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all mollusks have what characteristics
Bilateral symmetry and coelm
what body parts do mollusks share?
1. foot- locomotion
2. head-mouth, sense organs, simple brain
3. mantle- thin membrane around vescelral mass
4. calcium carbonate shell
5. visceral mass- digestive, excretory, and reproductive organs
what are the three layers of shell
horny, parismatic, pearly
how do mollusks repirate
1. gills
2. mantel cavity
excretion by:
Nephridia- remove amonia from waste
what are the 3 groups of Mollusks
1. hachet foot (bivalves- 2 shells)
2. gastropods (stomach footed)

3. Cephalopod (head footed)
1. anus
2. mantle cavity
3. gill
4. shell
5. coelom
6. heart
7. testes/ovaries
8. mantle
9. stomach
10. muscles
11. nerve cords
12. intestine
13. ganglia
14. mouth
1. head foot
2. visceral mass
3. mantle
4. mantle cavity
5. ganglia
6. mouth
7. ganglia
8. stomach
9. gill
10. anus
11. shell
12. muscles
13. coelom
14. heart
15. testes/ovaries
16. intestine
what are the 3 classes of mollusks
gastropoda
bivalvia
cephalopoda
1. adductor muscle
2.stomach
3. shell
4. heart
5. kidney
6. adductor muscle
7. anus
8. excurrent siphon
9. incurrent siphon
10. gills
11. mantle
12. intestine
13. foot
14. mouth
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