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Exploring Life - Honors Biology Chapter 23

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Q01.  23.1 What makes an animal an animal? Are you an animal? Why or why not?

 

Q02. 23.1: What is symmetry?  Which group is thought to be the closet relatives to vertebrates?

Q03. 23.2 What kind of symmetry do you find in sponges? Where do most sponges live? 

Q04.  23.3 What is a gastrovascular cavity? What are the two body forms found in cnidaria? 

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Q05. 23.4 What type of platyhelminthes are parasitic?

 

Q06. 23.5 What distinguishes nematodes from platyhelminthes?

Q07. 23.6 What characteristics do polychaete worms and leeches share?

Q08. 23.7 Do ALL mollusks have shells? What is a foot (in a mollosk)?

Q09. 23.8 Do any echinoderms live in freshwater? Where do starfish digest their prey? How do they move?

 

Q10. 23.9 Most animals with bilateral symmetry fall into what major group?

 

 

 

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