Final - Bio 110 Fall 2007 McNett Additions are in italics...

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Bio 110, Fall 2007, McNett Additions are in italics BIODIVERSITY EXAM IV (FINAL) REVIEW SHEET What are the basic parts of a mollusk body plan? Is the mantle the same thing as the shell? What layers make up the shell? What is the unique structure found in mollusks that we don't see in any other phylum? What are the basic parts of a circulatory system? What's the difference between an open and a closed circulatory system? What are the major classes of the phylum Mollusca? Someof the classes in the phylum show exceptions to the "general rules" of being a mollusk; what are these exceptions (an example: all classes have bilateral symmetry except Gastropoda)? Is blood blue until it hits air? What's the difference between an artery and a vein? What is a chromatophore organ? How does it work? What is an annelid? How does the coelom differ in size between annelids and mollusks? In what way is the annelid digestive system more developed? What functions do the different parts of an earthworm digestive system have? What kind of muscles do the annelids have? As a major evolutionary trait, how is segmentation different from some of the other major traits (coelom, tissues, etc.)? How would you recognize the difference on a phylogenetic tree? What are nephridia and how do they differ between annelids and mollusks? What are the three major classes of the phylum Annelida? How do the classes differ with respect to sexual reproduction? What's a clitellum and what is it for? When a leech
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