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Which of the following is not a characteristic of animals?
a) heterotrophic b) multicellular c) lacking vertebrae d) lacking cell walls
Most animals have a head that is located at the ____ end of their body and a tail that is located at the ____ end of their body.
a) ventral; dorsal b) anterior; posterior c) d)
Your eyes are ______________ to your mouth.
a) anterior b) posterior c) superior d) inferior
If a human was standing in anatomical position you would say that their fingernails are ____________ to their fingertips.
a) anterior b) posterior c) dorsal d) inferior
An example of an organism with rotational/radial symmetry would be a
a) butterfly b) sea sponge c) sea anemone d) a human body
Which of the following letters would generally be considered to have both rotational and reflection symmetry?
a) X b) C c) N d) P
Which type of skeleton uses water pressure to provide support
a) exoskeleton b) hydrostatic skeleton c) endoskeleton d) All of the above
Which body system coordinates responses and behavior
a) nervous system b) digestive system c) circulatory system d) respiratory system
Which of the following is best described as a group of organs that work together?
a) an organism b) a tissue c) an organ system d) a population
Skeletal systems provide all of the following except
a) absorption of nutrients from food b) protection for internal organs c) a framework for supporting the body d) a framework for muscles to pull against
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