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Which of the following is not a mollusk
a) gastropods b) cephalopods c) bivalves d) leeches
Which mollusks eat using radula?
a) snails and slugs b) squids and octopuses c) clams and oysters d) earthworms and marine worms
Which invertebrates have an open circulatory system?
a) cephalopods b) bivalves c) marine worms d) earthworms
What is the difference between an open and closed circulatory system?
a) An open circulatory system circulates fluid through vessels b) A closed circulatory system circulates fluid through vessels c) An open circulatory system allows fluid to empty out into sinuses d) A closed circulatory system allows fluid to empty into sinuses
Which mollusk body part is matched incorrectly to its function?
a) foot: movement b) visceral mass; eating c) mantle; breathing d) shell; protection
Which mollusks have large brains?
a) cephalopods b) leeches c) gastropods d) bivalves
Which invertebrate has segments?
a) leeches b) cephalopods c) bivalves d) gastropods
Which of the following is not a way earthworms improve soil quality?
a) they dig tunnels b) they leave behind castings c) they allow air and water to reach deep into the soil d) they use bristles to move
Which invertebrate sucks blood?
a) leeches b) marine worms c) cephalopods d) bivalves
Which annelid worms live in water and are brightly colored?
a) marine worms b) leeches c) cephalopods d) bivalves
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