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Topic 1: The answer containing the major components of the classical biological definition of species is: Interbredding with production of fertile offspring and reproductive isolation from other such groups Our modern system of nomenclature is based on each species having which of the following: Unique binomial name If species were mistakenly given two different scientific names, according to the “Law of Priority” which of the following would be the valid name? The oldest one In a scientific name, which of the following begins with a lower case letter? Species (specific epithet) Which of the following poses a problem with the classical biological definition of a species? Inability to demonstrate interbreeding Our modern system of nomenclature was first proposed by: Linnaeus The insects as a group would be equivalent to a: Class Which of the following poses a problem with the classical biological definition of a species? Asexually reproducing organisms Scientific names are always: Either underlined or italicized A scientific name is composed of: Genus and species (specific epithet) What is the maximum number of common names a species can have? There is no limit to the number of common names The term for the theory of classification and naming of organisms is: Taxonomy The correct order for the taxonomic catergories beginning with the most inclusive (the one with the most species) is: Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species (specific epithet)
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Topic 2: The two arthropod classes in which the body is divided into a head and elongated truck: Chilopoda and Diplopoda The class of arthropods whose members are characterized by the absence of antennae: Arachnida The class to which insects belong: Insecta The class of arthropods whose members have two pairs of antennae: Crustacea The class of arthropods whose members are characterized by the first pair of trunk appendages modified into poison claws: Chilopoda The class of arthropods in which some members breathe by means of book lungs: Archnida The class of arthropods in which some members produce poisonous cyanide gas and/or quinines for defense against predators: Diplopoda The class to which spiders belong: Arachnida The class to which millipedes belong: Diplopoda The class of arthropods whose members are characterized by having two pairs of legs per body segment: Diplopoda The class to which the lobsters, shrimp and crabs belong: Crustacea The class of arthropods whose members breathe by means of gills: Crustacea The class of arthropods whose members are characterized by chelicerae and pedipals as mouthparts: Arachnida Which of the following characteristics do humans share with arthropods? Bilateral symmetry
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The class to which the ticks and mites belong: Arachnida The class to which centipedes belong: Chilopoda Bilateral Symmetry means: The two sides are mirror images of each other The class of arthropods whose members are characterized by having cephalothorax: Arachnida In the statement, “An insect is build inside out and upside down with respect to man”. The “inside out” refers to (the):
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENY 2040 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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