Tutorial 5-1 - BIO122 Tutorial 5 (Lecture 5) 1. Organisms...

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BIO122 Tutorial 5 (Lecture 5) 1. Organisms showing radial symmetry would likely a. be good swimmers b. have rapid escape behavior c. move from place to place relatively slowly if at alls d. be able to fly e. have many fins 2. During metamorphosis, echinoderms undergo transformation from motile larvae to a sedentary adult. What is true of the adults but not the larvae? Adults are a. be diploblastic b. have radial symmetry c. lack mesodermally derived tissues d. A and B only e. A, B and C 3. Cephalization is primarily associated with a. adaptation to dark environments b. method of reproduction c. fate of the blastopore d. type of the digestive system e. bilateral symmetry 4. You are trying to identify an animal with no tissues or symmetry. This animal is most likely a a. flatworm b. jelly c. comb jelly d. sponge e. nematode 5. Acoleomates have bodies that a. are solid with tissue b. lack of the ability of muscular contraction c. lack of true tissues d. lack mesodermally derived tissues e. are incapable of muscular contraction BIO122: Tutorial 5 1
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Tutorial 5-1 - BIO122 Tutorial 5 (Lecture 5) 1. Organisms...

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