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Sample Question for PSOLIN 126 First Exam 1) Science is: a. Product b. Process c. Pastime d. Experiments 2) All of following are insect mouthparts, except: 3) The order of the taxonomic hierarchy is … 4) Which of the following are Arthropods? 5) What is the name of the external sex organ of the male insects? a. Tegmen b. Elytra c. Aedeagus d. Prince e. All of the above 6) What is the name of the leathery forewing of a grasshopper 7) The insect mouth part(s) responsible for chewing and grinding:
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Unformatted text preview: e. Labrum 8) The insect mouth part(s) with palps responsible for feeling and tasting food: a. Ball joint b. Mandible c. Maxilla d. Labium e. Labrum 9) How many body segments do arachnids have? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four The following picture is a diagram of the insect leg. For questions 10 and 11, select the letter (A, B, C, D, or E) that corresponds to the structure named or described. 10) The segment of the insect leg that is equivalent of the thigh joint: 11) The segment of the insect leg that analogous to the thigh bone in other animals: 12) All arthropods are insects a. True b. False 13) The waggle dance is performed by honeybee queen to tell nest-mates the location of a food source. a. True b. False 14) Colony members who have morphological adaptations to help protect the nest are called drones. a. True b. False...
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