LabPracticalShort - Station#1 1 Animal C uses its...

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Station #1 1. Animal C uses its legs (cirri) primarily for a. Deposit feeding b. parasitizing other animals c. filter feeding d. reproduction 2. Which animals are classified in the same phylum, and to which phylum do they belong? a. B,C – Arthropoda b. B,C – Insecta c. A,C – Chordata d. None of these animals are in the same phylum 3. Animal B has which of the following characteristics? a. single pair of antennae, compound eyes, endoskeleton b. exoskeleton, compound eyes, tracheal system. c. single pair of antennae, jointed appendages, book lungs d. endoskeleton, compound eyes, tracheal system Station # 2 4. What are the phylum and class of animal A? a. Cnidaria: Anthozoa b. Cnidaria: Schyphozoa c. Cnidaria: Hydrozoa d. Cnidaria: Polychaeta 5. How do the reproductive polyps of Animal A produce medusae? a. From planula larvae b. Sexually c. Both sexually and asexually d. asexually 6. Animals A and B are similar because: a. they both demonstrate different body forms during their life cycles b. they are both radially symmetric c. they both filter feed d. they both have a complete gut
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIS 1c taught by Professor Maloof during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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