On the ciliary mechanism and interrelationships of lamellibranchs
bivalves typically have siphons or highly modified, siphon-like portions of the mantle tissue edge and a pair of shell valves to direct water into the mantle cavity and to adjust the rate of inflow, calyptraeid gastropods have no siphons and only a single shell valve.
The mechanism of feeding, digestion and assimilation in the lamellibranch
The structure of the latero-frontal cirri on the gills of certain lamellibranch
molluscs and their role in suspension feeding.
Cytological aspect of fertilization in lamellibranch
, Mytilus edulis I.
On the structure and significance of some aberrant forms of lamellibranch
Oxygen uptake and transport in the lamellibranch
mollusk Modiolus demissus.
The scaphopod velum has been homologized with the lamellibranch
Filtering, feeding, and digestion in the lamellibranch
The effects of acidic seawater on three species of lamellibranch
An unsuspected source of error in studies of particle transport by lamellibranch
Electrophysiological properties of resting secretory membranes of lamellibranch
As is typical of lamellibranch
gills, the frontal region is composed of frontal, laterofrontal, and lateral ciliated cells; a central blood vessel; and supporting connective tissue.
The "left-right phenomenon"; sorting of lamellibranch
valves on sandy beaches.