Lecture 2 2003

Lecture 2 2003 - NAME _ PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2 _ 1....

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NAME ________________________________________________ PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2 ___ 1. The most primitive crustaceans belong to the ?; these animals may have as many as 40 body segments or more, and can tolerate a wide variety of stressful environments. A.Branchiopoda B.Malacostraca C.Cirripedia D.Ostracoda E.Merostomata ___ 2. Within the ?, the calyx is tightly sutured and there are many long, erect, and typically pinnulate arms. A.Crinozoa B.Blastozoa C.Asterozoa D.Homalozoa E.Echinozoa ___ 3. Lobsters, crabs, crayfish and shrimp belong to the A.Branchiopoda B.Malacostraca C.Cirripedia D.Ostracoda E.Merostomata ___ 4. The ? are bivalved crustaceans; their classification is often based on muscle scar field morphology. A.Branchiopoda B.Malacostraca C.Cirripedia D.Ostracoda E.Merostomata ___ 5. ? have pentameral symmetry and a water vascular system. A.echinoderms B.arthropods C.molluscs D.poriferans E.cnidarians ___ 6. The most important modern reef-building corals are ? corals. A.tabulate B.rugose C.scleractinian D.all of the above are important modern reef-building corals E.none of the above is a reef-building coral ___ 7. Dentition, ligament insertion, adductor muscle scars, and pallial line morphology are important for classification of A.bivalves B.cephalopods C.monoplacophorans D.gastropods E.all of the above ___ 8. Horseshoe crabs, spiders, and eurypterids belong to the A.Trilobitomorpha B.Crustacea C.Chelicerata D.Myriapoda E.Hexapoda ___ 9. Arthropods respire by means of A.gills B.tracheae C.some arthropods have gills; others have tracheae ___ 10. Which of the following is a "cystoid"? A.Diploporita B.Rhombifera C.all of the above D.none of the above ___ 11. A ? is a forward (adapertural) flexure of a suture in cephalopods. A.saddle B.siphuncle C.camera D.lobe E.radula ___ 12. The Archaeogastropoda, Mesogastropoda, and Neogastropoda belong to the A.Pulmonata B.Opisthobranchia C.Prosobranchia D.all of the above E.none of the above ___ 13. Blade-shaped conodont elements are termed A.coniform B.pectiniform C.ramiform ___ 14. Trilobites have ? appendages. A.uniramous B.biramous C.some appendages are uniramous, others are biramous ___ 15. Both saddles and lobes are crenulate in A.ceratites B.goniatites C.ammonites D.all of the above
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E.none of the above ___ 16. In the ?, a telson was developed, the sixth pair of appendages were usually oar-like, and the animals were up to 9 feet long. A.xiphosurans B.branchiopods C.ostracods D.malacostracans E.eurypterids ___ 17. Eyes are well-developed and a hyponome is present in
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