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Chapter 02
Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The simplest organization of matter that exhibits the properties of life is the
A. cell.
B. tissue.
C. protein.
D. nucleic acid.
E. organism.
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2. Which of the following is part of plant cells but not animal cells?
A. mitochondria
B. endoplasmic reticulum
C. plasma membrane
D. cell wall
E. nucleus
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3. Which of the following is found in animal cells, but is not usually found in plant cells?
A. chromosomes
B. Golgi apparatus
C. mitochondria
D. plasma membrane
E. centrioles
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4. A cell in which the DNA is not bound by a membrane is said to be
A. prokaryotic.
B. organoid.
C. eukaryotic.
D. symbiotic.
E. endosymbiotic.
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5. A cell with a membrane-bound nucleus, containing DNA in organized structures called
chromosomes is said to be
A. symbiotic.
B. eukaryotic.
C. organoid.
D. prokaryotic.
E. endosymbiotic.
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6. A cell that has membrane-bound units called organelles and a cytoskeleton is said to be
A. prokaryotic.
B. organoid.
C. eukaryotic.
D. symbiotic.
E. endosymbiotic.
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7. An organelle that is used for storage and internal transport, serves as a site for attachment
of ribosomes, and makes steroids, is the
A. cytoskeleton.
B. mitochondrion.
C. lysosome.
D. endoplasmic reticulum.
E. centriole.
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8. The organelle that packages and routes the synthesized products of a eukaryotic cell is the
A. flagellum.
B. ribosome.
C. peroxisome.
D. nucleolus.
E. Golgi apparatus.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
9. These structures are an example of a microbody.
A. ribosome
B. vault
C. peroxisome
D. golgi apparatus
E. rough endoplasmic reticulum
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10. These structures have recently been shown to act as signal-receiving antennae for cells
that help them monitor the extracellular environment.
A. vacuoles
B. mitochondria
C. smooth endoplasmic reticulum
D. cilia
E. rough endoplasmic reticulum
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11. This organelle functions in cell division and organization of the cytoskeleton.
A. mitochondrion
B. centriole
C. endoplasmic reticulum
D. chloroplast
E. lysosome
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
12. The semifluid phase of the cytoplasm that contains organelles, vesicles, and inclusions,
and serves as a medium for metabolic reactions is the
A. nucleoplasm.
B. cytoskeleton.
C. cytosol.
D. peroxisome.
E. plasma membrane.
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13. The __________ of the mitochondria function in increasing the inner membranous surface
area.
A. centrioles
B. matrix
C. strobili
D. cristae
E. thylakoids
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14. The surface to volume ratio of a cell limits
A. the type of organelles present.
B. the organelle/microtubule volume.
C. the number of organelles present.
D. the plasma membrane/DNA volume.
E. the size a cell may reach.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
15. The surface area of a cell ____ as the volume of a cell _____.
A. decreases; increases
B. increases; decreases
C. decreases; remains the same
D. increases; remains the same
E. remains the same; increases
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16. The fluid mosaic model of membrane structure was developed by
A. Singer and Nicolson.
B. Garth and Richardson.
C. Schleiden and Schwann.
D. Singer and Schleiden.
E. Johnson and Garth.
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17. Membrane proteins attached to the inner or outer surfaces of plasma membranes are called
__________ proteins.
A. intrinsic
B. hydrophobic
C. peripheral
D. hydrophilic
E. mosaic
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
18. Membrane proteins that are embedded within the membrane and may function in moving
materials across the membrane are called __________ proteins.
A. hydrophobic
B. extrinsic
C. mosaic
D. intrinsic
E. hydrophilic
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19. The cell coat, made of surface carbohydrates and portions of proteins, is called the
A. tunic.
B. cell wall.
C. plasma membrane.
D. desmosome.
E. glycocalyx.
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20. The ability of a membrane to regulate passage of materials into and out of a cell is called
A. selective permeability.
B. innate regulation.
C. active transport.
D. membrane uniformity.
E. homeostasis.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
21. Water molecules move through selectively permeable membranes from areas of high
concentration of water to areas of lower concentration by
A. simple diffusion.
B. endocytosis.
C. osmosis.
D. facilitated diffusion.
E. hydrostatic infusion.
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22. When molecules bind temporarily with a carrier protein in a cells membrane and move
across the membrane from areas of higher concentration to areas of lower concentration is
known as
A. simple diffusion.
B. endocytosis.
C. receptor-mediated osmosis.
D. active transport.
E. facilitated diffusion.
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23. The form of transport involved when blood pressure forces water and small dissolved
molecules into kidney tubules is
A. osmosis.
B. simple diffusion.
C. complex diffusion.
D. filtration.
E. facilitated diffusion.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
24. Cells placed in this type of solution will shrivel.
A. isotonic
B. water
C. hypertonic
D. hypotonic
E. metatonic
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25. Active transport
A. can only move molecules from higher to lower concentrations.
B. uses cellular energy to move molecules from lower to higher concentrations.
C. moves molecules through protein channels by binding them to large lipid molecules.
D. can only move protein molecules.
E. can only move carbohydrate molecules.
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26. This carrier protein transports two molecules or ions in opposite directions.
A. Uniporter
B. Symporter
C. Antiporter
D. Cotransporter
E. Proporter
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
27. Small hydrophilic molecules such as ____________ are sometimes able to enter a cell
through an aquaporin.
A. glycerol
B. cholesterol
C. glucose
D. beta carotene
E. vitamin D
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28. When a plasma membrane encloses small fluid droplets and takes them into the cell, a
form of transport known as __________ occurs.
A. active diffusion
B. receptor-mediated exocytosis
C. pinocytosis
D. facilitated diffusion
E. phagocytosis
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29. When cells such as white blood cells of a vertebrate engulf bacteria, the membrane
transport mechanism used is
A. receptor-mediated endocytosis.
B. active transport.
C. passive transport.
D. phagocytosis.
E. exocytosis.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
30. Two important and well-known active transport mechanisms in nerve cells are the
__________ pumps.
A. sodium-phosphorus and calcium
B. calcium and sulfur
C. oxygen and carbon dioxide
D. protein and nucleic acid
E. calcium and sodium-potassium
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31. The protein composing the filaments inside cilia and flagella is
A. tubulin.
B. actin.
C. myosin.
D. mucin.
E. collagen.
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32. Structures associated with the endoplasmic reticulum, necessary for protein synthesis are
the
A. desmosomes.
B. ribosomes.
C. peroxisomes.
D. chromosomes.
E. nucleosomes.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
33. The organelle that is especially prominent and well-developed in secretory cells (such as
glandular epithelial cells) is the
A. centriole.
B. phagolysosome.
C. Golgi apparatus.
D. mitochondrion.
E. peroxisome.
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34. The structures which are elongated appendages used for propelling the cell or for moving
material over the cell surface are the
A. cilia and flagella.
B. axonemes and myonemes.
C. basal bodies and centrioles.
D. microtubules and microfilaments.
E. axopodia and myopodia.
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35. A major function of the cell nucleus is
A. storing proteins.
B. storing genetic information.
C. packaging materials for secretion.
D. packaging ATP for cellular use.
E. serving as a site for protein synthesis.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
36. The nuclear envelope is continuous with the __________ at a number of points.
A. plasma membrane
B. Golgi apparatus
C. endoplasmic reticulum
D. mitochondria
E. cytoskeleton
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37. The __________ is an organelle inside the nucleus that serves as the pre-assembly point
for ribosomes.
A. nucleosome
B. nucleotide
C. nucleoplasm
D. nucleolus
E. nucleoside
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38. ________ are newly discovered organelles believed to aid in transport of messenger RNA
into the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells.
A. vaults
B. ribosomes
C. peroxisomes
D. nucleoli
E. centrioles
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
39. Which of the following is not an example of an organ system?
A. digestive
B. lymphatic
C. respiratory
D. nervous
E. blood
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40. The type of tissue that covers or lines structures is
A. epithelial tissue.
B. fibrous tissue.
C. adipose tissue.
D. contractile tissue.
E. skeletal tissue.
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41. Spaces within bone or cartilage which house the living cells are called
A. chondrocytes.
B. lacunae.
C. osteoclasts.
D. intercalations.
E. cristae.
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42. Fibrous connective tissue in the form of __________ connects bones to bones.
A. ligaments
B. fascia
C. tendons
D. adipose tissue
E. hyaline cartilage
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43. Blood is considered to be a/an __________ tissue.
A. epithelial
B. liquid
C. hyaline
D. connective
E. adipose
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44. Heart, lungs, and liver are examples of functional units called
A. tissues.
B. organelles.
C. systems.
D. histological entities.
E. organs.
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Chapter 02 Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
45. Two organelles called __________ lie at right angles to each other near the nucleus and
are involved with movement of the chromosomes during cell division.
A. centrioles
B. centrosomes
C. centromeres
D. concentricyclones
E. cycloses
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46. __________ transports molecules made in the nucleus to various parts of the cell.
A. Centrioles
B. Barrels
C. Vaults
D. Autosomes
E. Motorists
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Chapter 16
The Echinoderms
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The name Echinodermata translates as
A. spiny skin.
B. spiny skeleton.
C. spiny gut.
D. smooth skin.
E. smooth skeleton.
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2. The echinoderms are the first group of animals covered that are
A. asymmetrical.
B. diploblastic.
C. deuterostomes.
D. ecdysozoans.
E. lophotrochozoans.
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3. Which of the following is not true about the development of echinoderms?
A. The anus develops from the blastopore.
B. The coelom forms from outpockets of the embryonic gut tract.
C. The cleavage is radial.
D. The cleavage is determinate.
E. The larval forms are bilaterally symmetrical.
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4. Modern adult echinoderms have a form of symmetry known as
A. asymmetry.
B. pentaradial.
C. triradial.
D. bilateral.
E. trilateral.
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5. Embryologically, the echinoderm water vascular system originates as modification of the
A. pyloric cecae.
B. dermal branchiae.
C. coelom.
D. Tiedemanns bodies.
E. closed circulatory system.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
6. The __________ serves as an inlet into the water vascular system.
A. Tiedemanns body
B. Polian vesicle
C. radial canal
D. madreporite
E. ring canal
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7. In the sea stars, a(n) __________ groove runs along the underside of each arm.
A. madreporite
B. Polian vesicular
C. stone canal
D. tube feet
E. ambulacral
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8. In sea stars, contraction of the __________ force water into the tube feet of the water
vascular system.
A. ampullae
B. lateral canals
C. Polian vesicles
D. hemal rings
E. Tiedemanns bodies
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
9. Regeneration of lost parts of a sea star also serves in
A. feeding.
B. sexual reproduction.
C. asexual reproduction.
D. discouraging predators.
E. removing toxins from the body.
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10. Members of the echinoderm class __________ are called sea stars.
A. Crinoidea
B. Echinoidea
C. Asteroidea
D. Holothuroidea
E. Ophiuroidea
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11. Sea stars typically feed
A. on suspended materials.
B. on kelp.
C. on detritus in the sediments.
D. on bivalves.
E. on small fishes.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
12. In sea stars, thin folds of the body wall that function in respiration are called
A. filamentous gills.
B. ctenidia.
C. Polian vesicles.
D. book gills.
E. dermal branchiae.
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13. In sea stars, the __________ surface is the top of the animal and contains the
madreporite.
A. aboral
B. oral
C. madreporite
D. anal
E. rigid
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14. The __________ are found on the oral surface of the arms of the sea star, and house of the
tube feet.
A. pedicellariae
B. ambulacral grooves
C. Polian vesicles
D. lateral canals
E. Tiedemanns bodies
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
15. The outermost region of the sea star stomach, the __________, can be everted from the
body.
A. gizzard
B. crop
C. cardiac stomach
D. pylorus
E. rectal cecum
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16. The major secretory and absorptive structures of the sea star digestive system are the
A. cardiac stomachs.
B. rectal ceca.
C. Polian vesicles.
D. pyloric ceca.
E. Tiedemanns bodies.
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17. The principal nitrogenous waste of sea stars is
A. urea.
B. uric acid.
C. urine.
D. guanine.
E. ammonia.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
18. Sea stars possess strands of tissue that encircle the mouth and run into the arms; these
strands of tissue make up the __________ system.
A. hemal
B. secretory
C. skeletal
D. muscular
E. excretory
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19. __________ function in cleaning the body surface of many echinoderms.
A. Ambulacrae
B. Dermal branchiae
C. The madreporites
D. Pedicellariae
E. Cuverian tubules
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20. Sea daisies have a thin membrane, the __________, that digests and absorbs nutrients.
A. tongue
B. pyloric cecum
C. Aristotles lantern
D. cardiac stomach
E. velum
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
21. Basket stars and brittle stars belong to the echinoderm class
A. Asteroidea.
B. Echinoidea.
C. Crinoidea.
D. Holothuroidea.
E. Ophiuroidea.
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22. Unlike sea stars, in ophiuroids, the tube feet are extended by
A. contraction of muscles at their bases.
B. ampullae forcing water into the feet.
C. hydrostatic pressure.
D. contraction of their suction disks.
E. contraction of lateral canals.
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23. Of the following structures found in sea stars, which one is also present in brittle stars?
A. pedicellariae
B. tube feet
C. dermal branchiae
D. aboral madreporite
E. ampullae
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
24. If a brittle star is grasped by an arm, certain muscles may contract to serve and cast off the
arm in a process called
A. asexual reproduction.
B. rejection.
C. autotomy.
D. regeneration.
E. escapism.
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25. The characteristic larval stage of brittle stars is the
A. dipleurula.
B. brachiolaria.
C. bipinnaria.
D. ophiopluteus.
E. echinopluteus.
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26. Sea urchins and sand dollars belong to the echinoderm class
A. Crinoidea.
B. Asteroidea.
C. Ophiuroidea.
D. Holothuroidea.
E. Echinoidea.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
27. The skeleton of sea urchins consists of ten closely fitting plates and is called a(n)
A. test.
B. exoskeleton.
C. cuticle.
D. tunic.
E. spine.
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28. Which of the following echinoderms may contain venom dangerous to humans?
A. sea stars
B. sea lilies
C. feather stars
D. brittle stars
E. sea urchins
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29. The function of Aristotles lantern is
A. protection.
B. digestion.
C. chewing.
D. locomotion.
E. regeneration.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
30. The primary circulatory medium in echinoids is
A. blood.
B. hemal fluid.
C. plasma.
D. coelomic fluid.
E. pyloric cecae.
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31. The characteristic larva of the echinoids is the
A. dipleura.
B. brachiolaria.
C. auricularia.
D. bipinnaria.
E. echinopluteus.
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32. Sea cucumbers belong to the echinoderm class
A. Holothuroidea.
B. Crinoidea.
C. Asteroidea.
D. Ophiuroidea.
E. Concentricycloidea.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
33. Many echinoderms from this class produce toxins in their body walls that discourage
predators.
A. Holothuroidea
B. Asteroidea
C. Ophiroidea
D. Echinoidea
E. Crinoidea
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34. Echinoderms from this class have been over harvested around the Galpagos islands, as
they have become increasingly popular for both culinary and medicinal uses.
A. Holothuroidea
B. Asteroidea
C. Ophiroidea
D. Echinoidea
E. Crinoidea
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35. The madreporite in sea cucumbers is
A. absent.
B. internal.
C. external.
D. on the Polian vesicles.
E. near the anus.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
36. Sea cucumbers respire using
A. large feathery oral tentacles.
B. oral gills.
C. the respiratory tree.
D. the body wall.
E. Cuverian tubules.
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37. Some sea cucumbers have special tubules of the respiratory tree that contains sticky
secretions and toxins and can be everted through the anus; these are called __________
tubules.
A. Tiedemanns
B. Polian
C. holothurion
D. Cuverian
E. malpighian
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38. Sea lilies and feather stars belong to the echinoderm class
A. Holothuroidea.
B. Asteroidea.
C. Ophiuroidea.
D. Concentricycloidea.
E. Crinoidea.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
39. The most primitive of all living echinoderms are the
A. crinoids.
B. ophiuroids.
C. holothuroids.
D. asteroids.
E. echinoids.
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40. Attached crinoids are called
A. sea daisies.
B. sea lilies.
C. sea urchins.
D. basket stars.
E. feather stars.
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41. The sea daisy belongs to the echinoderm class
A. Asteroidea.
B. Ophiuroidea.
C. Holothuroidea
D. Crinoidea.
E. Echinoidea.
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Chapter 16 The Echinoderms
42. Which is the only class of echinoderms where the oral surface is not oriented to the
substrate?
A. Asteroidea.
B. Ophiuroidea.
C. Holothuroidea
D. Crinoidea.
E. Echinoidea.
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Chapter 29
Reproduction and Development
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Accessory glands of males furnish a fluid for carrying sperm; this fluid and sperm together
are referred to as
A. semen.
B. urine.
C. inhibin.
D. androgen.
E. testosterone.
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2. Which of the following is NOT an asexual reproduction method?
A. fission
B. spawning
C. budding
D. parthenogenesis
E. fragmentation
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3. Organisms that reproduce parthenogenetically experience relatively
A. less reproductive success.
B. greater problems in finding a mate.
C. less genetic variation in the population.
D. less success in stable environments.
E. less effect of deleterious mutations.
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4. Which of the following does NOT occur in parthenogenesis?
A. spontaneous activation of a mature egg
B. normal egg divisions
C. haploid and/or diploid eggs
D. offspring with many characteristics of the male parent
E. none of the choices occur in parthenogenesis.
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5. Within which group of animals has parthenogenesis NOT been shown?
A. fish
B. reptiles
C. mammals
D. insects
E. flatworms
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Chapter 29 Reproduction and Development
6. In this form of hermaphroditism individuals start life as females and then become males
later in life.
A. protandrous
B. polygynous
C. polyandrous
D. polygamous
E. protogynous
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7. Females that are _________________ form eggs that hatch in the body of the female, and
the young are born alive.
A. oviparous
B. viviparous
C. ovoviviparous
D. protandrous
E. protogynous
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8. All birds are
A. oviparous.
B. viviparous.
C. ovoviviparous.
D. protandrous.
E. protogynous.
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Chapter 29 Reproduction and Development
9. A hormone called inhibin is produced by the sustenacular cells of the
A. corpus spongiosum.
B. corpora cavernosa.
C. epididymis.
D. seminal vesicles.
E. seminiferous tubules.
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10. The acrosome of a mature human sperm contains the enzyme
A. acrosin.
B. spermatase.
C. inhibin.
D. estrogen.
E. gonadotropin.
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11. Male sex hormones are collectively called the
A. prostaglandins.
B. androgens.
C. spermatogens.
D. testiculars.
E. estrogens.
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12. Cells called interstitial __________ produce the male sex hormone testosterone.
A. spermatocytes
B. sustentaculars
C. endocrinocytes
D. corpora spongiosa
E. cavernosa
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13. Which of the following is NOT a function of the epididymis?
A. sperm maturation
B. sperm storage until ejaculation
C. a passageway for sperm to the ductus deferens
D. semen production
E. maintenance of sperm at an appropriate temperature
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14. The function of the corpus luteum is to
A. release the egg.
B. produce hormones that trigger ovulation.
C. contribute to the placenta.
D. produce oxytocin and prolactin during childbirth.
E. produce hormones that help maintain the early pregnancy.
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15. The female gonads are called
A. ovaries.
B. oviducts.
C. primordial follicles.
D. uteri.
E. corpora lutea.
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16. The part of the uterine tube that encircles the ovary is fringed with feathery
A. oviduct.
B. vesicular follicle.
C. endometrium.
D. fimbriae.
E. myometrium.
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17. The release of an ovum from the ovary is called
A. ejaculation.
B. fertilization.
C. meiosis.
D. fallopian activation.
E. ovulation.
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18. __________ of female mammals are modified sweat glands that secrete milk.
A. Mammary glands
B. Lactiferous glands
C. Ovulatory glands
D. Sudoriferous glands
E. Fallopian tubules
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19. The female hormone __________ stimulates uterine contractions during labor.
A. FSH
B. oxytocin
C. estrogen
D. prolactin
E. progesterone
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20. Gonadotropin-releasing-hormone (GnRH) is produced in the
A. ovarian follicle.
B. corpus luteum.
C. hypothalamus.
D. pituitary.
E. uterine wall.
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21. The controlling center for ovulation and menstruation is the
A. pineal.
B. endometrium.
C. corpus albicans.
D. hypothalamus.
E. corpus luteum.
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22. The hormones prolactin and oxytocin
A. induce the mammary glands to secrete and eject milk.
B. cause immature oocytes and follicles to develop.
C. prevent the corpus luteum from disintegrating.
D. stimulate development of the uterine wall after menstruation.
E. control pituitary secretion.
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23. In humans, the growing baby, from the prenatal stage from two weeks after fertilization
until the end of the eighth week is the
A. morula.
B. blastocyst.
C. embryo.
D. fetus.
E. trophoblast.
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24. The primary site of the exchange of nutrients, gases, and waste between the pregnant
female mammal and the fetus is the
A. blood islands.
B. umbilical cord.
C. yolk sac.
D. placenta.
E. amnion.
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25. The birth process is called
A. hatching.
B. gestation.
C. ovulation.
D. menstruation.
E. parturition.
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26. During pregnancy the breasts enlarge in response to increasing levels of the hormone
A. prolactin.
B. FSH.
C. meconium.
D. LH.
E. colostrum.
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27. A high-protein fluid secreted from the mothers breast at birth is
A. lactose.
B. colostrum.
C. glycoprotein.
D. meconium.
E. luten.
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28. Asexual reproduction in which a body part is lost and then regenerates into a new
organism is called
A. sporulation.
B. multiple fission.
C. fragmentation.
D. budding.
E. gemmulation.
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29. Spontaneous activation of an unfertilized mature egg followed by normal egg divisions
and subsequent embryonic development is
A. hermaphroditism.
B. multiple fission.
C. protandry.
D. parthenogenesis.
E. protogyny.
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30. Hormones produced by human males include all of the following EXCEPT
A. testosterone.
B. LH (also known as ICSH).
C. GnRH.
D. FSH.
E. Prolactin.
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31. The most primitive mammals, the monotremes, are
A. oviparous.
B. parthenogenetic.
C. viviparous.
D. ovoviviparous.
E. protandric.
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32. The period during which young develop inside the body of the mother is called
A. aestivation.
B. gestation.
C. estrus.
D. menarche.
E. placentation.
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33. Females of most mammalian species come into heat or __________, at about the same
time each year.
A. gestation
B. lactation
C. estrus
D. menarche
E. pregnancy
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34. The __________ is the final section of the reproductive duct system of the male.
A. ductus deferens
B. ureter
C. epididymis
D. urethra
E. seminiferous tubule
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35. Which of the following is a male accessory gland?
A. ampulla
B. epididymis
C. seminiferous
D. corpus spongiosum
E. bulbourethral
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36. The release of hCG from the embryo and placenta keeps the _____________ from
disintegrating.
A. morula
B. corpus luteum
C. blastula
D. gastrula
E. corona radiata
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37. The hormone __________ is typically used in a pregnancy test.
A. hCG
B. progesterone
C. LH
D. FSH
E. oxytocin
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38. Immature eggs are called
A. primordia.
B. primary oocytes.
C. lecithals.
D. corpus lutea.
E. ova.
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39. In human females, if fertilization does not occur,
A. the primary oocyte does not divide.
B. the ovum develops parthenogenetically.
C. the corpus luteum stops secretion of estrogen and progesterone.
D. the primary oocyte is resorbed by the corpus luteum.
E. the ovum returns to the ovarian follicle.
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40. A __________ developmental stage is a solid ball of dividing cells.
A. morula
B. embryo
C. fetus
D. blastocyst
E. zygote
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41. The umbilical artery carries
A. wastes from the fetus, and is oxygenated.
B. wastes from the fetus, and is deoxygenated.
C. nutrients from the mother, and is oxygenated.
D. nutrients from the mother, and is deoxygenated.
E. None of the choices are correct.
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42. A form of asexual reproduction in which the parent divides into two approximately equal
parts is
A. fragmentation.
B. multiple fission.
C. internal budding.
D. binary fission.
E. external budding.
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43. Which of the following does NOT apply to asexual reproduction?
A. Asexual reproduction is often favored in stable environments.
B. Asexual reproduction provides great variation in offspring.
C. Populations may increase rapidly in number through asexual reproduction.
D. Asexual reproduction is quite common in simple invertebrates.
E. Asexual reproduction allows for better caste systems in social insects.
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44. A cnidarian colony adds to individuals by
A. binary fission.
B. longitudinal fission.
C. multiple fission.
D. fragmentation.
E. budding.
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45. Development of an unfertilized egg into a new individual is called
A. oogenesis.
B. biogenesis.
C. parthenogenesis.
D. hermaphroditism.
E. bisexualism.
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46. An animal that has both male and female reproductive systems is said to be
A. parthenogenetic.
B. heterosexual.
C. sexually dimorphic.
D. monoecious.
E. dioecious.

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