Quiz 11_2008

Quiz 11_2008 - symmetric. (False) 6. T/F Nudibranchs are in...

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BSCI 106 Fall, 2008 Dr. Sara Via Quiz 11- 2008 1. A clam is in Phylum a. Porifera b. Cnidaria c. Platyhelminthes d. Nematoda e. Arthropoda xf. Mollusca g. Chlamydia 2. A cockroach is in Phylum a. Porifera b. Cnidaria c. Deuterostoma d. Nematoda xe. Arthropoda f. Mollusca g. Insecta 3. A mouse is in Phylum a. Deuterostoma b. Cnidaria c. Mammalia d. Nematoda
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BSCI 106 Fall, 2008 Dr. Sara Via e. Arthropoda f. Mollusca xg. Chordata h. Vertebrata 4. Only one of the following is a trait found in all chordates: a. ventral hollow nerve cord b. gills c. four legs xd. muscular post-anal tail e. vertebrae 5. T/F Echinoderms are closely related to Cnidaria because they are both radially
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Unformatted text preview: symmetric. (False) 6. T/F Nudibranchs are in Phylum Gastropoda. (False) 7. T/F Spiders are in Class Insecta. (False) 8. An octopus is in Phylum a. Deuterostoma b. Echinodermata c. Mammalia d. Nematoda e. Arthropoda xf. Mollusca BSCI 106 Fall, 2008 Dr. Sara Via g. Chordata h. Cephalopoda 9. Tube feet are found in the Phylum a. Deuterostoma xb. Echinodermata c. Ecdysozoa d. Nematoda e. Arthropoda f. Mollusca g. Chordata h. Vertebrata 10. One of the following organisms DOES NOT have a hydrostatic skeleton. Which one is it? a. Nematode b. Annelid xc. Echinoderm d. Polychaete...
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