BIOL_211__1__Raich_jflagg_Exam_2_Review - SI 10/19/08 Exam...

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SI 10/19/08 Exam 2 Review 1. Which of the following phylogenetic groups within the animal kingdom encompasses all the others in the list? A. rotifera B. deuterostomes C. bilateria D. arthropoda E. protostomes 2. Octopi are most closely related to which of the following organisms? A. clams B. jellyfish C. starfish D. earthworms E. crabs 3. The innovation that freed vertebrates from being tied to water for reproduction and allowed them to radiate into diverse terrestrial environments was the development of A. ecdysis. B. the placenta. C. lateral line system. D. bony appendages. E. amniotic egg. 4. Bad question—ignore it! 5. You are eumetazoan, bilateral, and a protostome. What other clade must you belong to in order to be a rotifera? A. radiata B. cnidaria C. mollusca D. lophotrochozoa E. ecdysozoa 6. Tetrapods include: A.humans B. snakes C. birds D. salamanders E. all of the above 7. Insects are typically characterized by all of the following EXCEPT: A. Three pairs of legs B. chelicerata C. wings D. A head, thorax, and abdomen E. Bilateral symmetry 8. Unlike placental mammals, both monotremes and marsupials: A. are found in Australia and Africa B. lack nipples C. include only insectivores and herbivores D. lay eggs E. have some embryonic development outside the mother's uterus 9. Which of the following is the best description of sponges? a. no real symmetry, diploblastic, cnidocytes for capturing prey
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2010 for the course BIO 211 taught by Professor Raich during the Spring '10 term at Acadia.

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