / some are dioecious others are hermaphroditic . answer some are dioecious others are hermaphroditic 8. Gastropods live in terrestrial / freshwater and marine / terrestrial, marine and freshwater habitats. answer terrestrial, marine and freshwater...
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  • Spring '08
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  • Siphon, Filter feeder, Scallop, freshwater habitats

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