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Unformatted text preview: -+/- shell 4. Bivalves loss of the radula-clams, scallops, mussels, oysters-2 valves B. Characteristics Visceral mass (soft body) Exoskeleton of 1,2, or 8 parts Reduced coelom, large hemocoel C. Synapomorphies Radula Mantle/Mantle cavity Muscular foot Calcareous secretions from mantle III. Cephalopods A. Mantle locomotion Circular and radial muscles Fixed length and variable diameter B. Tentacles and arms Circular and longitudinal muscles Variable length and fixed volume C. Suckers Circular and radial muscles IV. Muscles A. The concept of muscle antagonists B. The concept of muscular hydrostats-Cephalopods mostly small, some big Move with propulsion due to circular muscle contractions Muscular Hydrostats: Squid Tentacles V. Bryozoans A. Characteristics 1. All colonial 2. Ramets are all small (<5mm) 3. U-shaped gut, anus near mouth B. Synapomorphies 1. Retractable lophophore...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course BIO G 102 taught by Professor Walcott during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
- Spring '08