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Journal of Morphology (Volume 11, No. 2) by Books Group
Journal of Morphology (Volume 11, No. 2)
Author: Books Group
Page Count: 80 pages
Published Date: 13 Jan 2012
Publisher: General Books
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1895. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Shells I and II. Corresponding in distribution with the horizontal longitudinal muscle (attached to shell VIII) of the posterior end of the body is an oblique muscle from I (Fig. 7, 01), attached immediately anterior to the edge of the apophysis of II; this muscle and another dorsal to it, attached to the most anterior part of the apophysis of II (perhaps to be regarded as another section of the same muscle), pass together obliquely into the foot itself. Although oblique in direction, the muscle does not correspond with the postero-oblique muscles of the other shells, but, like the horizontal muscle under VIII, is different from anything to be found elsewhere in the animal; the muscles appear to have corresponding functions at the opposite ends of the body. The oblique muscle under I is attached outside the attachments of certain "dorso-ventral" fibres that appear to correspond to latero-pedal fibres of the other shells; to this extent, it resembles postero-oblique muscles, but unlike them, it passes into the foot between and not outside of the groups of "dorso-ventral" fibres (Fig. 7, 01 and dv). Furthermore, the oblique muscle is attached to so posterior a part of the shell, that it must belong to a posterior rather than to an anterior group of muscles, and it will be remembered that a postero-oblique muscle is found under the other shells with the anterior group only. Finally, if, as seems probable, this muscle is completed by the oblique muscle attached to II, it differs from all the other muscles of the body, in being attached partly under one shell, partly under another. An oblique muscle passing backwards in the posterior group under the other shells would interfere with the apophysis in the movements of the shells, while the relative positions of the fir...

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