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Sipuncula: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Currently these two phyla have been included in a larger group, the Lophotrochozoa, that also includes the ________, the ribbon worms and several other phyla.
AnnelidBryozoaArthropodCnidaria

Question 2: Sipunculid worm jelly (土笋冻) is a delicacy in the town of Xiamen in Fujian province of ________.
Religion in ChinaTime in ChinaProvince (China)China

Question 3: In some species, there are simple light-sensitive ________ associated with the brain, and some also possess ciliated pit-like organs on the underside of the introvert, that are probably chemoreceptors.
EyeStrepsipteraArthropodSimple eyes in arthropods

Question 4: Instead, interstitial fluid, which contains the respiratory pigment haemerythrin, transports oxygen and ________ around the body.
NitrogenDietary mineralNutritionNutrient

Question 5: The specimen was dissected by Lankester between rounds of golf at ________ golf club in Scotland from which the species derives its name.
John the BaptistSaint PeterSaint AndrewThomas the Apostle

Question 6: The ________ of Sipunculans passes from the mouth to the posterior end of the body, before twisting back around itself and ending at the anus, which lies on the dorsal surface of the anterior part of the trunk.
Ascending cholangitisHuman gastrointestinal tractColorectal cancerPeritonitis

Question 7: Fossils of the genera Archaeogolfingia and Cambrosipunculus from ________ are not drastically different from members of the Sipunculidea living today.
ChinaReligion in ChinaProvince (China)Time in China

Question 8: Sipunculans have a coelom, and a body wall somewhat similar to that of ________.
BryozoaCnidariaArthropodAnnelid

Question 9: The Sipuncula or Sipunculida, sipunculid worms or peanut worms, are a phylum containing 144-320 ________ (estimates vary) of bilaterally symmetrical, unsegmented marine worms.
Biological classificationEvolutionSpeciesLife

Question 10: he body wall is strong and muscular; when threatened, Sipunculids can retract their body into a shape resembling a ________ kernel - a practice that has given rise to the name "peanut worm".
LysineMalnutritionPeanutSoybean
















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