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Chordate: Quiz


Question 1:
What period does the fossils of the Chordate come from?
Early Cambrian u2013 Recent,
Early Cambrian
Middle Cambrian, - Triassic

Question 2: Michael J. Benton comments that "craniates are characterized by their heads, just as chordates, or possibly all ________, are by their tails." [4]

Question 3: In fish and other vertebrates this develops into the spinal cord, the main communications trunk of the ________.
Sensory systemAlzheimer's diseaseNervous systemIntracranial pressure

Question 4:
What domain does Chordate belong to?

Question 5: [26] Haikouichthys and Myllokunmingia, also from the Chengjiang fauna, are regarded as ________.
FishFish anatomyForage fishPelagic fish

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Cephalochordate: Lancelet
  Tunicates: sea squirts
  Echinoderm: starfish
  Cephalochordate: Lancelet

Question 7: In ________ species it produces mucus to gather food particles, which helps in transporting food to the esophagus.
LepidophagyPaedophagyBottom feederFilter feeder

Question 8:
  • Class ________ (Paleozoic armoured forms)

Question 9: Craniates, one of the three sub-divisions of chordates, have distinct ________.
BoneSkullHead and neck anatomyHuman skull

Question 10:
Which of the following titles did Chordate have?
Hell Looks a Lot Like L.A.
Demolition Man
President of the American Sociological Association


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