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When an earthworm passes soil through its digestive tract, the soil does Not go through what
organelle and does go through what structures?
Which of the following animals have setae and which ones don’t; snails, clams, earthworms,
squids, leeches, bristle worm
Which of the following word pairs are most closely related; filter feeding-radula; scraping algaesiphon; predation-tentacle; nephridia-gizzard; gizzard-crop
Which of the following does NOT use a radula for feeding; snail, slug, oyster, clam, squid,
nautilus, octopi
Leeches that suck blood or other body fluids from their hosts are considered to be what type of
organism?
An animal that moves about primarily at night is what type of animal?
An animal whose blood moves throughout its body with in blood vessels has what type of
circulatory system?
Know how to tell the difference either through pictures or names the difference between a
mollusk and other organisms.
What is a tongue-like organ with rows of teeth that is used by gastropods to scrape, grate, or cut
food?
What is the difference between open and closed circulatory system?
What excretory structures aid in removing metabolic wastes from the bodies of animals like
mollusks, and annelids?
What is it in bivalves that is a thin membrane sticks to both shells and forms siphons that are
used for drawing in and expelling water?
Annelids have digestive organs called what? These grind organic matter, or food, or small pieces
so that it can be absorbed as it passes through the animal’s intestine?
What reproductive ability do leeches and earthworms have that allows them to reproduce any
where?
Which organisms have setae?
Which body part allows segmented worms to move?
How do bivalves feed themselves?
Be able to determine which statements matches with which organism; leech, fan worm,
mollusk, earthworm
Statements:
May only eat once a year
Body covered by hard tube
Has a muscular foot
Has a gizzard that grinds organic matter
Is an external parasite
Traps food in mucus
Mantle
Is nocturnal; lives in soil