Life Science Review 15.3 Question Preview (ID: 19553)


Arthropods.[print questions]

Which is not a feature common to arthropods
a) jointed limbs
b) endoskeleton
c) segmented body
d) complex nervous system

An antenna is
a) a feeler that senses touch, taste, and smell
b) made of many identical light sensitive units
c) made of bristles
d) a hard external structure that covers the outside of the body

A compound eye is
a) a feeler that senses touch, taste, and smell
b) made of many identical light sensitive units
c) made of bristles
d) a hard external structure that covers the outside of the body

Which of the following don't have mandibles?
a) arachnids
b) centipedes and millipedes
c) insects
d) crustaceans

What is the difference between a centipede and a millipede?
a) a centipede has 1 pair of legs on each segment, while a millipede has 2 pairs of legs on each segment
b) a centipede has 2 pairs of legs on each segment, while a millipede has 3 pairs of legs on each segment
c) a centipede has 2 pairs of legs on each segment, while a millipede has 1 pair of legs on each segment
d) a centipede has 3 pairs of legs on each segment, while a millipede has 3 pairs of legs on each segment

Which arthropods have 2 pairs of antennae?
a) crustaceans
b) arachnids
c) centipedes and millipedes
d) insects

Which arthropods have no antennae?
a) arachnids
b) insects
c) centipedes and millipedes
d) crustaceans

What is a cephalothorax?
a) a combination of a head and a thorax
b) an abdomen
c) the segment of an arthropods body that contains the gut
d) 2 of the choices

What stages are part of an insect's complete metamorphosis?
a) eggs, larva, pupa, adult
b) eggs, nymph, adult
c) eggs, larva, nymph adult
d) eggs, larva, pupa, nymph, adult

What stages are part of an insect's incomplete metamorphosis?
a) eggs, larva, pupa, adult
b) eggs, nymph, adult
c) eggs, larva, nymph adult
d) eggs, larva, pupa, nymph, adult

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