University of New Zealand.
B.A. Examination for Honours, 1885.
Paper b (1). Zoology (group Mollusca).
Examiner: Prof. E. Ray Lankester, M.A., F.R.S.
|1.||Give an account of the structure of the Pearly Nautilus; compare it with that of Sepia, and show by reference to an ideal archi-mollusc the agreement of parts in the Cephalopoda and Lamellibranchia.
|2.||Describe the general and minute structure of the gills of Lamellibranchia.
|3.||Enumerate and classify the freshwater and terrestrial Mollusca of New Zealand.
|4.||Give a full account of the development from the egg of any Mollusc with which you are familiar.
|5.||Describe the chief forms of nervous system met with in Mollusca, and show how they may be derived from a common ancestral form.
|6.||Describe the mechanism of the lingual rasp of Mollusca Glossophora.