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Question 1: ________ bear two pairs of antennae.
ArthropodMalacostracaCrustaceanMaxillopoda

Question 2: Functions may variously include sensing touch, air motion, heat, vibration (sound), and especially olfaction (smell) or ________ (taste).
NociceptorTasteGustatory systemSense

Question 3: In some groups of crustaceans, such as the spiny lobsters and slipper lobsters, the second antennae are enlarged, while in others, such as ________, the antennae are reduced in size.
CrabCrab fisheriesSea urchinSwordfish

Question 4: Some groups have a simple or variously modified apical or subapical bristle called an arista (this may be especially well-developed in various ________).
NeopteraInsectFlyLepidoptera

Question 5: In the groups with more uniform antennae (for example: ________), all segments are called antennomeres.
MillipedeArthropodArachnidInsect

Question 6: ________ on the antennae bind to odour molecules, including pheromones.
G protein-coupled receptorReceptor (biochemistry)Olfactory receptorLysophospholipid receptor

Question 7: Antennae (singular: antenna) in biology have historically been paired appendages used for sensing in ________ and crustaceans.
OnychophoraAnnelidArthropodMollusca

Question 8: Amongst the non-insect classes of Hexapoda, ________ and Diplura have antenna, but Protura do not.
SpringtailAnimalArthropodCrustacean

Question 9: In many ________ and in the chalcidoid wasps, the apical flagellomeres form a club, and the collective term for the segments between the club and the antennal base is the funicle; for traditional reasons, in beetles it is the segments between the club and the scape, but in wasps, it is the segments between the club and the pedicel.
ArthropodBeetleAphidInsect

Question 10: In ________, antennae are connected to the front-most segments.
OnychophoraAnnelidMolluscaArthropod







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