Organism and Population [Subject SAT (College Board) Biology]: Questions 81 - 84 of 147

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Question number: 81

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The kind of coelom represented in the diagram is a characteristic of

The kind of coelom represented in the diagram

The Kind of Coelom Represented in the Diagram

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Roundworm

b.

Tapeworm

c.

Earthworm

d.

Cockroach

e.

All of the above

Question number: 82

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Examine the cross section of leaf and indentify the correct parts.

Indentify the correct parts

Indentify the Correct Parts

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Choice (5)Response

a.

A- Wax layer, B- Mesophyll cells, C- Xylem, D- Spongy cells

b.

A- Cuticle, B- Upper epidermis, C- Pallisade mesophyll cells, D- Xylem

c.

A- Cuticle, B- Epidermis, C- Pallisade mesophyll cells, D- Water transporters

d.

A- Upper epidermis, B- Pallisade mesophyll cells, C- Xylem, D- Spongy cells

e.

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Question number: 83

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Decomposers are organisms that

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a.

Operate in living body and simplify organic substances of cells step by step

b.

Elaborate chemical substances, causing death of tissues

c.

Attack and kill plants as well as animals

d.

Operate in relay terms, simplifying step by step the organic constituents of dead body

e.

All of the above

Question number: 84

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An example of animals in which mesoderm occurs as scattered pouches between ectoderm and endoderm is

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Lancet

b.

Tapeworm

c.

Earthworm

d.

Filarial worm

e.

All of the above