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Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES 1.
Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL 2.
Clams have _________ development DIRECT INDIRECT 3.
Birds have ________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE 4.
Planaria worms have ________ reproduction SEXUAL ASEXUAL 5.
Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL 6.
Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID 7.
Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM 8.
Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL 9.
Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED 10.
Frogs are PROTOSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES DEUTEROSTOMES 1.
Starfish have ________ ASYMMETRY RADIAL SYMMETRY BILATERAL RADIAL SYMMETRY 2.
Clams have _________ development DIRECT INDIRECT BOTH KINDS 3. -depends if they live in fresh or salt water
Birds have __________ cleavage DETERMINATE INDETERMINATE INDETERMINATE 4.
Planaria worms have ________ reproduction SEXUAL ASEXUAL BOTH KINDS 5.
Crayfish have _______ cleavage. SPIRAL RADIAL SPIRAL 6.
Turtles release their nitrogen waste as_______ AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID URIC ACID 7.
Fish have a ________ EUCOELOM PSEUDOCOELOM ACOELOM EUCOELOM 8.
Earthworms have _______ fertilization INTERNAL EXTERNAL EXTERNAL 9.
Humans have ______ circulation OPEN CLOSED CLOSED 10.
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