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22 2015 |
Lesson 14 Quiz 11
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is given to the food-trapping cells of sponges?
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have cell walls made of chitin. obtain food by absorption.
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unique to mammals include
the presence of hair.
extended parental care of the young.
having no egg-laying members.
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the following levels of structure encompasses all the others?
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the following animals does not have a body cavity?
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a type of
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vascular system of a sea star functions in
movement of the tube feet.
circulation of nutrients around the body.
pumping water for swimming movements. buoyancy
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are specialized cells characteristic of
epithelial tissue. nervous tissue.
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______ is an example of an invertebrate chordate.
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probably evolved from protists. How do animals differ from these protist
Animals are eukaryotic.
Animals have more specialized cells.
Animals are heterotrophic. Animals are able to reproduce.
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the exchange of materials with the surrounding
the idea that all vertebrates are built in a
the correlation of structure and function.
maintaining a relatively constant internal
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features of vertebrates include the presence of a(n)
skull and backbone
endoskeleton pharyngeal slit
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A marine biologist dredged up a small animal
from the ocean floor. It was uniformly segmented, with short, stiff appendages
and soft, flexible skin. It had a complete digestive system and a closed
circulatory system but no skeleton. Based on the description, this animal
sounds most like a(n)
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feature present in reptiles and absent in amphibians that freed reptiles from
the dependence on
for reproduction is
parental care of eggs.
the lateral line system. the amniotic egg.
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change in the body often triggers a response that counteracts the change. This
kind of response is known as
cause and effect. positive feedback.
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A _____ is
a chordate, but not a vertebrate.
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Pill bugs” or “sow bugs”,
often found under rocks and logs in moist places, have the ability to roll up
into a ball when disturbed. Sow bugs are really crustaceans, not insects.
Therefore, sow bugs do not have
three pairs of legs. antennae.
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the following tissues produces voluntary body movements?
Simple cuboidal epithelium
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the following are listed in the correct hierarchal order?
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the following animals displays radial symmetry?
A sea anemone