How are arthropods like annelids?
|A)||Both have an exoskeleton.|
|B)||Both have setae.|
|C)||Both have jointed appendages.|
|D)||Both have segmented bodies.|
An arthropod's old exoskeleton is shed and replaced by a new one in a process called __________.
Which one of the following is a characteristic of insects that can be used to distinguish them from other arthropods?
|A)||They have an exoskeleton.|
|B)||They can fly.|
|C)||They have eight legs.|
|D)||They have long bodies with many segments.|
What are the stages of development in complete metamorphosis?
|A)||egg, nymph, and adult|
|B)||egg, worm, adult|
|C)||egg, birth, larva, insect|
|D)||egg, larvae, pupa, and adult|
While on a picnic, you avoid an insect with yellow and black stripes. Later, you discover the insect was a harmless fly. What self-defense does this fly use?
Which one of the following is an example of an arachnid?
What do millipedes feed on?
|A)||snails and slugs|
|C)||plants and decaying material|
Crabs and water fleas are examples of __________.
Swimmerets help some crustaceans, like crabs, take in dissolved oxygen by forcing the water over __________.
Why would agriculture be impossible without arthropods?
|A)||They help return nitrogen to the soil.|
|B)||They aerate the soil.|
|C)||Insect pests feed on cultivated crops.|
|D)||Insects pollinate crops.|
Which of the following groups would you expect to have the best-preserved fossils?