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Tridacna - Oniks - The Continuous Body

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  1. Dizuru says:
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  2. Malmaran says:
    The lived body – experiences from adults with cerebral palsy in feeling and actions, but we also have a body and can observe and talk about it. This means that the body is both a subject and an object and this is expressed by the concept of ‘the lived body’, a con .
  3. Yozshukora says:
    clam 1 (klăm) n. 1. a. Any of various usually burrowing marine and freshwater bivalve mollusks chiefly of the subclass Heterodonta, including members of the families Veneridae and Myidae, many of which are edible. b. The soft edible body of such a mollusk. 2. Informal A close-mouthed person, especially one who can keep a secret. 3. Slang A dollar: owed.
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  5. Toshicage says:
    The effects of diet, temperature and salinity on survival of larvae of the fluted Giant clam, Tridacna squamosa Article in Journal of Conchology · May with Reads.
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  7. Dushicage says:
    Animals: Phylum Mollusca; Ziser Lecture Notes, 87 the body cavity of molluscs is a true coelom but it is greatly reduced to a small space around the heart it has become part of an open circulatory system 3. Shell in most molluscs the mantle secretes a shell which serves as a protective exoskeleton great variation in shell form and structure.
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  9. Faetaxe says:
    Fossil evidence of phylum Molluska: marine. Fossil evidence indicates mollusks evolved in the sea and most have remained marine. Fossil evidence of phylum Molluska: freshwater. Some bivalves and gastropods moved to brackish and freshwater.

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