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NAME _______KEY ___________ EFB285 - ZOOLOGY LAB LAB 3 1. What level of organization do protozoans have? _____ Protoplasmic ____________________ 2. What are the pores used for in Radiolarian tests? ___ pseudopodia come out of the pores ___ 3. What is the function of the stigma in Euglena ? ________ to detect light ___________________ 4. (2 points) What 2 important steps in evolution do Volvox represent? ** 1 point off for each incorrect answer** a. ______ cell differentiation _____________________ b. ______ development of sex ____________________ 5. Which protozoan/arthropod pair are a good example of symbiotic mutualism and why?
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Unformatted text preview: Trichonympha campanula and termites – they cannot live without each other 6. Describe the locomotion of Paramecium . it beats the cilia rhythmically to propel it through the culture 7. How is the pellicle different on the oral (mouth) and aboral (opposite mouth) sides of the Paramecium ? the pattern runs longitudinally on one side and horizontally on the other 8. Which protozoan may have made Charles Darwin ill on his voyage on the Beagle ? Trypanosoma cruzi (Chagas’ disease) – pg. 88 9. What was the most surprising, or interesting thing you observed today in lab?...
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