The anatomical basis of function in the buccal mass of prosobranch and amphineuran molluscs

@article{Graham2010TheAB,
  title={The anatomical basis of function in the buccal mass of prosobranch and amphineuran molluscs},
  author={A. Graham},
  journal={Journal of Zoology},
  year={2010},
  volume={169},
  pages={317-348}
}
  • A. Graham
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Journal of Zoology
A comparative account is given of the muscular anatomy of the buccal mass in chitons and a number of species of prosobranch gastropods. From this can be deduced a basic muscular organization consisting of buccal constrictors and dilators, protractors and retractors of the odontophore, protractors and retractors of the subradular membrane and an approximator muscle of the supporting cartilages. In addition to these many ancillary muscles act as tensors: these are numerous in chitons… Expand
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