Animal Diversity Midterm & Key A Sum10

Animal Diversity Midterm & Key A Sum10 - BSC 2011-L -...

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BSC 2011-L - Animal Diversity Midterm Lecture Exam – Form A Summer 2010 Name, please: _____________________________ Please select the single best choice to answer each of the following questions. 1. The phylum with the most species is _____. A. Annelida B. Arthropoda C. Platyhelminthes D. Nemertea E. Cnidaria 2. Which of the following is a scientific name that is written correctly for a species in the genus Uca? A. Uca Pugilator B. Uca pugilator C. uca pugilator D. Pugilator uca E. Pugilator Uca 3. A phylogeny represents _____. A. evolutionary relationships among a set of organisms B. ancestral organisms and their descendents C. the taxonomic groups to which an organism belongs D. 4. Fossil evidence indicates that nearly 100 different animal phyla had already evolved over a relatively short period of time known as the _____ explosion. A. Phylogenetic B. Cambrian C. Geological D. Protostome E. Metazoan 5. Which if the following is not associated with asexual reproduction? A. reproduction that doesn’t involve gametes B. pathenogenesis C. genetically identical offspring D. amictic eggs E. budding 6. Monoecious describes organisms that ____. A. develop first as males and later switch to females B. possess both testes and ovaries C. possess either testes or ovaries D. reproduce asexually 7. A large animal has less surface area compared to its inner volume than a smaller animal. A. True B. False 8. The simplest eumetazoan animal group is the ____. A. Nematoda B. Platyhelminthes C. Porifera D. Cnidaria E. Pseudocoelomata 9. The correct taxonomic hierarchy is _____. A. species - class - genus - family - phylum - order – kingdom B. species - genus - order - family - class - phylum - kingdom C. species - family - genus - order - phylum - class - kingdom D. species - genus - family - order - class - phylum - kingdom E. species - family - genus - class - phylum - order – kingdom 10. Which of the following is said to have a cellular grade of organization? A. Cnidaria B. Nematoda C. Cestoda D. Porfiera E. Protostomia 11. How does a radial symmetry differ from bilateral symmetry? A. A radially symmetrical animal has dorsal and ventral surfaces. Bilaterally symmetrical animals do not. B. Radially symmetrical animals can be divided into symmetrical halves with any plane through the central axis. Bilaterally symmetrical animals can be divided into equal halves by only one specific plane through a central axis. C. Radially symmetrical animals possess three embryonic germ layers, while bilaterally symmetrical animals only possess
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