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Trematoda: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Most trematodes are simultaneous ________, having both male and female organs.
Sexual differentiationSpeciesIntersexualityHermaphrodite

Question 2: The ________, which constitute the majority of trematode diversity, are obligate parasites of both mollusks and vertebrates, but rarely occur in cartilaginous fish.
TrematodaSchistosomaFlatwormDigenea

Question 3: This opens into an elongated ________ that opens to the exterior close to the male opening.
UterusReproductive systemVulvaOvary

Question 4: The Trematoda is a class within the phylum ________ that contains two groups of parasitic flatworms, commonly referred to as flukes.
NematodeFlatwormPinwormSchistosomiasis

Question 5: Nearly all trematodes are ________ of mollusks and vertebrates.
ParasitismCatDirofilaria immitisToxoplasmosis

Question 6: This group includes the lung fluke, ________, and the liver flukes, Clonorchis sinensis and Fasciola hepatica.
Schistosoma japonicumTaenia saginataParagonimus westermaniTaenia solium

Question 7: Blood flukes include species of the genus ________.
SchistosomiasisSchistosomaSchistosoma japonicumDigenea

Question 8: The smaller ________, comprising about 100 species, are obligate parasites of mollusks and may also infect turtles and fish, including cartilaginous fish.
AspidogastreaMolluscaDigeneaFlatworm
















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