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Venomous snake: Quiz


Question 1: In contrast, non-venomous species either constrict their ________, or simply overpower it with their jaws.
HerbivorePredationCarnivoreApex predator

Question 2: This has been interpreted to mean that venom in snakes originated more than once as the result of ________.
Convergent evolutionParallel evolutionCountershadingBird

Question 3: Their teeth may be long and sharp, capable of inflicting lacerations, with bites often introducing mouth ________ and shed teeth into the wound.
Gram-negative bacteriaGram-positive bacteriaBacteriaCorynebacterium

Question 4: Venomous snakes are often said to be poisonous, although this is not the correct term, as venoms and ________ are different.
Mercury poisoningArsenic poisoningLead poisoningPoison

Question 5: Further, LD50 may be measured through intramuscular, intraperitoneal, ________ or subcutaneous injections, although the latter is the most applicable to actual bites.
Intraosseous infusionCream (pharmaceutical)EnemaIntravenous therapy

Question 6: A venomous snake is a snake that uses modified saliva, snake venom, usually delivered through highly specialized teeth such as hollow fangs, for the purpose of ________ immobilization and self-defense.
PredationHerbivoreCarnivoreApex predator


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