Do mollusks have appendages?
NOPE. No one in the Phylum Molluska has appendages.
No they are not, they are mollusks. Arthropods have an exoskeleton and jointed appendages, which snails do not have.
Mollusks compose of the large phylum of invertebrate animals known as the Mollusca. Mollusks have a mantle, mollusks invertebrate. Arthropods have jointed appendages, arthropods have segmented bodies
Squids and cuttlefish, which are mollusks of Class Cephalopoda (which means head-foot), possess two tentacles, which are the longer appendages with paddle shaped ends, as distinguished from the eight other appendages, more properly called arms.
Which of the following groups would an animal with an exoskeleton segmented body and jointed appendages belong to choices mollusks segmented worms cnidarians arthropods?
Snails aren't arthropods, they're mollusks. They have the head foot, a muscular foot, and a shell. They don't have the characteristics of an arthropod (segmented body and jointed appendages).
Fish have a few appendages. Fish have swimming appendages and jointed appendages.
appendages are how many body parts do they have
Amphibians have many appendages. For example, crawling appendages, walking appendages and many other that I haven't found out yet.
Raccoons eat mollusks. Otters eat mollusks. People eat mollusks.
Approximately zero appendages.
arthropods have jointed appendages
The appendages in a fetal pig are four toes. Each of the four hooves have the same about of appendages.
Four main appendages; two arms and two legs. And twenty minor appendages. Although, human males have an additional set of appendages: genitals.
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Sharks have no bony appendages and arguably no appendages unless you count the claspers of the male shark. Fins are not articulating.
A bird's appendages are its legs, tail, and wings.
Yes they do. They have tentacles for an appendages but thats all.
yes, your arms and legs are considered appendages.
false, because they do have appendages
Mollusks are Eukaryotes
Mollusks are divided into three main groups based on certain characteristics. The three main groups of common mollusks are snails, slugs, and their relatives; Two-shelled mollusks; and tentacled mollusks.
Appendages are your hands and feet in most instances. A machine's appendages are the parts that stick out to perform a function. "Matthew's appendages were not coordinated well and he fell frequently." "The appendages of the motor ran the pulleys, the gears, and the alternator to make the whole assembly run."
No a lamprey does not have paired appendages.
Appendages is a fancy word for your arms and legs
moths have 5 million appendages
yes they do... they also have a paired appendages
what appendages are found in a locusts head
Forelimbs, hind limbs and tails are classed as appendages. Therefore, yes, the platypus has appendages. Hoever, it does not extra features such as antennae.
yes scallops are mollusks
Mollusks are invertebrates. They do not have a backbone.
Squid and octopuses are mollusks
Mollusks are not classified as mammals.
A zoologist or aquatic biologist might study mollusks. Malacology is the study of mollusks in zoology.
Squids and mollusks aren't alike, squids are in the catergory of mollusks with snails and slugs.
Yes. Appendages are apparently anything that sticks out from the main body.
Arachnids. Spider group. Appendages are technically legs.
most of mammals appendages are its legs, feet, toes and tails.
some insects. Arthropods for sure have jointed appendages
Mollusks are invertebrates because they do not have a backbone.
They are indeed. Many different creatures are considered mollusks. About 93,000 different mollusks are known to man.
Arthropod appendages are segmented, allowing them to move faster than humans. Also, each body segment has a pair of these jointed appendages.
Puffer fish have helpful spiny appendages that covers most of its body. These spiny appendages helps to protect the fish from predators.
The lobe-finned fish and lungfish have jointed appendages, while ray-finned fish have unjointed appendages (pelvic and pectoral fins).
Well land mollusks live on land usually, and water mollusks live underwater. Neither can survive in the others enviroment. I think..
Well a squid doesnt have "legs", but they have Appendages and there are 10 appendages.
it is the antenna, antennule, rostrum, and the maxillipeds (feeding appendages).
Some animals that have jointed appendages are plankton, spiders, insects, krill, and mosquito's. More animals with jointed appendages are grasshoppers and crabs.
Mollusks belong to the Kingdom Animalia.
squids , slugs, snails, and octopuses are mollusks.