lamellibranch


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lamellibranch

see BIVALVE.

lamellibranch

see bivalve.
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In the late Permian, paleoclimate was semi-humid, and ancient organisms included Angara flora, ostracods, bivalves, conchostracan and freshwater lamellibranch.
According to Atkins (1938), the general ctenidial ciliation of the lamellibranchs is well defined and appears to be conserved among the different species of freshwater mussels.
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.
Oxygen consumption of 3 species of lamellibranch molluscs--the black clam Arctica islandica, the Norway cockle Laevicardium crassum, and the blue mussel Mytilus edulis also declined under low oxygen tension (Bayne 1971a).
The fine structure of Cristispira from the lamellibranch Cryptomya californica Conrad.
The identification and classification of lamellibranch larvae.