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Academia Americana Biology MidTerm 2 11th  2010

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

(2 points) Arthropods are divided into subphyla based on the size of the animals.
 

 2. 

(2 points) Members of the phylum Arthropoda have open circulatory systems.
 

 3. 

(2 points) Each body segment of an arthropod has a set of nephridia.
 

 4. 

(2 points) Most arthropods have well-developed lungs.
 

 5. 

(2 points) Arthropods grow through the process of accretion.
 

 6. 

(2 points) The anatomy of spiders and insects is essentially identical.
 

 7. 

(2 points) Horseshoe crabs belong to the same subphylum as spiders and mites.
 

 8. 

(2 points) Like insects, arachnids have three body parts.
 

 9. 

(2 points) Most arachnids are herbivores.
 

 10. 

(2 points) Arachnids have large, powerful jaws that enable them to capture and hold prey.
 

 11. 

(2 points) Pedipalps enable arachnids to capture and hold prey.
 

 12. 

(2 points) The pedipalps of the brown recluse spider are used to capture and hold prey.
 

 13. 

(2 points) Air enters the book lungs of the brown recluse spider through slits on the top side of the spider’s abdomen.
 

 14. 

(2 points) The brown recluse spider gives birth to live young.
 

 15. 

(2 points) The head, thorax, and abdomen of a scorpion are fused into a single, unsegmented body.
 

 16. 

(2 points) Scorpions, spiders, and mites are evolutionarily linked by the presence of chelicerae and pedipalps.
 

 17. 

(2 points) Unlike spiders and scorpions, some mites are herbivorous.
 

 18. 

(2 points) All spider bites pose a greater health risk to humans than do tick bites.
 

 19. 

(2 points) More than 50 percent of all named animal species are insects.
 

 20. 

(2 points) Insects were the first animals to evolve wings.
 

 21. 

(2 points) The bodies of all insects are made up of three sections.
 

 22. 

(2 points) All insects have wings.
 

 23. 

(2 points) In insects, the thorax houses the heart and the respiratory organs.
 

 24. 

(2 points) Butterflies undergo incomplete metamorphosis.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 
 
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 25. 

(2 points) Refer to the illustration above. Mandibles are attached to the structure labeled
a.
A.
c.
C.
b.
B.
d.
D.
 

 26. 

(2 points) A similarity between annelids and arthropods is that they both have
a.
exoskeletons made of chitin.
c.
segmented body patterns.
b.
the ability to fly.
d.
well-developed lungs for respiration.
 

 27. 

(2 points) Evolutionary origin of arthropod circulatory system : mollusks ::
a.
annelid evolution : arthropods
b.
annelid evolution : trilobite
c.
evolution of arthropod segmentation : annelids
d.
evolution of arthropod segmentation : mollusks
 

 28. 

(2 points) Spiders, scorpions, and mites belong to the subphylum
a.
Arthropoda.
c.
Chordata.
b.
Crustacea.
d.
Chelicerata.
 

 29. 

(2 points) All of the following are arthropods except
a.
spiders.
c.
crabs.
b.
clam worms.
d.
centipedes.
 

 30. 

(2 points) arthropod exoskeleton : muscle attachment ::
a.
antennae : walking or flying
b.
mouthparts : flying or walking
c.
arthropod appendages : walking or chewing
d.
arthropod muscles : impeding water loss
 

 31. 

(2 points) The exoskeleton of an insect
a.
does not have any muscles attached to it.
b.
is moved by muscles that are attached to the inside of the exoskeleton.
c.
is thickest where the joints of the appendages are located.
d.
is moved only by muscles attached to the wings.
 

 32. 

(2 points) Jointed appendages of arthropods may
a.
become specialized for particular functions.
b.
function in locomotion.
c.
function in feeding.
d.
All of the above
 

 33. 

(2 points) To grow larger, arthropods must
a.
grow a new endoskeleton.
c.
add to the old endoskeleton.
b.
grow a new exoskeleton.
d.
add to the old exoskeleton.
 

 34. 

(2 points) Directly behind the chelicerae, spiders have a pair of appendages called the
a.
antennae.
c.
pedipalps.
b.
walking legs.
d.
spinnerets.
 

 35. 

(2 points) The appendages that scorpions and spiders use to capture and handle their prey are called
a.
diptera.
c.
pedipalps.
b.
walking legs.
d.
uropods.
 

 36. 

(2 points) Spiders typically have
a.
three body segments and six legs.
c.
two body segments and eight legs.
b.
two body segments and four legs.
d.
None of the above
 

 37. 

(2 points) The structures used by spiders to produce silk are called
a.
mouthparts.
c.
spinnerets.
b.
pedipalps.
d.
silk nozzles.
 

 38. 

(2 points) spiders : subphylum Chelicerata ::
a.
scorpions : subphylum Crustacea
c.
insects : subphylum Crustacea
b.
millipedes : subphylum Crustacea
d.
lobsters : subphylum Crustacea
 

 39. 

(2 points) The excretory system of the brown recluse spider is composed of units called
a.
digestive glands.
c.
Malpighian tubules.
b.
poison glands.
d.
cephalothorax.
 

 40. 

(2 points) In the brown recluse spider, the heart is located in the
a.
abdomen.
c.
midgut.
b.
cephalothorax.
d.
chelicera.
 

 41. 

(2 points) arachnid’s second pair of appendages : pedipalps ::
a.
arachnid’s legs : pincers
b.
arachnid’s first pair of appendages : walking legs
c.
spider’s first pair of appendages : chelicerae
d.
spider’s fangs : pedipalps
 

 42. 

(2 points) Most insects
a.
have two pairs of wings and two pairs of legs.
b.
have one set of wings and six pairs of legs.
c.
cannot fly.
d.
have two pairs of wings and three pairs of legs.
 

 43. 

(2 points) Centipedes
a.
have one pair of legs per segment and are herbivores.
b.
have two pairs of legs per segment and are carnivores.
c.
have two pairs of legs per segment and eat herbivores.
d.
have one pair of legs per segment and are carnivores.
 

 44. 

(2 points) Most millipedes feed on
a.
decayed plants.
c.
crustaceans.
b.
insects.
d.
spiders.
 
 
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 45. 

(2 points) Refer to the illustration above. “A flattened, paddle-like appendage” best describes the structure labeled
a.
C.
c.
F.
b.
E.
d.
G.
 

 46. 

(2 points) Refer to the illustration above. The structure labeled C is the
a.
cephalothorax.
c.
abdomen.
b.
tail spine.
d.
gill case.
 

 47. 

(2 points) Refer to the illustration above. The structure labeled B is covered on top by a shield called the
a.
nauplius.
c.
thorax.
b.
carapace.
d.
ossicle.
 

 48. 

(2 points) Refer to the illustration above. The organism shown is a(n)
a.
insect.
c.
crustacean.
b.
chelicerate.
d.
nymph.
 

 49. 

(2 points) Crabs, lobsters, shrimp, and barnacles are members of the subphylum
a.
Diptera.
c.
Crustacea.
b.
Centipeda.
d.
Arachnida.
 

 50. 

(2 points) Shrimps, lobsters, and crabs are examples of
a.
uropods.
c.
hemipods.
b.
copepods.
d.
decapods.
 



 
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