Rohinee Asked a Question
July 24, 2021 8:34 pmpts 30 pts
suppose we take the prosogyrate body, and we consider that the umbo is present on the anterior side .. but what about the other half/valve .. it looks like as if the umbo is also present on the posterior side .. how can we exactly differentiate? where to consider posterior and anterior properly?
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  • Mayank vedwal Vedwal Best Answer
    In a bivalve shell umbo and beak always present on the dorsal side of the valve and prosogyrate is a type of bivalve in which beak points toward anterior of the shell. The projecti...
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    that means if we consider an ophistogyrate body then the umbo , as it is said which is present on the posterior side ... that means umbo is present near the escutcheon? and in pros...
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