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Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES1. Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES
Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL2. Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL
Clams have _________ development DIRECT INDIRECT3.
Birds have ________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE4. Birds have ________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE
Planaria worms have ________ reproduction SEXUAL ASEXUAL5.
Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL6. Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL
Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID7. Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID
Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM8. Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM
Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL9. Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL
Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED10. Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED
Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES1. Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES
Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL2. Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL RADIAL SYMMETRY
Clams have _________ development DIRECT INDIRECT3. BOTH KINDS depends if they live in fresh or salt water
Birds have __________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE4. Birds have __________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE INDETERMINATE
Planaria worms have ________ reproduction SEXUAL ASEXUAL5. BOTH KINDS
Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL6. Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL SPIRAL
Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID7. Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID URIC ACID
Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM8. Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM EUCOELOM
Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL9. Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED10. Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED CLOSED
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