Mollusca, Anthropoda, and Echinodermata

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  1. What are the 4 classes of Mollusca?
    • Gastropods
    • Bivalvia
    • Polyplacophora
    • Cephalopoda
  2. What are 2 examples of the gastropods class?
    Snails/Slugs
  3. What are 4 examples of the Bivalvia class?
    • clams
    • scallops
    • mussels
    • osters
  4. What is an example for the Polyplacophora class?
    Chitions
  5. What are 2 examples for the Cephalopoda class?
    • Octopus
    • Squid
  6. What 3 characteristics do Bivalvia have?
    • shell attached at hinges
    • muscular foot
    • gills that aid in respiration and feeding
  7. What is a characteristic of the class Polyplacophora?
    calcium carbonate plate on dorsal surface
  8. What kind of symmetry do Mollusca have?
    bilateral symmetry
  9. How many body openings do mollusca's have?
    2
  10. How many Hearts do mollusca's have and what kind of circulatory system do they have?
    • 3
    • open circulatory system
  11. Mollusca's contain this:
    A tonguelike organ with rows of teeth
    radula
  12. How do Mollusca's reproduce?
    sexual reproduction by external fertilization
  13. This structure is in a Mollusca and serves as a waste removal organ
    Nephridia
  14. Larger mollusks have a _____________ circulatory system.
    closed
  15. What are 3 major characteristics of Anthropoda?
    • Exoskeleton
    • Segmented
    • respiratory system
  16. What kind of circulatory system do Anthropoda have?
    open
  17. what are the 3 subphylms of Anthropda?
    • Chelicerata
    • Crustacea
    • Uniramia
  18. What are the 2 examples of chelicerata?
    Horseshoe crabs and Arachnids
  19. What are 3 examples of Crustacea?
    Crabs, shrimp, and crayfish
  20. What are the 3 examples of Uniramia?
    Insects, Centipedes, Millipedes
  21. How do Anthropoda's grow?
    through molting
  22. Insects:
    complete change in from
    Holometabolous
  23. Insects:
    Incomplete change in form
    Hemimetabolous
  24. What are the 5 classes of Echinodermata?
    • Asteroida
    • Ophiuroidea
    • Echinoidea
    • Holothuroidea
    • Crinoidea
  25. What is an example of Asteroidea?
    Sea stars
  26. What are 2 examples of Ophiuroidea?
    Brittle and basket stars
  27. What are 2 examples of Echinoidea?
    Sea urchins and sand dollars
  28. What is an example of Holothuridea?
    sea cucumbers
  29. What are 2 examples of Crinoidea?
    Sea lillies and feather stars
  30. What kind of symmetry do Echinodermata have?
    radial
  31. What kind of fluid acts as a circulatory system in Echinodermatas?
    coelomic fluid
  32. What kind of vascular system do Echinodermatas have?
    water vascular system
  33. How do Echinodermata's produce?
    sexually by shedding gametes into the water
  34. Echinodermatas are ____________ when it comes to moving.
    sessile or slow paced

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