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AP Bio Ch 33 Outline Quiz

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AP bio ch 33 outline quiz
 Ch 33 Outline Quiz Introduction to Invertebrates

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1.  The head region of a tapeworm is called the
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2.  Animals that have three layers of embryonic tissue and have one solid mass of tissue rather than tissues and organs nestled inside a body cavity are
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3.  Animals that have three layers of embryonic tissue with organs in a cavity that is completely lined with mesoderm are
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4.  The segments of a tapeworm consisting primarily of eggs, which hang in bags as a long chain behind the head, are called
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5.  Elephantiasis is an enlargement of legs, arms, scrotum, and other tissues caused by
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6.  Coelomates that develop with the blastopore becoming the mouth are
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9.  Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all animals?
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10.  Animals that have three layers of embryonic tissue but have organs in a cavity that is not completely lined with mesoderm are
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11.  Which of the following are NOT cnidaria?
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