Bowling Exam 2
eat undercooked fish.
This group of organisms do not moult, and are characterized by having a lophophore (for feeding) and a trochophore (larva with a ring of cilia around the middle). They are:
This Carnivorous plant has leaves with three sensory hairs that when brushed against by insects, triggers trap to shut, eats mostly ants and grasshoppers
active transport of ions, followed by water coming in by osmosis
adding commercial fertilizers
The root structure or zone that includes the root apical meristem and is called the:
Cnideria (stinging-celled animals)
The root structure or zone where cells elongate upto 10 times their original length is called the
Anthozoa (sea anemones and corals)
between mesoderm and endoderm
This phylum of acoelomate animals comprises of species that are mostly hermaphroditic that have internal fertilization, asexual reproduction is possible in many species, Not all have a digestive tract, those that do Are incomplete with opening in mouth and anus; have no circulatory system
this phylum of pseudocoelomate animals are extremely common in soil. Many are important plant parasites, and some infect humans
An important lab animal from this phylum is Caenorhabditis elegans, which is primarily used to study developmental genetics.
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