BISC120_Fall02_Geiger_Exam2

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D Ctenophora. 7E3? None ofthe above. \ ('1 {Tm 5-. Which ol‘thc tlillrwing is TRUE? A) Schimcocly is typical For schis‘osnriiasis. B) Protostomes lorm the coclom h}! sr‘hixocoely. C) Schimcoely is initiated by imaginations at the tin ol'thc {H‘CltCnlCT‘OfE. \L’x D) The spongococl arises by schizocoely. E) None ot‘thc. above. <3. Which otthv tn‘imving distinguishes \nidcrs from ins-cc 3“) Spider» ion': “nit. Q Spiders. :zu‘ serarafc icscs. l3) Spiders have compound eyes i V»i2)_'Spiders have hook lungs. 1:5 li) Spiders undergo metainorpliows. _l:_ 7. A clade is: ’\_‘ 2 morphological grade. r". * a molecular gt‘firic ii) = any grade. (/B)‘ int'vth'fll‘ifr‘lcltc groin“... ‘_ i): as; . invertehrates. ii, _‘ 8. You find an animal with‘thc toll-owing characteristics: is soft; mouth in the middle: is vagile; has eight eyes. is found in the ocean. What is it? i 1‘ a , ,9! MM , A) Ncmcrtcan. C ) Nematode. to“ “ in) Sea slug. r) V _ «7 Rfikitorns. l‘t a'u‘hcllarian. Total noints this nagc: 111111213110: 7 fiifi‘ ,,., SSN: ‘ .5: ..- .; - , 1 1. -' ‘>. Wh) is the heart“ ood 111 trees dead? A} lo aHOVV u: iiestricicd water flow tioin the roots to the s 11051.17 ‘ '2) Tl 1e pressuie Loliihe growing tree t1 Lnk collapses these V SSSL‘H. " C) Because resin build—up \V'ili till the \‘Cbscls. D) l‘or lateral hranches to grow more easily. " E) To act as a reservoir for chlorophyll in the winter. K '4). "l‘x'ltzit is the significance ol‘thc “('21111l1i'iati l'xplosion‘.’" A) It explains the rapid radiation Liliarigiosncrins alter the KI) hourda" RJA tthzit point oxygen levels were 111 an all time loVV. CTN/lost major animal phyla are found for the first time. D) A meteoric impact killed offall the trilobites. l3) th lirst insects Loloiiized the land. «2 v.71 l l. The following is .\()‘ an insect. A) Dragonfly. 6 Harv estman E) Termite. 8) Butterfly D) Ant. l2. Monocots and dicots are distinguished bx A) annual — perennial life cycle. B) anemogamy — zoogamy. C) four- fold syinmetiy— live fold symmetry. D)hndistinct « distinct tpith in stLin. {1‘ thllltllC —te1ri‘sti~1 .1111..i‘.. ‘ .\ circuiiiesophagczil home run; is .‘V’DT Voi'nd in: ”.1, i A ,v KL?" .1 A) Gastropoda. — mm“ C) Nemertea. ’ 1" ti) ( cstrmia. B) Cephalopoda. 1/ l))An11L‘lids. 1/ t4 WhV do Turbellaria lack 21 circiilath s} <1Ln‘.’ 1 A) A CS icquires a coclom. but luibcllaria are acoelomates. ' ‘BXThe body is so thin that respiration is accomplished by dil‘t’usion. A C) Trick question. Turbellaria do have a Circulatory system. D) There is sufficient oxygen (“SSHlV’C‘d in the water making 21 CS superfluous. T7,) The nervous system oli'l‘urheilm‘izi also acts as its CS. fill—in—thc-blanks (2 points each) The cells that are formed by the apical 111L‘1istc n ofthe root th at are not inLcrporit l6’l into the growing plant are livinti 111 thi _ .211: . ' ' ¢ Wiw ril'tlie tissues iniiticdizimiy produced l‘-_\ ’l.1s (tplCEtl meristem is the 1"} ‘1’1.’ Ci V‘itll 1‘1-~-111Ller; anchor their hotly in the host with the 7 y ' ' that .111: tille \_ ”(germ layer) (lCl‘iVL‘Li structure. Total points this page: . and shed body .. r:staticjuur'l'AA initials: $18 HM ss /.i'-‘ "a on" name: -! SSN: - n The . m do“ Q {LS are characterized by an epidermal nerve net and the lack ol‘ganglia, although some have sensory organs such as 3+9 to C 23:5 _ and m. . __- The resting stages of sponges are sponges living in yew: _ —G(¢$l\\A>Cd’C(. ' ’l rue/False ('3 points each) Answer T or F. Unclear answers will be m 1 f 3 l. Horseshoe crabs can inject venom with their pointed tail. (/6 t’ _,— and are usually found in arked as incorrect. (LU/infra c 2. Moss animals are characterized by a U—shapetl gut and having a lophophorc. W 3. Most biologists agree that segmentation arose once in animal evolution. { "7 4. Only very few trematodes are parasitic. ,: ___ 5. 'l‘raeheas are the respiratory organs of insects. o. The thickened ovary gives rise to fruits in many plant species. ’_ 7. Ginger is a thickened root. “moi “ MOdi'rkot St’tmfi a»— ,{_ 8. Anemogamy and wind pollination are synonymous. 4'. i. 0. Rarnaclcs belong in a class of mollusks. :T ll). Usually, where a flower develops, the apical meristem \\‘il? lllC. '5' 7 3 l. There are no angiospcrms that are pollinated by mammals. '_ A ll. Parasitic angiosperms usually have low concentrations ol‘cliloroirhyll. Matching (2 points each) ll. Madreporite Az'Echinoderms n 1‘ _ l mnacocerm B. Sponges. ,_:..._ Secondary segmentation. / C. Chm)” , (“VJ-“t": D_ MCSOglea D;'Scyphozoa. , fi"“ s ____;_i_ 4 fold symmetry ,Ei’Ctenophora. Lprll's 7¥3A_ Monocot We; Dicots Q.»_ Root hairs > 27 C4 metabolism 5-: ,Gas exchange A’. Parallel veins 1,8. Iaproot ’C. lipidermis only. / Df'Arid condition. , Et’Spongy parenchyma. Total points this page: ‘vJ Zunilials: 1:21.14“ HM ss 41" W!“ ssw: ! "11111“ 1111131101 1 12 1.111i111s 101111) 111111 adapationsdplums 10211idcqndi111111s. (4 points) , , ,2 11131115, 5 l’ fh‘mhiflx “With? ’ 131 2'11-"3’1131155 *1" KW": Wfi/s'i.‘*‘"“ Ymiv' :1 «~- = 11‘1" llmr ways by which uninmls can move and <Ii\ e {111 example origgnnisinigrerir i1"- \1'l1iel11l1is 11:1111l‘lnem1101i011 is 10111111. 1: points per 112111. “ 1311011115 total) ( l, .i ’l n 1 ’111m 111,95 ' Wilma/.1, r11) 5 116/ 1.1% ~ ”I' . ,m U 11’? 7‘ )1 ‘ 1 , ~ firm Jéw/éy/ 0%;J W ‘1 117.4 _ ”1:1. . i‘nfip )le Choice (3 1111111115 each) “A? V 10; ,1 " , l, l‘he most aneieni phylum of fungi is the: A) Zygomyeoia C) Basidionucoia B) Ascomyeota m3 Chvtridiomyeota 2.5} 32 252.5,ij 111s llmf 1(3'11012 ice asewallx: \) use meiosis 1o dix idc. ( 1131011115 “HUM“ 111 v “a olfsprim. / Bliproduec 0e11eiie11lly identical 0 lspring. D)p1‘0(lUC€1(l1plOi(l icamcies 1211). l‘i'nmsmmes exhibit radial cleavage 01‘s. l‘ei'iiliyed egg during developinen‘. 1‘ 'l‘raeheids are dead cells found in xylem tissue 1h211 transport water. 1:11 1 —111—the—blank(? nmnis 13:11:11.) The relationship between termites and Trickenymphya is a good example of ,0 1,“ 'S m Y'lm snecialized sirueiures squid use 10 change their mantle color are called l ff- «(1 ail/9:13:11 g "[1111, 121': distinguish 111:1lezii11l female ei‘ziylislz by 1111: difference 11‘ .p.11'1 01'111e waIer vase11lzn’sys1m11,111111111s.11121111111i1.11l e 1 idenee 111111 5111 s111.~ --:m 111 1:1 1111113 points 1l1i5< page: ...
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