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- Biology 1010
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- 2015 - 2016
- Macomb Community College
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  • 1461016800 Lab Exam 3

  • How do taproot systems and fibrous root systems help plants survive and reproduce?
    By absorbing water and minerals
  • The cuticle of Ascaris is flaky and tough. What might be an adaptive advantage of a thick and tough cuticle?
    It prevents digestion in the gut
  • How does the absence of a cap at a shoot apex differ from the apical meristem of a root?
    Instead it produces shoots it doesn't need to sense gravity
  • What is this?
    Monocot Stem
  • What is this?
    Eudicot Stem
  • What is This?
    Dicot Root
  • What is this?
    Monocot Root
  • What class are Jellyfish in?
    Class Scyphozoa
  • What class are coral in?
    Class Anthozoa
  • What kind of digestion do sponges use?
  • In Hydra, which layer contains cnidocytes?
  • The basic body plan of a Cnidarian is?
    Medusa and Polyp
  • The stinging structure inside a cnidocyte is called?
  • What class are Hydra in?
    Class Hydrozoa
  • What is a function of sponge spicules?
  • What are spicules made of?
    CaCO3, Silica, and protein
  • What are cnidocytes used for?
    Capturing prey
  • What is this?
    Corn Root (dicot)
  • What is this?
    Obelia Young Medusa
  • What is this?
    Hydra that is budding
  • What is this?
    Hydra Nematocyst
  • What is this?
    Obelia Hydroid
  • What is this?
    Aurelia Planula
  • What is this?
  • What is this?
    Spongin Skeleton
  • What is this?
    Spongin Fibers
  • What is this?
    Ascaris Cross Section
  • What is this?
    Trichinella in skeletal muscle
  • What is this?
    Planaria cross section
  • What is this and what is it pointing at?
    Planaria, pointer on the feeding tube. The purple around the GVC
  • What is this?
    Taenia Pisiformes and their proglottids
  • What is this?
    Leech anterior sucker
  • What is this?
    Leech posterior sucker
  • What is this?
    Nereis Parapodium, notice the setae
  • What is this?
    Mussel Glochida
  • Do tapeworms have a digestive system
  • What tissues are found in Cnidaria?
    Ectoderm and endoderm
  • What system do tapeworms only really have?
    The reproductive system
  • What does the typhasole do
    Increase surface area
  • What is the typhasole
    An internal fold of the intestine or instestine inner wall. This occurs in bivalve mollusks, lampreys and some annelids and echinoderms
  • In addition for breathing, what else are gills used for?
    To catch food
  • Does Porifera have tissue?
  • When counting growth rings what do you have to do to get an accurate number?
    Add one
  • What class are earthworms a part of?
  • What class are the worms with noticeable setea a part of?
    Class Nereis
  • Where are the nematocysts found?
    In the nematocyt
  • What phylum is the class turbularia a part of?
    Phylum Platyhelminthes
  • What phylum are tapeworms a part of?
    Phylum Platyhelminthes
  • What class are tapeworms a part of?
    Class Cestoda
  • What is the scolex in the tapeworm?
    The head
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