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1 MORE MOLLUSKS VOCAB

2 RADULA TONGUE covered with teeth unique to mollusks Used to drill OR scrape food off surfaces NO RADULA IN BIVALVES Image from:

3 CHROMATOPHORES Pigments in the skin that help organisms blend in with their surroundings Image from:

4 COELOM = body cavity In organisms with OPEN CIRCULATION coelom contains circulatory fluid (blood) = HEMOCOEL Blood = HEMOLYMPH Image:

5 CLAMS Strain food from water = FILTER FEEDERS Clams stay in one place = SESSILE

6 MARINE/FRESH WATER MARINE – live in salt water FRESH WATER- live in ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, etc. Image:

7 TROCHOPHORE LARVA Found in all AQUATIC mollusks EXCEPT CEPHALOPODS

8 TORSION in Gastropods Twisting of body 180 ° during development

9 Clam from: CLASSES of MOLLUSKS BIVALVES Clams, oysters, scallops

10 BIVALVES 2 SHELLS FILTER FEEDERS Only mollusks WITHOUT A RADULA Only mollusks WITHOUT CEPHALIZATION OPEN CIRCULATION INDIRECT DEVELOPMENT with a TROCHOPHORE LARVA SESSILE as ADULTS

11 CLASSES of MOLLUSKS Snails, slugs, conchs, nudibranchs

12 GASTROPODS MOST HAVE 1 SHELL MOST SLOW CRAWLING –VEGGIE GRAZERS with RADULA CEPHALIZATION OPEN CIRCULATION Aquatic ones have INDIRECT DEVELOPMENT with a TROCHOPHORE LARVA TORSION (twisting of body)

13 CLASSES of MOLLUSKS CEPHALOPODS

14 CEPHALOPODS MOST HAVE NO SHELL FAST SWIMMING CARNIVORES (RADULA) CEPHALIZATION Only mollusks with CLOSED CIRCULATION Only group with DIRECT DEVELOPMENT CHROMATOPHORES for camouflage MOST INTELLIGENT of the INVERTEBRATES Many have INK for defense


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