Physiology of mollusca

By: Wilbur, Karl M
Contributor(s): Yonge, C. M. ed
Material type: TextTextLanguage: ENG Publisher: New York Academic Press 1964Subject(s): ECOLOGIA ANIMAL | MOLUSCOSDDC classification: 574 Summary: Clasification and structure of the mollusca. physiological aspects of the ecology of intertidal molluscs. Phyusiological aspects of ecology in nonmarine molluscs. Reproduction. Developlment. The culture of marine of bivalve larvae. Growth. Shells formation and regneration. Osmotic and ionic regulation.. Muscle and neuromuscular physiology. Spcial effectors: luminous organs. chromatophores, pigments, and posion glands. Locomotion. The buoyancy of marine molluscs.
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Clasification and structure of the mollusca. physiological aspects of the ecology of intertidal molluscs. Phyusiological aspects of ecology in nonmarine molluscs. Reproduction. Developlment. The culture of marine of bivalve larvae. Growth. Shells formation and regneration. Osmotic and ionic regulation.. Muscle and neuromuscular physiology. Spcial effectors: luminous organs. chromatophores, pigments, and posion glands. Locomotion. The buoyancy of marine molluscs.

FACULTAD DE INGENIERIA QUIMICA Y AGROINDUSTRIA

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