in the respiratory system.
The body organs of a mollusk is in a fluid-filled cavity in it's body. *;)*
They are located in the visceral mass.
Head/Foot - Has sense organs and is used for mobility. Mantle - Covers the body mass and can secrete a shell in some species. Body - Contains the main organs. Located above the head/foot.
The visceral mass is the collective term for the non-muscular portions of a mollusc's body containing the internal organs.
it is located between the body
A mollusk is an invertebrate and has an unsegmented body.
To protect the vulnerable organs of its host.
the cover of a mollusk is the mantel
what organs are aronnd your stomach
false, I think, slugs are in mollusk class and do not have multi section body
An octopus is an invertebrate, but is apparently a mollusk too. A mollusk is an animal without a backbone. Octopuses have no bones in their body.
this is what i know of mollusk: soft bodies (some have shells) true coelum/body cavity - advanced organs bilateral symmetry examples: octopuses, cuttlefish, muscles/clams/oysters muscular FOOT for movement that should definitely answer your question
The three regions of the body of the Mollusk are the head-foot, the visceral mass, and the mantle-shell.
Mostly inside the dog's body.
Your ribs, and then your skin.
Organs are located inside your body and are responsible for helping your body to function. For example, your liver is an organ. Muscles are also located in the body and they are responsible for movement and strength. They help you move around.
smooth muscle is located mainly in hollow walls of the visceral organs of the human body.
Most nociceptors in the human body are located in the skin, joints and muscles, and the walls of internal organs.
yes. all internal organs, including your brain and spinal chord are located in a body cavity. The liver is located in the "abdominopelvic" body cavity.
What does a mollusk use to protect itself? Most have shells
That would be the kidneys, located in the retroperitoneal cavity
The female reproductive organs are located in the pelvic cavity. They are protected by the bony pelvis.
Most mollusks that live in the water have gills,
The mantle produces a mollusk's shell and covers its internal organs.
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heart lungs stomach
The dorsal cavity, which is located along the BACK of the body and head, contains organs if the nervous system that coordinate body functions. The ventral cavity, which it's located along the FRONT of the body, contains the body organs that maintain homeostasis.
a mullosks body support is itsveins
Germ cells are located in your reproductive organs (ovaries and testes).
Throughout the entire body, though most of the lymphatic tissue is located on organs.
Yes, they are coelomates
in your body, except in the reproductive organs,, they are called haploid
There are two organs located below the rib cage near the center of the chest. Both the stomach and the spleen are organs located in this general position on the body.
in the middle of the shell (inside)
The Mesentery is located in the abdominal and pelvic area. It is a fold of tissue that attaches organs to the body wall.
Muscular foot, head, body
the slimy and soft body
kidney , brain , ear , heart , lungs , nose , skin , stomach , tongue (:
The grasshopper's five major sensory organs are the ganglia, brain, neuropile, sensilla (located all over the body), and tympanal organs.
Visceral fat protects the abdominal organs deep within the body.
Your organs are located right beneath your stomach.
The organs are located right beneath the stomach.
where are the reproductive organs located in a flatworm
A coelom is a body cavity in which all the organs are located in an animal. Sponges do not have a coelom.
The body has 64 organs in
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Located in the Right Hypochondriac region, there are liver and gallbladder. In the Left Hypochondriac region, there are spleen and diaphragm.
The body of a mollusk is generally composed of the shell and the fleshy, living part.
In women, the reproductive organs are located within the abdominal cavity and pelvis. In men, they are located externally, outside of the abdominal cavity (due to the need for sperm to be maintained at a lower temperature than is present inside the body).
The organs stay in the body.