q-ch32-intro-animals

q-ch32-intro-animals - Quiz, Ch. 32 Intro. to Animals with...

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Quiz, Ch. 32 Intro. to Animals with answers attached MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1)
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Which of the followin g terms or structur es is properly associat ed only with animals ?
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1)
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______ _ A)
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chitin B)
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Hox genes C)
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sexual reproduction D)
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cell wall E)
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autotrophy 2)
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Both animals and fungi are heterotr ophic. What distingui shes animal heterotr ophy from fungal heterotr ophy is that only animals derive their nutrition
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2) ___ ____ b y u s i n g e n z y m e s to di g e st th ei r fo o d. fr om organic matter.
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by ingesting it. D)
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by preying on animals. E)
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by consuming living, rather than dead, prey. 3)
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Which of the followin g is (are) unique to animals ?
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3) ___ ____ n e r v o u s c o n d u c t i o n a n d m u s c ul ar m o v e m e nt ce lls that have mitochondria
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heterotrophy D)
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the structural carbohydrate, chitin E)
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both A and C 4)
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The number of legs an insect has, the number of vertebra e in a vertebra l column, or the number of joints in a digit (such as a finger) are all strongly influenc ed by
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4) ___ ____ H o x g e n e s. h et erogeneous genes.
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introns within genes. D)
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heterotic genes. E)
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haploid genomes. 5)
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The last commo n ancesto r of all animals was probabl y a
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5) ___ ____ m u l t i c e l lu la r fu n g u s. u nicellular chytrid.
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unicellular yeast. D)
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plant. E)
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flagellated protist. 6)
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Almost all of the major animal body plans seen today appeare d in the fossil record over 500 million years ago at the beginnin g of the
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