Unit 8 Animal Test
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by Liz Walton
| 44 Questions
Note from the author:
Animal Unit Test
1
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Cellular respiration is basically the ___________:
Way plants make glucose using water, CO2, and sunlight
Opposite of photosynthesis
How we breathe
Way alcohol is made
2
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What are the reactants (inputs) of cellular respiration?
CO2, water, and sunlight
Glucose, water, and sunlight
Oxygen, water, and ATP
Oxygen and glucose
3
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What are the products (outputs) of cellular respiration?
CO2, water, and glucose
CO2, water, and ATP
Oxygen and glucose
Glucose, ATP, and sunlight
4
1
Which of the following utilizes cellular respiration to make ATP?
fish
plants
puppy dogs
people
all of the above
5
1
When are our cells respirating?
In the morning
In the afternoon
At night
All the time
Only after eating
6
1
What is the structure where photosynthesis takes place?
Leaves
Flowers
Fruits
Roots
Stems and branches
7
1
The main characteristics of birds are that they have:
Feathers
Lightweight skeleton
Beak or bill
Lungs
All of the above
8
1
Birds have and endothermic metabolism, which means that:
They cannot regulate their body temperature
They have a skeleton inside their body
They can fly
They can regulate their body temperature
9
1
How many chambers does a bird's heart have?
Two
Three
Four
Five
10
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Modern reptiles have scales, clawed toes, and an ectothermic metabolism. Ecothermic metabolism means that:
Means that they can regulate their body temperature like mammals
They cannot regulate their body temperature
11
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Reptiles lay amniotic eggs, which provide:
Warmth and a water supply for the embryo
A water supply and a food source for the embryo
Protection and warmth for the embryo
A food source and warmth
12
1
One difference between apes and monkeys is that apes:
Have larger brains
Have tails
Are active mostly at night
Are not primates
13
1
Which is the only surviving species of genus Homo?
Homo sapiens
Neanderthal
Hominid
Australopithecus
14
1
Behaviors are responses to:
External stimuli
Internal stimuli
Both external and internal stimuli
None of the above
15
1
Which type of tooth is commonly found in a carnivore and used for stabbing prey?
Incisor
Canine
Premolar
Molar
16
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Most insects have the same general body plan, mouthparts for feeding, a unique life cycle, and:
Stingers
Eight legs
Two body parts
Ability to fly
17
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During the insect life cycle, a young insect undergoes______________, which is a dramatic physical change.
Mandible
Thorax
Metamorphosis
Phenomenon
18
1
Some insects are social, such as:
Spiders
Grasshoppers
Ladybug
Honey bees
19
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Which of these characteristics of all echinoderms?
Internal skeleton
Five-part radial symmetry
A water vascular system
The ability to breathe through their skin
All of the above
20
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How do echinoderms move, grip food, and climb surfaces?
With their hands
With their tentacles
With their arms
With their tube feet
21
1
Fish have endoskeletons, closed-loop circulation, kidneys, and gills. What is an endoskeleton?
They have a hard shell
They have scales
Their bones are on the inside
Their bones are on the outside
22
1
Fish can control how deep they are in the water with their:
Fins
Gills
Swim bladder
Lateral line
23
1
What is learning?
The development of behaviors through experience
Learning by association
The ability to analyze a problem and think of a possible solution
Instinctive bahavior
24
1
There are three groups of fishes. What are they?
Jawless, scaled, bony
Jawed, cartilaginous, bony
Jawless, cartilaginous, slimy
Jawless, cartilaginous, bony
25
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Most amphibians share five characteristics: legs, lungs, double-loop circulation, a partially divided heart, and cutaneous respiration. Cutaneous respiration means:
They breathe through their skin
They breathe through gills
Their bones are on the inside
They have a three-chambered heart
26
1
What is reasoning?
The development of behaviors through experience
Learning by association
The ability to analyze a problem and think of a possible solution
Instinctive behavior
27
1
Arthropods are characterized by having a ___________________ body, jointed appendages, and a hard exoskeleton.
Furry
Slimy
Spiracle
Segmented
28
1
Web spinning is:
Innate behavior
Social behavior
Result of reasoning
Conditioned response
29
1
Arthropods have an exoskeleton. This means that:
Their skeleton is on the inside
They have a hard shell on the outside of their body
They have bones
They have no skeleton
30
1
Behaviors are exhibited for three reasons,___________, communication, and_______________.
Language, reproduction
Survival, reproduction
Survival, emotions
Survival, stimuli
31
1
Nemo and his dad lived in a sea anemone, which is a:
Sponge
Cnidarian
Flatworm
Mollusk
Annelid
32
1
Flatworms are bilaterally symmetrical. Another example of a bilaterally symmetrical animal is:
Butterfly
Sea star
Octopus
Coral
33
1
If you travel to places where roundworms are common, how can you avoid being infected by roundworms?
Wash your hands frequently
Drink bottled water
Eat only fully cooked meat
Use insect repellent
All of the above
34
1
An earthworm is an example of:
A cnidarian
A sponge
A flatworm
A mollusk
An annelid
35
1
All chordates have four things: dorsal hollow nerve cord, notochord, pharyngeal pouches, and ______________.
postanal tail
tunicate
lancelets
teeth
36
1
In the evolution of fishes, two things were important, _________ and __________.
gills and teeth
jaws and paired fins
lungs and legs
paired fins and gills
37
1
In the evolution of amphibian, three things made it possible for them to live on land, but they need to stay near water because:
They still have gills
Their legs are too weak to support their weight on land
They need water to keep their eggs moist
That's where their food is
38
1
In the evolution of reptiles, the two biggest features that allowed them to live on land are:
Lungs and scales
Sharp teeth and feathers
Back bones and eggs with shells
Scales and eggs with shells
39
1
What characteristic of Archaeopteryx were similar to modern birds?
Hollow bones
Feathers
Long tail
Claws and fingers
40
1
Early mammals probably ate:
smaller mammals
fish
insects
plants
41
1
Animals are _____________, ________________________ organisms with cells that lack cell walls.
unicellular, autotrophs
multicellular, carnivorous
unicellular, heterotrophs
multicellular, heterotrophs
42
1
Animals are unique because they can:
make their own food
reproduce
move
grow
43
1
Invertebrates are animals that:
can lay eggs
do not have a backbone
have a backbone
reproduce asexually
44
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Examples of vertebrates are:
mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians
lobster, snails, sea stars
spiders and insects
both A & B
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