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Which fungi phyla form mycorrhizae? A. Ascomycota B. Basidiomycota C. Glomeromycota D. B & C E. A, B & C Which of the following is not a synapomorphy for Kingdom Animalia? A. distinctive collagen B. desmosomes C. Hox genes D. nerves E. muscles Which of the following statements is wrong? A. Lophotrochozoans are protostomes B. Annelids are in Bilateria C. Lophotrochozoans are in Bilateria D. Cnidarians are in Bilateria E. Ecdysozoans are in Bilateria A batrachochytrium fungus that causes heart failure has been the cause of most amphibian extinctions that have occurred in the last three decades. Answer: TRUE Which is a lophotrochozoan? a. slug b. web-spinning spider c. dinoflagellate d. none of the above e. all of the above How can you recognize an ascomycete? a. Its fruiting bodies have gills b. Its spores come in groups of 8 c. It forms mycorrhizae with plant roots
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Unformatted text preview: d. It reproduces asexually e. It has cell walls made of chitin Jellyfish sting their prey (or you) with: a) choanocytes b) diatoms c) nematocysts d) plastids e) nephrons What is the main advantage of the symbioses between fungi and algae? a. The fungi protect the algae against natural enemies. b. Algae provide nitrogen for the fungi. c. The symbioses allow them to grow in places where they could not grow isolated. d. Together they form mycorrhizae which allows them to live associated with plants e. All of the above. Which of the following groups are not Protostomes: a. Rotiferans and annelids b. Poriferans and echinoderms c. Cnidarians and nematodes d. Molluscs and Cnidarians e. Vertebrates and arthropods What is the most important synapomorphy in Mollusca? a. Radula b. Soft visceral mass c. Calcareous shell d. Muscular foot e. All the above....
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