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Biology 152 Final Exam Study Help This mega-chart was created by one of the 2015 BIO 152 students to help her study for the final. I have not checked it for completeness or accuracy. Do not rely solely on this to prepare for the final. It is simply one of many study tools you may utilize. _________________________________________________ Domain: (A) Archaea (B) Bacteria (E) Eukarya Subgroup or Clade: a. Ascomycota b. Basidiomycota c. Chlamydias d. Chromalveolates e. Chytridiomycota f. Cyanobacteria g. Excavates h. Glomeromycota i. Proteobacteria j. Red and green algae k. Rhizarians l. Spirochaetes m. Unikonts n. Zygomycota Major Clade Choices (E) Eumetazoa (P) Parazoa (L) Lophotrochozoa (Ec) Ecdyszoa (D) Deuterostomia (Eu) Eutheria (Ma) Marsupialia (Mo) Monotremata Phylum choices: (A) Acoelomorpha (Cn) Cnidaria (Ct) Ctenophora (Po) Porifera (Pl) Placozoa (An) Annelida (Ed) Echinodermata (Ep) Ectoprocta (P) Platyhelminthes (R) Rotifera (Ar) Arthropoda (M) Mollusca Class choices: (A) Anthozoa (C)Cubozoa (H)Hydrozoa (S) Scyphozoa (As) Asteroidea (Cr) Crinoidea (E) Echinoidea (Ho) Holothuroidea (Ol) Oligochaetes (Op) Ophiuroidea (Po) Polychaetes (Ar) Arachnida (B) Bivalvia (Ce) Cephalapoda (Cr) Crustacea (G) Gastropoda (Hx) Hexapoda (M) Myriapoda (P) Polyplacophora Order Choices: (C) Coleoptera (D) Diptera (He) Hemiptera (Hy) Hymenoptera (L) Lepidoptera (O) Orthoptera (a) Carnivora (b) Cetacea (r) Cetartiodactyla (p) Chiroptera (e) Eulipotyphla (f) Hyracoidea (g) Lagomorpha (h) Perissodactyla (i) Primates (j) Proboscidea (k) Rodentia (q) Sirenia (m) Tubulidentata (n) Xenartha
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Type of symmetry choices: (B) Bilateral (R) Radial (X) No symmetry
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Kingdo m Phylu m Clas s Orde r Clad e Symmetr y Description Aardvarks are in this group; they have teeth that are thin and tube-like. Hyraxes are in this group; they have short legs, stumpy tails, and complex stomachs. Mammals in this group have an even number of toes on each foot and are herbivorous. Sheep fall in this category. Mammals in this group have an odd number of toes on each foot and are herbivorous. Horses fall in this category. Mammals in this group have hind legs adapted for running and jumping, and chisel-like incisors. Jackrabbits fall in this category.
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