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EXAM 03 (ANIMALS) REVIEW STEMS 1. The GGC gene discussed in the introduction to Chapter 25 Present in mollusks, animals, and insects. 2. Which of the following characteristics is present in all animal phyla? Ingest other organism Develop in a series of stages Motile in part or all of life cycle Reproduce sexually or asexually Make ATP through aerobic respiration. Connective tissues 3. Which of the following is not found in ANY animals? 4. Almost all animals exhibit _____, at least in their larval stages. 5. Animals are 6. All animals are classified as 7. The family tree for animals shows a trend toward Increases in body size and complexity. 8. The tissue which gives rise to an internal skeleton in many complex animals is Connective tissue 9. In animal embryos, the endoderm gives rise to Outer Epidermis and the nervous system 10. In animal embryos, the mesoderm gives rise to Internal Organs 11. Almost all animals are either Radially symmetric or bilaterally symmetric 12. Animals with radial symmetry Have their body parts organized around a main axis. Most live in water 13 .Bilateral symmetry means an animal has An anterior and a posterior end. 14. Cephalization When an animal evolves to have all its sensory organs at the anterior end and its attachment or mobile parts at the other. 15. Which of the following organisms exhibits cephalization? Any organism with its sensory organs at one end, almost all animals have this. 16. A digestive tract is complete if it Starts in one end and ends in another.
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17. Which of the following is a body cavity that contains a lining that encloses organs, protecting and holding them in place? Coelom 18. A coelom is an important structure in animal evolution because it Helps to cushion organs from blows, allows the organs to grow independently from the body wall. 19. All EXCEPT which of the following statements is true of animal segmentation? 20. Choanoflagellates Have collars, anchored or live in colonies, make a protein that allows it to stick to others, share a common ancestor with sponges. 21. The sponges are classified in the phylum _____ Porifera ____. 22. A filter-feeding animal possessing no symmetry, composed of collar cells attached to a gelatinous matrix containing spicules and protein fibers, belongs to the phylum Porifera 23. Sponges differ from the rest of the animals because They are not motile in the adult stage of life. 24. Which of the following groups does NOT have either epithelial or connective tissues? Sponges 25. The currents of water (containing food) that pass through a sponge are created by Undulation of flagella 26. Four of the five structures listed below are features found in sponges. Select the exception. Collared cells attach to a sheet of their own secretions forming a matrix
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course BIO 1420 taught by Professor Rast during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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