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Question 1: The body wall consists of the epidermis and an external cuticle,[2] which consists mainly of criss-cross ________ fibers.
Lysyl hydroxylaseCollagenCollagen, type I, alpha 1Keratin

Question 2: The ________ runs through the connective tissue and just below the epidermis, and is controlled by a pair of ganglia.
Sensory systemNervous systemIntracranial pressureAlzheimer's disease

Question 3: Fossils of entoprocts are very rare and the earliest specimens that have been identified with confidence date from the Late ________.
CretaceousDinosaurGeologic time scaleJurassic

Question 4: Larvae of most species undergo a complex ________, and the internal organs may rotate by up to 180°, so that the mouth and anus point upwards.
Human embryogenesisDevelopmental biologyMetamorphosisEmbryogenesis

Question 5: Mature individuals are ________-shaped, on relatively long stalks.
PatenChalice (cup)EpistleAltar cloth

Question 6: In their opinion the earliest fossil entoprocts were specimens they found from Late ________ rocks in England.
Geologic time scaleCretaceousDinosaurJurassic

Question 7: Entoprocta, whose name means "anus inside", is a phylum of mostly sessile aquatic ________, ranging from 0.1 to 7 millimetres (0.0039 to 0.28 in) long.
AnimalCtenophoraBilateriaCnidaria

Question 8: The zooids absorb oxygen and emit ________ by diffusion,[2] which works well for small animals.
Carbon sinkCarbon dioxideCarbon cycleGreenhouse gas

Question 9: Some species of nudibranchs ("sea slugs") and turbellarian ________ prey on entoprocts.
TrematodaNematodeSchistosomiasisFlatworm

Question 10: The trochozoa also include molluscs, ________, flatworms, nemertines and others.
CnidariaBryozoaArthropodAnnelid
















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