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Orientation Preference in Response to the Direction of Water Flow in 2 Species of Scallops with Different Shell Morphology
(Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2012-07)
Scallops are marine bivalves that have a unique ability to swim and visualize their environment. Their eyes allow them to detect light and moving particles. It also gives them the ability to sense their surroundings and look for more suitable locations. In addition, the animals change their orientation position with water ...