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Cubangbang #135463

Cubangbang Ch.15-23 Study Stack by Kyle Maluo #135463

Chapter 15 (blank)
1. All animals are eukaryotic, multicellular, and have true tissues true
2. An invertebrate is an animal that has no skeleton false
3. Which of these is a filter feeder sponge
4. Nematocyst helps a jellyfish protect itself and feed itself
5. Bilateral symmetry is exhibited by a planarian
6. Neurons and ganglia are associated with an animal’s nervous system
7. Ascaris is a roundworm
8. Which of these is not an organ of the earthworm’s digestive system? Excretory tube
9. The earthworm’s blood pressure is controlled by five pairs of aortic arches
10. Match the organism with its phylum (blank)
Hookworm nematoda
Earthworm annelida
Coral cnidaria
Sponge porifera
Tapeworm platyhelminthes
Chapter 16 (blank)
1.which of these is not a mollusk jellyfish
2.All mollusk live in the water false
3.which of these has a foot clam
4.An exoskeleton with jointed appendages is a characteristic of phylum octopus
5. The grasshopper has an open circulatory system true
6.Wichstage is associated with incomplete metamorphosis nymph
7. You would probably find the greatest number of legs on an millipede
8.Radial symmetry is typical of Crustaceans
9. The water-vascular system is important for movement and predation
10.Which of these is not an echinoderm squid
Chapter 17 (blank)
1.Match the organ with the system to which it is mostly closely related (blank)
Ureter excretory
Spinal cord nervous
Diaphragm respiratory
Small intestine digestive
Artery circulatory
2.Endoskeletons can contain both bone and cartilage true
3.In a fish, the blood that leaves the heart goes directly to the gills
4.Gills are found in fish and tadpoles
5.sensory organs of the head are connected to the brain by cranial nerves
6.Food does not pass through the pancreas
7.Because a fish is supported by an internal skeleton, we can say that it is endothermic false
8. The lamprey is a jawless fish
9. Amphibians are the only vertebrates that experience metamorphosis
10. A frog has teeth but does not chew its food true
11. Which of these is so unique that it I a order of reptiles all by itself Tuatara
12. There are snake species that live in deserts, jungles, and oceans
Chapter 18 (blank)
1.Mammals, birds, and reptiles are all endothermic organisms false
2.Which of these organ systems is/are used by some endothermic animals to cool themselves circulatory, respiratory, and nervous system
3.A sharp, hooked beak would probably be found on a bid that eats meat
4.In addition to lungs, birds have Air sacs
5. Which of these is the food source in a bird’s egg yolk
6. All mammals have some hair true
7. Which of these would be nourished by an umbilical cord during development placental animals
8. The mammal teeth primarily used for cutting are the incisors
9.The mammal hair that contains pigments and is responsible for animal’s coat color is the Guard hair
10. Which of these is not a marsupial Duck-billed platypus
Chapter 19 (blank)
1. When a lioness cleans and nurses her cubs, she is displaying a reflex behavior false
2. Innate behaviors are those an animal is born with true
3. The mating rituals seen in many animals are examples of instincts
4. Migration has been observed among reptiles, birds, and mammals
5. The champion invertebrate migrator discussed in our book is the monarch butterfly
6. Which of these does not respond to pheromones as far as we know whale
7. A squirrel efficiently opens and eats a nut learned behavior
8. A chimp discovers it can use a wad of leaves as a sponge to get water intelligent behavior
9. A young wolf tries to attack a skunk, gets sprayed in the face, and avoids skunks for the rest of its life learned behavior
10. A dog snaps at you when you blow in its face reflex
Chapter 20 (blank)
1. A cat has 38 chromosomes therefore its sperm cells would contain 19 chromosomes
2. The immediate result of fertilization is zygote, single cell, and a diploid cell
3. Gametes are special cells that are most important for growth
4. (External fertilization) usually occurs in water (blank)
5. The process in which a female fish releases eggs and a male fertilizes them is called spawning (blank)
6. Gestation is a process that occurs inside the uterus
7. A chicken egg must be fertilized before the shell is formed or it will not hatch true
8. Which of these is not found in a bird egg umbilical cord
9. Which of the following is not exchanged between the mother and the embryo blood
10. The embryo is attached to the placenta by the umbilical cord
Chapter 21 (blank)
1. Ecology is the study of only the living things in an environment false
2. A description of what an organism does or how it relates to the rest of its environment is called its niche
3. Which of these is not a typical abiotic environmental factor seeds
4. Rain, snow, sleet, and hail are all forms of precipitation
5. Populations in the same area combine to form an community
6. Organisms such as green plants and algae can make their own food. We can, therefore call them producers
7. In which natural process is carbon dioxide converted to sugar and oxygen Hibernation
8. In which book of the bible are natural rhythm Genesis
9. Which of these is not an example of a circadian rhythm A sea turtle migrates to a remote island to lay her eggs.
10. Because irises die back to the ground in the winter and sprout again every spring, we call them perennials.
Chapter 22 (blank)
1.Which of these are most often decomposer organisms fungi, and bacteria
2. Which one of these would be highest on an ecological pyramid carnivore
3. Some predators may also become prey true
4. Which of these is not a social insect fruit fly
5. Competition occurs between populations of different species, but not within a population of the same species false
6. The relationship between a wolf and a magpie, which picks the meat off the bones of a deer after a wolf has eaten its fill, it is best described as commensalisms
7.In the above example, the magpie would be considered a scavenger (blank)
8. Epiphytes are plants that depend on other plants.
9.Which of these is an example obligatory mutualism Termites, and digestive protozoans.
10.Acolorful poison dart frog is a good example of warning coloration.
Chapter 23 (blank)
1.Which of these is a renewable natural resource timber
2. The beaver is an example of a consumer
3.Which of these is considered to be extinct Passenger
4.Domesticated animals are those that man raises primarily for his own us true
5. Clover, soybeans, and other legumes are important to farmers mainly because they add (nitrogen) to the soil (blank)
6. If a country’s birthrate is increasing while its death rate is decreasing its population will grow.
7. (Conservation) Is the preservation and wise use of natural resources. (blank)
8. Heat may be a form of energy pollution
9. Lumber is an example of a nonbiodegradable pollutant false
10. Which of these is not a potential source of air pollution PO ( with a tiny four on the bottom that I don’t know how to type)
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