Practice Quiz on Arthropods Circulation

Practice Quiz on Arthropods Circulation - Describe...

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Describe arthropods circulation? Answer: Open circulatory system to distribute nutrients, not oxygen Describe arthropods excretion? Answer: Malphigian tubules, green glands in crustaceans though Describe arthropods musculoskeleton? Answer: Musculature that works against the exoskelton. Describe arthropods reproduction? Answer: Sexual, internal fertilization, oviparous. Some crustaceans use external fertilization
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Unformatted text preview: Are arthropods hermaphroditic or gonochoric? Answer: Gonochoric Describe arthropods development? Answer: Indirect development (crustaceans use nauplius), complete + incomplete metamorphosis Are echinoderms diploblastic or triploblastic? Answer: Triploblastic Describe echinoderms symmetry? Answer: Bilateral larva, pentaradial adult Describe echinoderms coelom? Answer: Coelomate...
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