[Answered] The california mussel (mytilus californianus) attaches itself to a rock or other solid surface with a bundle of filaments known

the california mussel (mytilus californianus) attaches itself to a rock or other solid surface with a bundle of filaments known as the byssus. the resilience of the proximal end of its byssus is 0.53. imagine that its is stretched and then allowed to relax. as it relaxes, 5.00 j of thermal energy is released.

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