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BLANK_Final_Revie[1] - SCI 240 Review Final Lecture Exam...

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SCI 240- Review Final Lecture Exam Matching: Match each of the following with its appropriate characteristic. There is only on correct answer for each number. ____ 1. Nematoda a. Pharyngial Gill Slits ____ 2. Cnidaria b. Mesoderm but blind gut ____ 3. Mollusca c. Schizocoel ____ 4. Echinodermata d. No tissues ____ 5. Platyhelminthes e. Tissues but no Mesoderm ____ 6. Arthropoda f. Deuterostome ____ 7. Sponges g. Exoskeleton h. Pseudocoel Match each of the following with its appropriate characteristic. There is only on correct answer for each number. ___ 1. Conifers a. Lack membrane bound nucleus ___ 2. Dinoflagellates b. Direct ancestor of plants ___ 3. Liverworts c. Unicellular, eukaryotic photosynthesizers ___ 4. Flowering Plants d. Ripened ovaries attract seed-dispersing animals ___ 5. Red Algae e. Have seeds but not flowers ___ 6. Cyanobacteria f. Vascular plants with self-sufficient gametophytes g. Multicellular, photosynthetic protist h. Haploid dominant plant Match each pair of groups with the most recent , uniquely derived, homologous characteristic that links them. Each letter is used only once or not at all, and there is only one correct answer for each pair. ___ 1. Insects and birds a. Wings from exoskeleton ___ 2. Insects and Mollusks b. Jointed appendages ___ 3. Insects and Centipedes c. One pair of antennae ___ 4. Butterflies and bees d. Molting ___ 5. Spiders and scorpions e. Two pairs of antennae ___ 6. Crabs and shrimp f. Mouth develops from blastopore g. Triploblastic germ layers h. Chelicerae Match each pair of groups with the most recent , uniquely derived, homologous characteristic that links them. Each letter is used only once or not at all, and there is only one correct answer for each pair. ___ 1. Birds and Mammals a. Diapsid skull ___ 2. Frogs and Mammals b. Synapsid skull ___ 3. Sharks and Mammals c. Amnion ___ 4. Urochordates and Mammals d. Four-chambered heart ___ 5. Bony fish and Mammals e. Jaws ___ 6. Sea Stars and Mammals f. Legs g. Lung or swim bladder h. Pharyngial gill slits i. Anus develops from blastopore
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Multiple Choice 1. Which one of the following features also occurs (typically) in animals with a schizocoelous coelom? a. radial cleavage b. blastopore becomes anus c. blastopore becomes mouth d. gut with no mesoderm around it e. postanal tail 2. What body plan feature first allowed animals to move using muscles instead of cilia? a. hydrostatic skeleton b. bipedal locomotion c. legs suspended directly under the body d. wings e. fins 3. Segmentation allows precise control of body movements. What additional advantage does the exoskeleton of arthropods provide for locomotion? a. it allows for changes in body position by deforming the shape of body segments b. it allows for changes in body position by muscles acting across joints c. it allows for mechanical protection of body parts d. it allows animals to burrow through sediments e. it means that animals must molt in order to grow 4. What is the name of the three pairs of appendages that appear to have been recently modified from legs to feeding
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course SCI 240 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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