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Valve is an anatomical term applied to the shell of those molluscs that have a shell. Although in theory any mollusc shell can be termed a "valve", the word is now most commonly applied to members of two classes of molluscs: the Bivalvia (clams) and the Polyplacophora (chitons), in other words, to those molluscs whose shells are normally composed of more than one articulating part, each one of which is known as a valve (and also, in the case of chitons, as a "plate".)

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  • La valve est un terme anatomique désignant toute pièce solide qui revêt le corps des mollusque Bivalves, Polyplacophores, ou des Ostracodes, constituant ainsi leur exosquelette. Employé d'abord pour désigner les deux pièces d'une coquille bivalve, ce mot a ensuite été étendu, sans qu'il y ait similitude, à l'exosquelette d'autres groupes d'animaux, d'où sont venues les dénominations d'univalve, bivalve, multivalve (comme chez les chitons) données aux coquilles à une, deux ou plusieurs pièces.
  • Valve is an anatomical term applied to the shell of those molluscs that have a shell. Although in theory any mollusc shell can be termed a "valve", the word is now most commonly applied to members of two classes of molluscs: the Bivalvia (clams) and the Polyplacophora (chitons), in other words, to those molluscs whose shells are normally composed of more than one articulating part, each one of which is known as a valve (and also, in the case of chitons, as a "plate".)
  • Valva è un termine anatomico applicato alla conchiglia dei molluschi. Sebbene in teoria ogni conchiglia di mollusco può essere chiamata "valva", la parola attualmente è più comunemente utilizzata per definire i membri di due classi di molluschi: i bivalvi e i Polyplacophora (chitoni), cioè, in altre parole, quei molluschi le cui conchiglie sono dotate di un numero di parti articolate maggiore a uno, delle quali parti ognuna è chiamata valva (o anche, nel caso dei chitoni, piatto.)
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  • La valve est un terme anatomique désignant toute pièce solide qui revêt le corps des mollusque Bivalves, Polyplacophores, ou des Ostracodes, constituant ainsi leur exosquelette. Employé d'abord pour désigner les deux pièces d'une coquille bivalve, ce mot a ensuite été étendu, sans qu'il y ait similitude, à l'exosquelette d'autres groupes d'animaux, d'où sont venues les dénominations d'univalve, bivalve, multivalve (comme chez les chitons) données aux coquilles à une, deux ou plusieurs pièces.
  • Valva è un termine anatomico applicato alla conchiglia dei molluschi. Sebbene in teoria ogni conchiglia di mollusco può essere chiamata "valva", la parola attualmente è più comunemente utilizzata per definire i membri di due classi di molluschi: i bivalvi e i Polyplacophora (chitoni), cioè, in altre parole, quei molluschi le cui conchiglie sono dotate di un numero di parti articolate maggiore a uno, delle quali parti ognuna è chiamata valva (o anche, nel caso dei chitoni, piatto.) Le specie di una famiglia di particolari piccole lumache di mare, gasteropodi opistobranchi marine della specie Juliidae, pure possiedono due valve o conchiglie articolate, che assomigliano a quelle dei bivalvi. Questa eccezionale specie è nota come gasteropodi bivalvi.I gasteropodi in generale a volte vengono definiti "univalvi", poiché quando essa è presente, è in genere composta di una sola parte.
  • Valve is an anatomical term applied to the shell of those molluscs that have a shell. Although in theory any mollusc shell can be termed a "valve", the word is now most commonly applied to members of two classes of molluscs: the Bivalvia (clams) and the Polyplacophora (chitons), in other words, to those molluscs whose shells are normally composed of more than one articulating part, each one of which is known as a valve (and also, in the case of chitons, as a "plate".) Species within one family of very unusual small sea snails, marine opisthobranch gastropods in the family Juliidae, also have two articulating shells or valves, which resemble those of a bivalve. This exceptional family is commonly known as the bivalved gastropods.Gastropods in general are sometimes called "univalves", because in those that have a shell, the shell is usually in one part.
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