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  • The radular system of the Genus Conus consists of three parts: the venom bulb, the venom duct and the radular sac. The radular sac varies in shape and dimensions depending on the. — “Radular System”,
  • Definition of radular in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of radular. Pronunciation of radular. Translations of radular. radular synonyms, radular antonyms. Information about radular in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “radular - definition of radular by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Radular features, such as the number of cusps, presence or absence and positioning of There are some really cool aspects to radular development that are currently being examined. — “CGDP - Radulae”,
  • : The Mollusca: Form and Function (The Mollusca, Volume 11) (9780127514116): Karl M. Wilbur, E. R. Trueman, M. R. Clarke: Books transverse muscle bundles, subradular pouch, radular sheath, foregut glands, radular apparatus, packed muscle fibers, axial nerve. — “: The Mollusca: Form and Function (The Mollusca”,
  • Encyclopedia article about radular. Information about radular in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “radular definition of radular in the Free Online Encyclopedia”, encyclopedia2
  • A collection of stills from a high-speed video (1000 fps) illustrating radular tooth ejection by Conus catus can be viewed as a video sequence at . The radular tooth ligament flutters inside the proboscis after tooth ejection. — “The Projectile Tooth of a Fish-Hunting Cone Snail: Conus”,
  • Recent ***yses of the ultrastructural and mechanical properties of mineralized biological materials have demonstrated some common architectural features that can help explain their observed damage tolerance. ***ysis of an ultra hard magnetic biomineral in chiton radular teeth. — “Materials Today - ***ysis of an ultra hard magnetic”,
  • Ultra-estrutura radular dos Ampullariidae sul-americanos (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) The base of the radula consists of a radular ribbon to which the teeth are attached. — “Brazilian Journal of Biology - Ultra-estrutura radular dos”,
  • Radular definition, a chitinous band in the mouth of most mollusks, set with numerous, minute, *** teeth and drawn backward and forward over the floor of the See more. — “Radular | Define Radular at ”,
  • Hollow spear-like radular teeth, which are made in the 'radular sac' and filled with the proboscis into the radular sac and grasping another tooth with the radular muscle. — “Poisonous Animals: Cone shell (Conidae)”,
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  • The aeolid nudibranchs pheslugu.htm Phestilla lugubris, phesmino.htm Phestilla minor, and cuthpori.htm Cuthona poritophages, and the arminoidean pinurebu.htm Pinufius rebus, all feed on the coral Por Coral feeding - radular adaptations. — “The Sea Slug Forum - Coral feeding - radular adaptations”,
  • Definition of radular from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of radular. Pronunciation of radular. Definition of the word radular. Origin of the word radular. — “radular - Definition of radular at ”,
  • Do not extend the incision beyond the posterior end of the buccal cavity at this time, even though the radula and radular sac are much longer. around the posterior end of the radular sac (which is very long) and. — “Katharina”,
  • Radular Teeth. Busycon carica (Gmelin, 1791) Busycon coarctatum (Sowerby, 1825) Images from the Jeanne and Bill Eichling Collection. — “Radular Teeth”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. — “Radular - Medical Definition and More from Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • Conus catus, a fish-hunting species, uses a high-speed hydraulic mechanism to inject its hollow, spear-like radular tooth into prey. The bulbous base of the radular tooth (Fig. 1B) is pushed forward 200. — “Venom kinematics during prey capture in Conus: the”,
  • Like all members of the genus, Conus californicus has a specialized venom apparatus, including a modified radular tooth, with which it injects paralyzing venom into its prey. Granular material similar to that in the venom duct was also found in the lumen of individual teeth within the radular sac. — “Community Academic Profiles - Faculty & Researchers”,
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  • The radular teeth are produced by odontoblasts, cells in the radula sac. The shape and arrangement of the radular teeth is an adaptation to the feeding regimen of the species. — “Radula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • A combination of rad and tubular. A very 80's slang term. Wow dude, that was totally radular! by pennylane Apr 2, 2005 share this. permalink: Share on. Send to a friend. your email: their email: comment: send me the word of the day (it's free) Urban Dictionary ©1999-2010 terms of service. — “Urban Dictionary: radular”,


  • Rare Helmet Shell Usually, when we find one of these rare shells, they are inhabited. The larger Helmets feed on members of the sea urchin family. The helmet creature uses its radular teeth and acidic secretions to drill a hole into the shell of the urchin and digest the soft parts within. They live in shallow waters with most of the shell buried below the surface of the sand. The larger helmets build a shield to help them glide along the sandy sea bottom. Interesting Facts: Helmet shells have been used since the Roman Empire for everything from food to cooking pots, trumpets, and jewelry.
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  • Cone shells offshore Louisiana WIlliam Cargile dissects a specimen of the gastropod mollusk Conus ermineus to extract its radula and radular ribbon on board the R/V Pelican, August 2008. The cone shell was dredged in the deep waters offshore Louisiana in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. The comparative morphology of the radula, the structure composed of rows of many small teeth used for rasping at food and scraping it into the mouth, is important in the taxonomy of cones. Other species of cones seen in this video clip include Conus stimsonii, C. armiger, and an undescribed species. Some shells are covered with epiphytic red algal crusts. Filmed and edited by Suzanne Fredericq in Lafayette LA Cone snails are predatory sea snails that hunt and immobilize prey using a modified radular tooth along with a poison gland containing neurotoxins launched out of its mouth in a harpoon-like action. Cone venom shows great promise as a source of new, medically important substances. This dredging expedition was sponsored by Dr. Cargile and also included other malacologists, and biologists from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette who study the systematics of mollusks, seaweeds and crustaceans.
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