Brachipods

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a muscle which closes the brachiopod valves
adductor
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a muscle which opens the brachial valve
diductor
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part of the brachial valve where the muscles are attached
cardinal process
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supports the lophophore
brachidium
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the line where the brachial valve meets the pedicle valve
commisure
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fluid filled set of filaments lined with cilia
lophophore
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generate currents to enable food particles to be trapped
cilia
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fleshy stalk attaching the brachiopod to the substrate
pedicle
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the larger valve where the pedicle protrudes from
pedicle valve
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the smaller valve containing the brachidium
brachial valve
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area marking the point of first growth
umbo
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brachiopod phylum
brachiopoda
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are they equivalve or inequivalve?
inequivalve
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Card 2

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a muscle which opens the brachial valve

Back

diductor

Card 3

Front

part of the brachial valve where the muscles are attached

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

supports the lophophore

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

the line where the brachial valve meets the pedicle valve

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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