Lecture 2 2009

Lecture 2 2009 - PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2 - 2009 1....

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PALEONTOLOGY LECTURE TEST # 2 - 2009 1. The ? is characterized by an operculate, tapering shell; a ligula and helens are present. A.Hyolitha B.Monoplacophora C.Gastropoda D.Scaphopoda E.Bivalvia 2. The presence of nematocysts is characteristic of the A.Mollusca B.Echinodermata C.Brachiopoda D.Bryozoa E.Cnidaria 3. Squids and octopuses belong to the A.Nautiloidea B.Coleoidea C.Bactritoidea D.Ammonoidea E.Endoceratoidea 4. The pleural lobe is the ? lobe of a trilobite. A.axial B.lateral 5. Sea anemones, corals, sea fans, sea pens, and sea feathers belong to the A.Scyphomedusae B.Conulariida C.Anthozoa D.Stenolaemata E.Phylactolaemata 6. The barnacles belong to the A.Cirripedia B.Branchiopoda C.Copepoda D.Malacostraca E.Ostracoda 7. The ? are found in rocks from Ordovician through Permian age; there is 4-fold symmetry, with secondary septa developing in 4 of 6 of the interseptal spaces. A.Scyphomedusae B.Rugosa C.Tabulata D.Scleractinia E.Conulariida 8. In the ? the shell consists of a phragmacone, pro-ostracum and rostrum. A.Teuthida B.Sepioidea C.Octapoda D.Belemnoidea E.Nautiloidea 9. The ? Ichnofacies is characteristic of intertidal sandy environments; it consists of vertical "pipe rocks". A. Glossifungites B. Cruziana C. Zoophycos D. Skolithos E. Nereites 10. The ? are characterized by polymorphism; some individuals have weird bird-like beaks for feeding or defense. A.Mollusca B.Echinodermata C.Brachiopoda D.Bryozoa E.Cnidaria 11. The ? are characterized by a discoid theca; the five ambulacra on the upper hemisphere radiated from the mouth in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. A.Helicoplacoidea B.Edrioasteroidea C.Ophiocistoidea D.Cyclocystoidea E.Holothuroidea 12. The most abundant modern brachiopods belong to the ?; they are characterized by a complex looped brachidium. A.Terebratulida B.Orthida C.Strophomenida D.Pentamerida E.Rhynchonellida 13. The presence of a brachiole, hydrospires and lancet plates are diagnostic of the A.Crinozoa B.Asterozoa C.Blastozoa D.Homalozoa E.Echinozoa 14. The ? are primitive winged insects that lack the ability to fold their wings. A.Apterygota B.Palaeoptera C.Neoptera 15. There ? freshwater brachiopods. A.are/were B.are no/were no 16. The Ophiuroidea belong to the A.Homalozoa B.Echinozoa C.Blastozoa D.Crinozoa E.Asterozoa
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17. There ? trilobites after the Permian. A.are B.are no 18. The ? are "velvet worms"; modern types are found in tropical rain forests. A.Cirripedia B.Onychophora C.Branchiopoda D.Copepoda E.Malacostraca 19. In the ? the medusa stage is dominant; in some types mesentaries subdivide the body. A.hydrozoans B.anthozoans C.scyphozoans 20. The ? are colonial; they may appear bush-like, fungiform or encrusting and often form carpet-like colonies. A.Mollusca
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