MarineBiologyExam3VersionC

MarineBiologyExam3VersionC - 1 Marine Biology NAME C Fall...

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Marine Biology NAME_____________________ C Fall 2009- Exam 3 Please put your last and first name on both this exam and on your scantron. In the upper right hand corner of your scantron put a large C to indicate you took version C of the exam. Test No. is Exam 3 1. An example of a anadromous fish would be a. An eel b. A coho salmon c. A great white shark d. A hagfish 2. Tuna are able to keep their body temperature from about 5° to almost 12° C above the water temperature by using 3. Nekton are organisms that are 4. An example of Nekton is 5. The most primitive animals in the sea are a. starfish b. crustacean c. jellyfish d. sponges 6. Suspension Feeders 1
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7. Cnidarians 8. In the marine benthos 9. Some deep ocean sediments are red clay. This sedimentary material originated a. from Foraminifera b. from Pteropods c. from diatoms d. from dust blowing off deserts 10. The thin layer of tissue which secretes the shell of a mollusk is known as 11. An octopus is 12. Where on the coral reef are the Elkhorn and big Brain corals?
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