A structure during the foot of the mouth of all mollusks over which the radula is attracted to and fro in splitting up meals.
a projection in the mouths of many molluscs; it's utilized, aided by the radula to break up food
an unique framework based in the lips of most mollusks, except bivalves. It is comprised of a number of muscle tissue and a cartilage which aids a chitinous radula, or lingual ribbon, equipped with teeth. Additionally put on the radula alone. See radula.
your whole radular apparatus, buccal mass, lingual ribbon, or “tongue” of certain mollusks.