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    . The respiratory organs in aquatic gastropods are primitive lungs. _________________________ ____ 17. Gastropods have two shells. _________________________ ____ 18. The excretory structures in mollusks are called nephridia. _________________________ ____ 19. Bivalves obtain food by predation...
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    ) (2) R (2 mark) State one feature that is common to structures Q and R which enables them to be carried by wind. (1 mark) Referring to the diagram, explain how bread mould is adapted for obtaining nutrients. (4 marks) 13 HKCEE BIOLOGY | 2.1 Diversity of organisms | P.3 3. 1998/I/1a...
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