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Sponges have
a) a coelom b) tentacles c) specialized cells d) bilateral symmetry
Sponges are considered
a) pseudocoelomic b) coelomic c) acoelomic d) unicellular
Coral and sea anemones are both
a) sponges b) flatworms c) cnidarians d) roundworms
Which multicellular invertebrate uses tentacles with stinging cells to capture prey?
a) jellyfish b) sponges c) tapeworms d) heart worms
All of the following have only one opening into their digestive system except:
a) corals b) jellyfish c) roundworms d) sea anemones
Flatworms and roundworms both
a) have a coelom b) are symmetrical c) can be parasitic d) live in intestines
A mature tapeworm absorbs food through its skin inside its host's
a) heart b) intestine c) blood d) lungs
Roundworms are pseudocoelomic. This means that they have
a) organs, but no true body cavity b) a true body cavity, but no organs c) both organs and a true body cavity d) neither organs nor a true body cavity
Mollusks have all of the following except:
a) segments b) many cells c) a body cavity d) complex organs
The earthworm's nephridia filter out wastes. Which human organs have a similar function?
a) eyes b) kidneys c) heart and lungs d) mouth and anus
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