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Parazoa: Quiz

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Question 1: The Parazoa are an ancestral subkingdom of ________, literally translated as "beside the animals".
AnimalCtenophoraCnidariaBilateria

Question 2: The parazoa group is now considered ________.
CladeParaphylyDNA barcodingCladistics

Question 3: Some authors include ________,[4] a phylum that consists of only one species, Trichoplax adhaerens, in the division, but they are also sometimes placed in the subkingdom Agnotozoa.
CtenophoraPlacozoaCnidariaAnimal

Question 4: The only surviving parazoans are the sponges, which belong to the phylum Porifera, and one surviving species (Trichoplax adhaerens) in the phylum ________.
CnidariaPlacozoaAnimalCtenophora

Question 5: Parazoans differ from their ________ ancestors in that they are macroscopic and have differentiated cells, but unlike "true animals" (Eumetazoa), they do not have tissues.
FungusChoanoflagellateAscomycotaEukaryote







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