ENT2004 EXAM 1 Questions

ENT2004 EXAM 1 Questions - Question 1 The picture above...

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Question 1 The picture above shows some dog heartworms. They are unsegmented worms, like  roundworms and hookworms. These worms are in the PHYLUM:  Arthrop oda  Echinod ermata  Nemato da  Chordat   Question  0 points    Save       Aquatic insects excrete ammonia waste.  True False   Question  0 points    Save       I have complete metamorphosis and an adult stage that has its two pair 
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of joined wings held vertically at rest. As an adult, I have knobbed  antennae. I have abdominal prolegs and three pair of thoracic legs. I  am a fly larva.  True False   Question  0 points    Save       The organism above is an extinct relative of modern- day Arthropods. It  is called a:  Atelocer ate.  Trilobite.  Eurypte rid.  Tricopte ra.    Question 5  0 points    Save       Incomplete metamorphosis: 
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has four  distinct  stages  is where  the  immatur stages  are  called  nymphs  is where  the  insect  change s only in  size as  it  develop s   Question     Flies possess two pairs of wings.  Correct  Answer: False
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  Question     How many pairs of legs do immature ticks have?  Correct  Answer:    Question     The third pair of this insect's legs are attached to the abdomen.  Correct  Answer: False   Question     Most insect blood  Correct  Answer:    Carries  food and  hormones. Malphigian tubules: 
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are  attache d to the  foregut  and are  used for  excretin wastes.  are  attache d to the  hindgut  and  reabsor b water  and  mineral s such  as  potassiu m.  are  attache d to the  midgut  and  reabsor b water.  are  attache d to the  hindgut  and are  used for  digestio
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  Question  0 points    Save       This arthropod is likely to be very poisonous to humans.  True False   Question  0 points    Save       I am so big that I cannot move myself. My life is spent laying eggs for  the colony, and I am fed and cared for daily. What Order am I in? 
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  • Fall '07
  • JRVoshell
  • exocutic le, Arthrop oda, Echinod ermata, Atelocer

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