Lecture 2 2005

Lecture 2 2005 - NAME _ PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2...

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NAME ________________________________________________ PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2 MATCHING: ___ 1. Calyx A.stinging capsule ___ 2. Lophophore B.terminal spine in merostomes ___ 3. Stipe C.cephalopod tube-like feature ___ 4. Radula D.junction between edges of valves ___ 5. Nematocyst E.part of crinoid which contains the soft parts ___ 6. Fossorial F.exoskeleton segment ___ 7. Spondylium G.morphological type of a trace fossil ___ 8. Siphuncle H.crinoid column with all its appendages and anchorage structures ___ 9. Ichnogenus I.“worm” pharyngeal jaw ___ 10. Telson J.ciliated filter-feeding device ___ 11. Polyp K.burrowing ___ 12. Acanthopore L.curved plate in brachiopod shell for muscle attachment ___ 13. Myomere M.largest of three types of graptolite cups or tubes ___ 14. Pelma N.muscle block along the chordate body ___ 15. Somite O.groove extending radially from echinoderm mouth ___ 16.Captacula P.transverse partition ___ 17. Mesentery Q.gas chamber in cephalopod shell ___ 18. Autotheca R.attached form ___ 19. Ambulacrum S.calcareous support structure for brachiopod lophophore ___ 20. Scolecodont T.symbiotic dinoflagellates ___ 21.Commissure U.mollusc ribbon-like rasping structure ___ 22. Umbo V.slender dense-walled tube in bryozoans ___ 23. Spreite W.bryozoan skeleton ___ 24. Umbilicus X.branch of graptolite colony ___ 25. Zooecium Y.depression in the axis of coiling ___ 26. Ecdysis Z.space for retraction of siphons in bivalves ___ 27. Operculum AA.plate-like structure sealing the aperture ___ 28. Ramiform BB.radial plate from wall to axis of corallite ___ 29. Septa CC.large tube occupied by a bryozoan ___ 30. Tabula DD.scaphopod food-gathering prehensile processes ___ 31. Pallial sinus EE.molting ___ 32. Glabella FF.opening in brachiopod shell for passage of pedicle
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___ 33.Brachidium GG.blade-shaped conodont element ___ 34. Zooxanthellae HH.trace fossil consisting of repetitious,parallel feeding or dwelling structures ___ 35. Delthyrium II.elevated axial portion of trilobite cephalon ___ 36. Zoarium JJ.relatively convex portion of valve next to the beak ___ 37. Camera KK.radially arranged wall of tissue MULTIPLE CHOICE: ___ 38. The marine nektonic pteropods are types of A.neogastropods B.pulmonates C.opisthobranchs D.mesogastropods E.archaeograstropods ___ 39. The Burgess Shale is of ? age. A.Cambrian B.Ordovician C.Silurian D.Devonian E.Mississippian ___ 40. The productids (Productidina) belong to the A.Spiriferida B.Rhynchonellida C.Strophomenidina D.Orthida E.Pentamerida ___ 41. Modern ? are able to extrude their stomach through their mouth for external digestion. A.Echinoidea B.Crinoidea C.Holothuroidea D.Asteroidea E.Blastoidea ___ 42. The hemichordates, chordates and echinoderms are A.protostomes B.deuterostomes ___ 43. “True Jellyfish” belong to the. A.Conulariida B.Rugosa C.Scleractinia D.Tabulata E.Scyphomedusae ___ 44. Cephalopod saddles are A.adapical B.adapertural C.it depends upon the type of cephalopod ___ 45. The ? are sea cucumbers.
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