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. The biology of marine animals. Marine animals; Physiology, Comparative. 614 THE BIOLOGY OF MARINE ANIMALS excess of food manufactured by the algae. Finally, it consumes its algae, reproduces and perishes. Again, in this species the larvae when hatched are colourless. Free-living algae are attracted by chemotaxis to the egg case, and infect the young animals when they emerge. In this association we can regard the algae as really constituting an organ of the animal: the latter, in fact, is living parasitically on its contained algae (56). Mollusca. Among marine forms, algal symbiosis has been

. The biology of marine animals. Marine animals; Physiology, Comparative. 614 THE BIOLOGY OF MARINE ANIMALS excess of food manufactured by the algae. Finally, it consumes its algae, reproduces and perishes. Again, in this species the larvae when hatched are colourless. Free-living algae are attracted by chemotaxis to the egg case, and infect the young animals when they emerge. In this association we can regard the algae as really constituting an organ of the animal: the latter, in fact, is living parasitically on its contained algae (56). Mollusca. Among marine forms, algal symbiosis has been  Stock Photo
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. The biology of marine animals. Marine animals; Physiology, Comparative. 614 THE BIOLOGY OF MARINE ANIMALS excess of food manufactured by the algae. Finally, it consumes its algae, reproduces and perishes. Again, in this species the larvae when hatched are colourless. Free-living algae are attracted by chemotaxis to the egg case, and infect the young animals when they emerge. In this association we can regard the algae as really constituting an organ of the animal: the latter, in fact, is living parasitically on its contained algae (56). Mollusca. Among marine forms, algal symbiosis has been described in several species of opisthobranch gastropods, and in a few lamellibranchs. In the nudibranch Aeolidiella glauca, zooxanthellae occur in cells of the "I •> © *ftoo & 6> 0 °o°9 oo o ° o. 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.. Nicol, J. A. Colin (Joseph Arthur Colin), 1915-. New York, Interscience Publishers