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Which is an example of a mollusk?
a) Bear b) Snail c) Lizard d) Spider
Which are examples of monerans?
a) algae b) mushrooms c) bacteria d) ferns
Where would nonvascular plants most likely be found?
a) under a cactus b) on a sunny prairie c) along a riverbed d) on the sea floor
Snails have shells and squids do not, but they are both examples of
a) mollusks b) amphibians c) arachnids d) arthropods
Plants are classified into two groups. Plants that have tubes in their roots, leaves, and stems are called:
a) nonvascular b) nontubed c) tubed d) vascular
_______ are animals with moist skin and no scales.
a) reptiles b) fish c) amphibians d) mammals
Living things with no nucleus are:
a) protists b) monerans c) plants d) fungi
A kingdom is the largest group in which to classify living things. What is the smallest group?
a) order b) genus c) species d) class
Living things that have one cell with a nucleus are _____________
a) monerans b) fungi c) species d) protists
In what living things are sharp senses and large brains usually found?
a) vascular plants b) nonvascular plants c) invertebrates d) vertebrates
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