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The Arthropods (Grade 10)

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The Arthropods

1. 
What are the four main groups of arthropods?



 
2. 
                is the group of arthropods that includes centipedes and millipedes.
  1. crustaceans
  2. arachnids
  3. insects
  4. myriapods
3. 
                is the class that includes lobsters, shrimp, crayfish, crabs.
  1. Crustacea
  2. Chelicerata
  3. Insects
  4. Myriapoda
 
4. 
                is the group of arthropods that are lacking antennae.
  1. Crustaceans
  2. Arachnids
  3. Insects
  4. Myriapods
5. 
What are three common characteristics that all arthropods have?



 
6. 
What is the distinguishing characteristic of the arthropod group known as the chelicerates?
  1. They have an exoskeleton.
  2. They have several pairs of antennae.
  3. They possess claws of some kind.
  4. They reproduce through external fertilization.
7. 
What structure do spiders use to breathe?
  1. Spiders have typical mammalian lungs.
  2. Spiders use gills much like fish.
  3. Spiders have book lungs.
  4. Spiders use blood vessels in their skin to exchange gases.
 
8. 
Which of the following differentiates insects from crustaceans?
  1. Insects have one pair of antennae and crustaceans have two.
  2. Insects shed their exoskeleton and crustaceans keep theirs for their entire life.
  3. Insects have large claws for defense and crustaceans have small claws for mating.
  4. Insects use their wings to fly and crustaceans use their wings to swim.
9. 
Which structure do insects use for gas exchange?
  1. Insects use book lungs for gas exchange.
  2. Insects use tracheal tubes for gas exchange.
  3. Insects use Malpigian tubules for gas exchange.
  4. Insects use book gills for gas exchange.
 
10. 
What is the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis in insects?



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