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Quiz 9 1. Which of the following organisms exhibit radial symmetry? a. Sea anemones b. Lobsters c. Humans d. Dolphins 2. The Cambrian explosion is associated with the _____________ Era. 3. Triploblastic animals that do not have a body cavity are best described as: 4. A diploblastic organism has which of the following germ layers? 5. The development pattern where the planes of cell division occur diagonal to the vertical axis of the embryo is referred to as: a. determinant cleavage b. radial cleavage c. indeterminate cleavage d. spiral cleavage 6. All animals with true tissues belong to clade:
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