lamellibranch

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Synonyms for lamellibranch

marine or freshwater mollusks having a soft body with platelike gills enclosed within two shells hinged together

bivalve

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The mechanisms of particle capture and transport are similar to those seen in lamellibranch bivalves, in that the beating of lateral gill cilia draws water into the mantle cavity while other cilia capture particles on the gill surface for subsequent entanglement in mucus (Ward et al., 1994, 1998; Ward, 1996; Ward and Shumway, 2004; Beninger et al., 2007; reviewed by De-Clerk, 1995; Shumway et al., 2014).
Premiere note sur le developpement et la morphologic de la coquille chez les lamellibranches. Bull.
On the structure and significance of some aberrant forms of lamellibranch gills.
Fine structure of the gastric shield in the lamellibranch bivalve, Lasaea rubra (Montagu).
On the ciliary mechanisms and interrelationships of lamellibranchs. Part VIII: Notes on gill musculature in the microciliobranchia.
On the ciliary mechanisms and interrelationships of the lamellibranchs. Part VIII.
The intertidal lamellibranchs of Southampton Water, with particular reference to Cerastoderma edule and C.
Thigmotrichoids are a heterogenous group, being characterized only by living in or on invertebrates, predominantly in the mantle cavity of lamellibranchs (Fenchel 1965).
Urine formation in the lamellibranchs: evidence for ultrafiltration and quantitative description.
An apparatus for recording the water-pumping behaviour of lamellibranchs. Netherlands J.
Family Gymnophallidae (Odhner 1905) comprises a small group of digeneans that live in the intestine, gall-bladder and bursa Fabricii of Charadriiformes (shore birds) and Anseriformes (diving ducks) that feed primarily on intertidal lamellibranchs, gastropods and benthic polychaetes (Nolso 2002).
The mode of feeding of Crepidula with an account of the current-producing mechanism in the mantle cavity, and some remarks on the mode of feeding in gastropods and lamellibranchs. J.
Copper has also been found particularly high in oysters relative to other lamellibranchs (Vinogradov 1953, Brooks & Rumsby 1965).