Lab Final Review--Mollusca

Lab Final Review--Mollusca - Phylum Mollusca (5 Classes)...

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Phylum   Mollusca (5 Classes)  Polyplaco phora  –  Many plates on a foot   Cephalopoda –  Head foot Gastropoda –  Stomach   Scaphopoda –  Tusk shell Bi valvia  –  Hatchet foot  foot Pol icemen  ce nsor  ga ls  in  sc ant  bi kinis!
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Typical questions for Mollusca How many of these specimens posses a radula? Which ones are filter feeders? Which have undergone torsion? Detorsion? Name the function of the mantle? Name a class used for currency Which specimens have lungs?                (Just have think of which live on land vs. in water……) Name the oldest part of a univalve shell? Bivalve?
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Answers…maybe Gastropods, Cephalopoda, Mono-, A- & Polyplacophora  Bivalvia (Scaphopoda….have a captacula) Gastropods  Opisthobranchia (sea hares & sea slugs)  and the land slugs of the Pulmonata Mantle secretes the shell Scaphopoda
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIO bsc2011L taught by Professor Spears during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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Lab Final Review--Mollusca - Phylum Mollusca (5 Classes)...

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