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Dissection Clam 1.Foot 2.Mantle 3.Umbo of the shell 4.Anterior adductor muscle 5.Omit 6.Esophagus 7.Stomach 8.Digestive gland 9.Intestine 10.Nephridium 11.Gills 12.Gonad
Dissection Continued Posterior 1.Foot 2.Mantle 3.Posterior adductor muscle 4.Omit 5.Stomach 6.Digestive gland 7.Intestine 8.Rectum 9.Anus 10.Gills 11.Heart 12.Omit 13.Nephridium 14. Gonad
1.Incurrent siphon 2.Excurrent siphon 3.Intestine 4.Anus 5.Hinge Ligament 6.Heart 7.Gills 8.Omit 9.Mantle 10.Foot 11. Anterior adductor muscle 12. Posterior adductor muscle
1.Lateral hinge teeth 2.Gill 3.Mantle 4.Posterior Adductor muscle 5.Anterior adductor muscle 6.Omit
Shell 1.Hinge ligament 2.Umbo 3.Lateral hinge teeth 4.Omit 5.Anterior adductor muscle 6.Posterior adductor muscle 5. Anterior adductor muscle 6. Posterior adductor muscle 7. Nacreous layer
1. Umbo Hinge Ligament Growth lines
Parts Quiz Practice. This space that you see when you open the clam’s shell is the ______________ mantle cavity.
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