l . The various tenonnmic levels (calmly, genera, classes, etc.)
of the hierarchical classication system differ from each
h. Ihe relative nome sizes of the organisms assigned to each.
c. how widely the organisms assigned to ea
6?. Phloem transport ofaarrose is often described as going
Iron] sprees to sink. Which ofthe following would not
normally funetion as a sink?
c. shoot tip
d. growing root
e. storage organ in summer
59. This gure represents a generalized life cycle for land
plants. Each number within a circle or square represents a
specic plant or plant port. and each number otter an mow
represents either meiosis. mitosis, or fertilization
,J' I #9. 1|.ll'hich of the following is a TRUE statement about plant
3:. Eggs and sperm of hryophytes swim toward one another.
h. Bryophytea are limited to asexual reproduction
c Einhiyophyresaresmall hecausetheyare roan early
21.]. When comparing diplomooads and Eoghnocaoaos:
4'." both are classied as Uniltonts.
both are classied as Escayatos.
. diploenonotis have ouloiuro loosed walls. while
Euglenoaoans have silica-based walls.
iv hollt include parasites.
4i]. tit scientist nds a worm-like organism in tile soil. He
' observes Ibn'tthe womts external hodyis segmented What
other eooeltteinns can the scientist draw about the organism
a. [t hm apsetedoeoelomatebodyplan anditisan Amelid. K
ID. a scientist discovers a prokaryote and cbscrveathot it
source. What nutritional mode does Ibis proltaryote have?
11. What characteristics describe BOTH ha
l" 30. Which ofths following characteristics applios to
. osmostomc dcvclopmsat?
biastoporo becomaa the anus
d. tadial claws:
c. diplohlastic embryo
3]. which oftba following cuzicI-i-ocitlyr comparcs Ecdysomaos
Both are onlyr ooclo