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Phylum Mollusca
Most Bi's & Gast's go through two larval stages: trocophore then veliger. Trocophore. Veliger.
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trocophore. Diatoms also lack highly important lipids for later growth from trocophore to larva, giving lower yields of oyster “seed”.
trocophore does not completely fill the egg membrane, which is gradually transformed into a larval cuticle.
Notes on the spawning, egg cleavage and early development of the
Trocophore larvae developed at 4°C within 2—3 days. The velum began to form in 5-day-old larvae.
Variability in the trophic role of coral reef fish larvae in the oceanic
Polychaete trocophore. –. –.

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Trochophore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A trochophore (pronounced /ˈtrɒkɵfɔər/; also spelled trocophore) is a type of free-swimming planktonic marine larva with several bands of cilia.
Trocophore definition of Trocophore in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Invertebrate Zoology | Spineless and Kickin' Ass!
Larval development usually proceeds via a free swimming trocophore larval stage. The Polychaetes are almost exclusively marine.
trochophore: Definition from
A trochophore (pronounced /ˈtrɒkɵfɔər/; also spelled trocophore) is a type of free-swimming planktonic marine larva with several bands of cilia.
Clam Dissection
As mollusks develop from a fertilized egg to an adult, most pass through a larval stage called the trocophore. The trocophore is a ciliated, free-swimming stage.

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