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The light-sensitive sense organs in the flatworms are called
a) rheoreceptors b) ocelli c) auricles d) statocysts
the sense organs that respond to changes in water current directions are the
a) rheoreceptors b) ocelli c) auricles d) statocysts
The sense organs of the flatworm that help the organism maintain its equilibrium are called
a) rheoreceptors b) ocelli c) auricles d) statocysts
The animals that are leaf shaped endoparasites, have a tegument, and have complex life cycles are members of the class
a) hirudinea b) turbellaria c) trematoda d) cestoda
The fact that some parasites have a first or intermediate host, and a final or definitive host is reflected in the class name
a) digenea b) turbellaria c) trematoda d) cestoda
______ is the human liver fluke, an dis common in China, and can cause cirrhosis of the liver and death
a) Fasciolopsis hepatica b) Schistosoma mansoni c) Taenia solium d) Clonorchis sinensis
The pork tapeworm is called
a) Fasciolopsis hepatica b) Schistosoma mansoni c) Taenia solium d) Clonorchis sinensis
Which of the following organisms is a blood fluke?
a) Fasciolopsis hepatica b) Schistosoma mansoni c) Taenia solium d) Clonorchis sinensis
Which of the following groups includes ectoparasites of fish and amphibians?
a) Monogenea b) Turbellaria c) Trematoda d) Cestoda
Cestodes are monoecious and lack a digestive tract. The reproductive units of the cestodes are called
a) siphonoglyphs b) proglottids c) opisthaptors d) scolices
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