Animal Diversity - review with questions

Animal Diversity - review with questions - Question 1. In...

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Question 1. In which of the following opening statements in a scientific paper are the species named in accordance with the rules of biological nomenclature: a. Rosa pal . and Hibiscus pal are both found in the swamps b. Rosa palustris and Hibiscus palustris are both found in swamps c. R. pal. And H. pal. Are both found in swamps d. R . Palustris and H . Palustris are both found in swamps e. Rosa p. and Hibiscus p. are both found in swamps Question 2. Which of the following statements is true? a. All homologous structures are also analogous b. All analogous structures are also homologous c. Two analogous structures can become homologous over time d. Two homologous structures can differ in function e. Homologous structures result from convergent evolution Question 3. You find a strange creature that is bilaterally symmetrical and lacks a coelom or pseudocoelom. On the basis of this information, you would predict that the creature in question has: a. no cephalization b. three germ layers c. an efficient hydroskeleton d. pseudopodia e. the one-way digestive system (two openings) Question 4. In the phylum chordate a. the notochord forms the central axis of the radially symmetrical body b. chordate characters are absent in the embryo, but appear later in development
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2010 for the course BIO 380 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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