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282.Award: 1.00 pointPhagocytosis as a mechanism for the ingestion of food isexhibited only by unicellular organisms in the Kingdom Protista.not exhibited by multicellular animals other than sponges.regarded as extracellular digestion because the digestive process is separated from thecytoplasm by a membrane.not commonly exhibited by animals, although sponges and the cells lining the gut of somemulticellular animals exhibit this phenomenon.the main uptake process in the intestine of ruminants.
ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective:26.5 Describe theevolution of thedigestive system inanimals, asillustrated by thepassage from simpleto complex animals.Difficulty:MediumSection: Evolutionand diversity ofdigestive systems
283.Award: 1.00 pointIn the evolution of digestive systemscnidarians (corals, anemones and jellyfish) have simple sac-like guts with only a mouth and

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