TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ODONTOPHORE»
The term «odontophore» is barely ever used and occupies the 197.045
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ODONTOPHORE»
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Dorylaimida: Free-Living, Predaceous and Plant-Parasitic ...
ODONTOPHORE (Figs. 10 and 11) This part of the feeding apparatus is very
important, second only to the odontostyle. It is formed by the cuticularisation of
the anteriormost part of the oesophagus (oesophagostome) and functions as a
Mohammad Shamim Jairajpuri, Wasim Ahmad, 1992
Behavior and Its Neural Control in Gastropod Molluscs
Protraction Esophagus — ' ""* Odontophore Mouth Phase 3. Swallow retraction
Phase 2, Rasp retraction Figure 7.1. Movements of buccal mass structures during
feeding in Lymnaea stagnalis. At rest and between cycles, the odontophore ...
Ronald Chase Professor of Biology McGill University, 2002
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
SUBCLASS SOMASTEROIDEA Spencer (1951) and Fell (1963) summarised the
main features of this subclass. One distinctive feature not previously included in
diagnoses is the absence of an odontophore. In juvenile somasteroids ...
The jaws are elliptical and bear numerous small and two to three large teeth-like
processes. The jaws divide the buccal cavity into an anterior smaller part, called
vestibule, and a large posterior part. 2. Odontophore : Behind the jaws, the floor ...
Dr. M. C. Bhatnagar, Dr. Geeta Bansal
PROCEEDINGS OF THE Academy of Natural Sciences of PHILADELPHIA
The radula is formed in the odontophore. This consists of four parts, which can be
best understood by a reference to the figures. Fig. 4 a (Pl. X) represents a
horizontal section through the posterior portion of the odontophore. Fig. 4 b (Pl. X
) is a ...
Modern Text Book of Zoology: Invertebrates
Sphincter regulates the opening of the buccal glands x oesophagus v subradular
membrane lateral cartilage of odontophore buccal cavity muscles of odontophore
subradular organ Jaw -sphincter vestibule sublingual cavity Fig. 6. Pila. Buccal ...
The Invertebrates: A Synthesis
(i) Radular ribbon b Odontophore protractor muscle c Odontophore retractor
muscle d Radula Class Subclass Superorder Order Chaetodermomorpha
Caudofoveata Neomeniomorpha Aplotegmentaria Pachytegmentaria
R. S. K. Barnes, Peter P. Calow, P. J. W. Olive, 2009
Biological Diversity: Exploiters and Exploited
Salivary gland Radula sac Mouth Odontophore Radula Odontophore Radula
teeth Fig. 3.4 Molluscan radula. The radula consists of rows of backward-facing
teeth embedded in a membranous base, over the cartilaginous odontophore.
Paul Hatcher, Nick Battey, 2011
Freshwater Nematodes: Ecology and Taxonomy
.Pseudotylencholaimus Lip region cap—like; odontostyle not so strong, shorter
than lip region width; pars rryfringens vaginae practically absent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . Odontophore with more or less distinct basal knobs (Figs ...
Eyualem Abebe, István Andrássy, Walter Traunspurger, 2006
Manual of Agricultural Nematology
The hollow axial spear of dorylaims is the basic model for those seen in the plant
parasitic Longidoridae (Fig. 14A). The spear is derived from the two stomal
sections: the anterior odontostyle is cheilostomal and the posterior odontophore