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Mixtures of fungi with algae or bluish-green bacteria in symbiosis: (a) Chloroplasts (b) Lichens (c) Cellular slime molds (d) Flagella (e) Mosses Scattered white patches appearing on a person s mucous membranes may well signal the presence of: (a) Albinism (b) Enhanced immune system activity (c) Candidiasis (d) Amebiasis (e) Deadly bark-rot syndrome A partial, undeveloped plant contained within a seed: (a) Zygote (b) Ovum (c) Sperm (d) Embryo (e) Fetus Mosses and other moss-like plants: (a) Nonvascular plants (b) Tracheophytes (c) Vascular plants (d) Oviducts (e) Lichens Sphagnum is also known as: (a) Peat moss (b) Water chestnut (c) Plantain (d) Leafy veins (e) Chlorophyll Lacking a vascular (vessel-bearing) system, they must grow upon shallow pools of water: (a) Conifers (b) Gymnosperms (c) Mosses and liverworts (d) Lichens and corals (e) Club fungi and sac fungi
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Gnetophytes, like all _____, reproduce by means of spores and cones : (a) Gymnosperms (b) Angiosperms (c) Spermatozoa (d) Oocytes (e) Zygotes The female reproductive organ of a ower: (a) Anthers (b) Filaments (c) Stamen (d) Corolla (e) Carpel Plucking one petal from an otherwise perfect round ower would result in: (a) Creation of symmetry (b) Enhanced Biological Order (c) The process of measuring together (d) Introduction of bilateral symmetry (e) Breaking of radial symmetry After a zygote undergoes several cleavages, the eight-cell stage is followed by: (a) A blastula, then a gastrula (b) An archenteron, then a blastula (c) A gastrula, then a blastula (d) Endosymbiosis (e) Self-pollination
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Bilateral invertebrates with no main body cavity: (a) Annelids and other types of coelomates (b) Primates and many other mammals (c) Planaria and other types of acoelomates (d) Nearly all types of autotrophs (e) Mollusks A huge phylum of invertebrates with segmented bodies and jointed feet : (a) Humans and other vertebrates (b) Fungi (c) Arthropods (d) Plantae (e) Mycetes Comprise the hugest number of known species of any animal: (a) Millipedes (b) Echinoderms (c) Centipedes (d) Marsupials (e) Insects Evolutionary bridging species between most invertebrates and the true vertebrates: (a) Archaeopteryx and other ancient bird-reptiles (b) Monarch butter ies and pupating moths (c) Sea squirts and lancelets (d) Sharks and other cartilaginous shes (e) Snakes and turtles The vertebrates all have a (an) _____ _____ system: (a) Cartilaginous osseous (b) Open circulatory (c) Nonfunctional nervous (d) Open-topped vertebral (e) Closed circulatory
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PART FOUR
Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
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CHAPTER
Skins and Skeletons
Having introduced and characterized the mammals, it is now appropriate for us to further examine the meaning of the following claim: Oh, those pesky animals! They re just a bag of bones! Yes, this is true! The bag is their surrounding skin, while the bones are the major organs making up their skeletons Yet, there is also another reason why we consider both the skin and the skeleton together, here in 13 Recall ( 10) that in all animals, except for sponges, there are two or more germ layers within the embryo These germ layers are technically called derms or skins, since they consist of thin groups of primitive cells that progressively di erentiate (dih-fer-EN-sheate) or become more di erent, as the embryo undergoes its development In the hollow gastrula and later stages of embryonic development, there are three derms or skins Remember that 10 identi ed these as the endoderm (inner skin), mesoderm (middle skin), and ectoderm (outer skin) The ectoderm eventually forms much of the skin, hair, nails, the enamel of the teeth, and the most important portions of the nervous system The mesoderm, in contrast, ultimately gives rise to the bones, muscles, much of the heart and circulatory system, and the connective tissues We consider skin and skeleton together in the same chapter because they arise from two adjacent germ layers within the embryo
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