nemotoda - Bivalvia Ex clams oysters mussels& scallops...

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1. Mollusca a. Characteristics i. Tissue level organization 1. Triploblastic ii. Bilateral symmetry 1. No segmentation iii. Coelomate 1. Body cavity in mesoderm iv. Marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats b. Maintenance functions i. Locomotion 1. Head-Foot Feeding Complete digestive system Gas exchange Gills, lung, mantle, or body surface Elimination of wastes Mantle cavity Reproduction Classes Gastropoda Largest and most diverse Mollusca Ex.) snails and slugs Marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats
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Unformatted text preview: Bivalvia Ex.) clams, oysters, mussels, & scallops Most are filter feeders Cephalopoda Most complex mollusc Ex.) octopuses, squid, nautiluses Uses foot to capture prey Jet like locomotion Closed circulatory system Zebra Mussel Under class Bivalvia Habitat destruction, pollution, and invasion threaten freshwater mussels Covers fat pocketbook mussel so well where FPM can't feed Since FPM is endangered, pearl buttons are will be replaced w/ plastic buttons...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course ZOO 114 taught by Professor Keane during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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