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A trochophore is a type of free-swimming planktonic marine larva with several bands of cilia. By moving their cilia rapidly, a water eddy is created. In this way ...

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Nov 26, 2008 ... Trochophore, also called trochosphere, small, translucent, free-swimming larva characteristic of marine annelids and most groups of mollusks.

Trochophore Larva: Historical Retrospect, Structure and Affinities


In this article we will discuss about Trochophore Larva:- 1. Historical Retrospect of Trochophore Larva 2. Structures of the Trochophore Larva 3. Biology and ...

Introduction to the Lophotrochozoa


When these larvae hatch, each is a microscopic swimmer known as a trochophore larva, shown at right. The larva has two bands of cilia around the middle that ...

Structure and significance of Trochophore larva | Biology-Today.com


May 7, 2016 ... STRUCTURE OF TROCHOPHORE LARVA Life cycle of many Polychaetes ( Annelids) includes a free swimming trochophore larva. This larva is ...

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In the life history of Nereis trochophore larva is seen. It is an unsegmented, small ciliated larva. It has a broad anterior end and a narrow posterior end.

Trochophore concepts: ciliary bands and the evolution of larvae in ...


«Trochophore» is a term used in a strict sense for larvae having an opposed- band method of feeding, involving a prototroch and metatroch. Other ciliary bands.

Trochophore - definition of trochophore by The Free Dictionary


The small, free-swimming, ciliated aquatic larva of various invertebrates, including certain mollusks and annelids. [Greek trokhos, wheel (from trekhein, to run) + ...

Trochophore dictionary definition | trochophore defined


a free-swimming ciliated larva of several invertebrate groups, including many marine annelid worms, mollusks, brachiopods, and nemerteans. Origin of ...