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Porifera and Cnideria

Concept #1: Arthropods and Chelicerata

Concept #2: Crustaceans and Hexapods

An example of a hermaphroditic crustacean is thea. crabb. lobsterc. barnacled. crayfish
All crustaceans have a unique kind of larva called aa. niaidb. naupilusc. trochophored. planulae. nymph
The foremost appendages on spiders area. pedipalpsb. maxillaec. antennaed. cheliceraee. mandibles
In horseshoe crabs, the most anterior appendages are thea. antennaeb. pinchersc. mandiblesd. pedipalpse. chelicerae
The molting process in arthropods is known asa. ecdysisb. tagmatizationc. metamorphosisd. paedomorphosise. cephalization
Chemicals for insect communication are calleda. ecdysonesb. protosonesc. pheromonesd. deuterosonese. none of the above
While most insects have four wings, _______________ have only two.a. termitesb. fliesc. fleasd. bedbugse. crickets
The second pair of spider appendages is thea. maxillaeb. uropodsc. pedipalpsd. mandiblese. chelicerae
Which one of the following is not a characteristic of the arthropods?a. jointed appendagesb. exoskeletonc. coelomd. segmented bodye. All of the above are characteristic of the arthropods
Which one of the following is not a crustacean?a. lobsterb. copepodc. horseshoe crabd. barnaclee. crayfish
The largest group of arthropods is the:a. arachnidsb. crustaceansc. insectsd. millipedese. centipedes
Having chelicerae, a body divided into an anterior cephalothorax and posterior abdomen, and book lungs is characteristic of:a. arachnidsb. insectsc. millipedesd. crustaceanse. trilobites
Which of the following are not arthropods?a. earthwormsb. crayfishc. spidersd. butterfliese. both a and c
Arthropods molt becausea. Their old exoskelton does not grow with their bodyb. It helps them escape predatorsc. None of the above
Most insectsa. Have two pairs of wings and two pairs of legsb. Have one pair of wings and six pairs of legsc. Cannot flyd. Have two pairs of wings and three pairs of legs
Spiders, scorpians, and mites belong to the subphyluma. Urochordatab. Crustaceac. Trilobitad. Chelicerata
The largest phylum of pseudocoelomates isa. Cycliophorab. Platyhelminthesc. Cestodad. Nematodae. Rotifera
What are the major advantages and disadvantages of an arthropod's exoskeleton?
Give two characteristics that separate Arachnids from Insects.
Why is it important that arthropods have jointed appendages?