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What is the liver an example of?
a) a cell
b) a tissue
c) an organ
d) an organ system

Multicellular organisms have many cells. What is the one other characteristic they must have before they can be called multicellular?
a) The cells must be small
b) They must be autotrophs
c) They must be heterotrophs
d) The cells must be specialized

A heterotroph is an organism that
a) is a carnivore
b) makes its own food
c) eats only other species
d) gets food from outside itself

Why is an amoeba not an animal?
a) It is asexual
b) It is unicellular
c) It is prokaryotic
d) it is autotrophic

Looking at a standing human, what is the line that demonstrates the body's bilateral symmetry?
a) facing the side and drawing a line up and down the center of the body
b) facing the front and drawing a line up and down the center od the body
c) facing the front and drawing a line side to side across the middle of the body
d) facing the top of the head and drawing a line across the head touching each ear

What are collections of similar cells called?
a) clones
b) tissues
c) organs
d) organism

Which of these sets of physical characteristics is used to classify animal groups?
a) body sixe
b) number of legs
c) body cavity type
d) method of reproduction

An animal without a body cavity is called
a) atypical
b) acentric
c) acoelomic
d) asymmetrical

How many embryonic and adult tissue layers are found in jellyfish, hydras, and sea anemones?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

Which animal contains on body opening that serves as both mouth and anus?
a) cow
b) human
c) sponge
d) flatworm

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