Practice Quiz on Polyplacorphoran Head

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1. Polyplacorphorans have a radula / beak / siphon / placophore for feeding. answer radula 2. The feeding strategy of the polyplacophorans is best described as : herbivorous / carnivorous / parasitic / scavenger . answer herbivorous (scrape algae) 3. The locomotion of a polyplacophoran can be described as : creeping on its foot /burrowing / sessile / “jet propulsion” . answer
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Unformatted text preview: creeping on its foot 4. The foot of an polyplacophoran is present / compressed / modified into tentacles / non- existent . answer present 5. Polyplacophorans have / lack a mantle. answer have 6. The “head” of a polyplacophoran is distinct, and well-developed / indistinct and poorly developed / non-existent . answer indistinct and poorly developed...
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  • Spring '08
  • Demar
  • Omnivore, radula / beak, (scrape algae)

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