Animal Diversity Midterm & Key Form A Spr10

Animal Diversity Midterm & Key Form A Spr10 - BSC2011-L...

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BSC2011-L Lecture Midterm Exam - FORM A Spring 2010 Name, please: ________________________________________________ Please mark on your scantron the single best choice to answer each of the following questions. 1. In the figure below, which letter indicates the dorsal side of the cat? _____ 2. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Members of the same class are more closely related then members in the same order. B. Members in different orders may be more closely related then members in the same family. C. Members of the same family are more closely related then members of different orders. D. Members of the same family are more closely related then members in the same genus. E. Members in different families may be more closely related then members in the same genus. 3. The _____ are sponges with skeletal-type structures exclusively made of silica. A. Calcarea B. Demospongiae C. Staurozoa D. Hexactinellida E. Cubozoa 4. Which of the following scientific names is written correctly? A. Callinectes sapidus B. Callinectes Sapidus C. callinectes sapidus D. callinectes Sapidus 5. A grouping of animals that includes a single common ancestor and all of its descendents is a _____ group. A. monophyletic B. polyphyletic C. paraphyletic D. homologous E. conserved 6. In a syconoid sponge type, choanocytes line the _____. A. spongocoel B. gastrovascular cavity C. radial canals D. osulum E. incurrent chambers 7. All of the following are incorrectly paired except for _____. A. phoronids – avicularia B. ectoprocts – corona C. nematomorphs- rhynchocoel D. rotifers – mastax E. echiurans - zooecium 8. A medusa occurs for at least some part of the life cycle in the ____. A. Anthozoa, Staurozoa, and Hydrozoa B. Anthozoa only C. Scyphozoa, Hydrozoa, and Cubozoa D. Scyphozoa, Staurozoa, and Cubozoa E. none of the above 9. Common first intermediate hosts for most digenean flukes are _____. A. clams B. flies C. mice D. mosquitoes E. snails 10. An animal that is monoecious _____. A. has only one gender B. has both genders C. has only the male gender D. has only the female gender 11. In the flatworm, flame cells are involved in what metabolic process? A. reproduction B. digestion C. locomotion D. osmoregulation E. all of the above 12. Bilateral symmetry is characteristic of members of the _____. A. Scyphozoa B. Trematoda C. Hexactinellida D. Anthozoa E. Calcarea 13. The most posterior region of a polychaete is the _____. A. peristomium B. clitellum C. parapodium D. prostomium E. pygidium
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14. The respiratory structures seen in horseshoe crabs are called _____. A. spiracles B. book lungs C. book gills D. tracheae E. malpighian tubules 15. Eggs of rotifers that are unfertilized and develop parthenogenetically only into females during the _________ are described as _________, while those that undergo meiosis and are haploid as ______ approaches are ___________. A. winter, mictic; summer, amictic
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