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PHYLUM MOLLUSCA GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS MOLLUSC ECOLOGY STRUCTURE & FUNCTION GENERAL STRUCTURE HEAD-FOOT VISCERAL MASS M A N T L E MANTLE CAVITY STRUCTURES IN THE HEAD-FOOT RADULA
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FOOT STRUCTURES IN THE VISCERAL MASS M A N T L E MANTLE CAVITY SHELL PEARLS ORGAN SYSTEMS DIGESTIVE SYSTEM RESPIRATORY SYSTEM CIRCULATORY SYSTEM E X C R E T I O N NERVOUS SYSTEM
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REPRODUCTION MEMBERS CLASS POLYPLACOPHERA (CHITONS) CLASS SCAPHOPODA (TUSK & TOOTH SHELLS) CLASS GASTROPODA
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Unformatted text preview: GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS TORSION COILING ECOLOGY MARINE GASTROPODS NUDIBRANCHS FRESHWATER & TERRESTRIAL MEMBERS CLASS BIVALVIA GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS SHELLS STRUCTURE FEEDING CARDIOVASCULAR & NERVOUS SYSTEMS MEMBERS BIVALVES & HUMANS CLASS CEPHALOPODA GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS FEEDING SHELLS NERVOUS SYSTEM I N K MOVEMENT MEMBERS: Nautilis MEMBERS: SQUIDS & CUTTLEFISH MEMBERS: OCTOPUS MOLLUSC PHYLOGENY...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course ZOO 2010 taught by Professor Obenauf during the Spring '09 term at Broward College.

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