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. Animal activities; a first book in zoo?logy. Zoology; Animal behavior. MUSSELS AND SNAILS. i6i and passes from these organs to the auricles. Part of the blood also flows through the renal organs, which take from the blood (excrete) the nitrogenous waste matters and empty them into the outgoing current of water. The ventricle forces the blood, constantly coming to the auricles, away from the heart all over the body. As in other animals, the separate cells take from the circulating liquid the substances necessary to produce. Fig. 126.—Cross-section of Anodon. «, intestine; z'.^'., heart; i.g.

. Animal activities; a first book in zoo?logy. Zoology; Animal behavior. MUSSELS AND SNAILS. i6i and passes from these organs to the auricles. Part of the blood also flows through the renal organs, which take from the blood (excrete) the nitrogenous waste matters and empty them into the outgoing current of water. The ventricle forces the blood, constantly coming to the auricles, away from the heart all over the body. As in other animals, the separate cells take from the circulating liquid the substances necessary to produce. Fig. 126.—Cross-section of Anodon. «, intestine; z'.^'., heart; i.g.  Stock Photo
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. Animal activities; a first book in zoo?logy. Zoology; Animal behavior. MUSSELS AND SNAILS. i6i and passes from these organs to the auricles. Part of the blood also flows through the renal organs, which take from the blood (excrete) the nitrogenous waste matters and empty them into the outgoing current of water. The ventricle forces the blood, constantly coming to the auricles, away from the heart all over the body. As in other animals, the separate cells take from the circulating liquid the substances necessary to produce. Fig. 126.—Cross-section of Anodon. «, intestine; z'.^'., heart; i.g. and o.g., gills; /, foot; mJ., mantle.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. French, Nathaniel Stowers, 1854-. New York [etc. etc. ] Longmans, Green and Co

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