radula

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radula

(răj′o͝o-lə)
n. pl. radu·lae (-lē′)
A flexible tonguelike organ found in most mollusks, having rows of horny teeth on the surface and used in feeding for scraping or cutting.

rad′u·lar adj.

radula

a rasping organ of molluscs situated in a sac on the underside of the BUCCAL cavity. It is used for tearing plant material by rubbing it against the hardened surface of the mouth.