Biology test for the 2nd quarter

Biology test for the 2nd quarter

I option

Part A

Questions with one answer

1. The mantle and the shell are of animal type

1) Flatworms

2) Roundworms

3) Arthropods

4) Shellfish

2. Body cavity, shell and mantle have

1) Intestinal

2) Shellfish

3) Shellfish

4) Arthropods

3. Nervous system of gastropods

1) peripharyngeal accumulation of nerve nodes and several pairs of nerve nodes in the trunk

2) merged supraglottic and subpharyngeal ganglia with outgoing abdominal nerve cord

3) neural tube with expansion at the head end

4) diffuse nervous system

4. Sea molluscs include

1) grape snail

2) mussel

3) naked slug

4) small pond snail

5. Jet mode of movement is characteristic

1) for toothless

2) for mussels

3) for a pond snail

4) for cuttlefish

6. The role of natural water purifiers (biofilters) is performed

1) gastropods

2) bivalves

3) cephalopods

4) gastropods and bivalves

7. Mantle of mollusks is

1) a skin fold that dresses the body from the sides

2) the outer cover of the shell

3) body wall

4) mucous capsule covering the body

8. The shell wall of a bivalve mollusk consists of

1) two layers: organic and lime

2) three layers: organic, lime and mother-of-pearl

3) two layers: organic and mother-of-pearl

4) three layers: mantle, porcelain and mother-of-pearl

9. What class does the animal shown in the picture belong to?

1) Cephalopods

2) Gastropods

3) Double doors

4) Shell

10. A sign that is characteristic only for mollusks is the presence

1) bilateral symmetry

2) mantle and mantle cavity

3) jointed body

4) nervous system

11 How many pairs of walking legs do arachnids have?

thirteen

2) 4

3) 5

4) 6

12. Animals are classified as arachnids if they have

1) three pairs of jointed limbs, three body sections, two pairs of antennae

2) four pairs of walking legs, no antennae

3) five pairs of walking legs, there is a cephalothorax and abdomen, a caudal fin

4) three pairs of legs, there is a head, chest, abdomen of several segments

13. Mixed tracheal-pulmonary breathing can be

1) shellfish

2) annelids

3) arachnids

4) insects

14. Arachnids belong to the class

1) house bug

2) scabies mite

3) cyclops

4) louse

15. A progressive feature of arthropods, in comparison with annelids, is the appearance

1) parts of the body and the external skeleton

2) open circulatory system

3) the nervous system of the nodal type

4) digestive system

Part B.

Multiple Choice Questions

IN 1. The cross spider belongs to the class of arachnids, since it has

1) the body consists of three sections: head, chest and abdomen

2) the body consists of two sections: cephalothorax and abdomen

3) there are no antennae on the head

4) one pair of antennae on the head

5) three pairs of legs

6) four pairs of legs

IN 2. Select the traits that apply only to coelenterates

1) three-layer body structure

2) bilateral symmetry

3) two-layer body structure

4) there is a polyp stage in the development cycle

5) parasitic organisms

6) the body consists of ectoderm, endoderm and mesoglea

IN 3. Choose three correct statements out of six. Signs of annelids include

1) peripharyngeal nerve ring and nerve trunks with branches extending from it

2) bristles on the segments of the body

3) peripharyngeal nerve ring and ventral nerve cord

4) poor development or absence of sensory organs

5) the presence of a closed circulatory system

6) nutrition with tissues of the organs of the human body

AT 4. Choose three correct answers from six. Tapeworms are

1) echinococcus

2) pork tapeworm

3) wide ribbon

4) cat fluke

5) liver fluke

6) milky white planaria

Part C

Find a match

C1. Establish a correspondence between individual preventive measures and specific parasites: roundworm (1), liver fluke (2), bovine tapeworm (3) or pinworm (4)

A) do not eat raw, undercooked or fried meat

B) do not drink raw water from reservoirs, do not eat sorrel, wild onions from damp meadows

C) do not eat unwashed raw fruits and vegetables

D) protect food from flies

D) don’t bite your nails

C2. Establish a correspondence between the measure of prevention of human infection and the parasite that causes it.

MEASURE FOR THE PREVENTION OF HUMAN INFECTION PARASITE
A) do not eat raw, poorly cooked or fried meat B) do not drink raw water from a reservoir C) do not eat unwashed raw fruits and vegetables D) protect food from flies 1) roundworm 2) bovine tapeworm

Write down the numbers in response, arranging them in the order corresponding to the letters:

C3. Establish a correspondence between groups of animals and their characteristic features

CHARACTERISTIC SIGNS GROUPS OF ANIMALS
A) there is a body cavity B) there is no body cavity C) the intestine ends blindly D) the intestine ends with an anus E) a life cycle with one host is characteristic E) a life cycle with a change of owners is characteristic 1) flatworms 2) roundworms

Write down the numbers in response, arranging them in the order corresponding to the letters:

Biology test for the 2nd quarter

II option

Part A

Questions with one answer

1. Digestion of food begins outside the alimentary canal in

1) spiders

2) insects

3) crustaceans

4) shellfish

2. What animals have an external skeleton of chitin

1) bivalves

2) turtles

3) arthropods

4) gastropods

3. Carrier of the causative agent of encephalitis

1) louse

2) flea

3) scabies mite

4) taiga tick

4. Most legs

1) crayfish

2) bees

3) tarantula

4) bedbug

5. No trachea

1) bees

2) crayfish

3) haymaker

4) caddis

6. How many pairs of walking legs do arachnids have

thirteen

2) 4

3) 5

4) 6

7. Mantle and shell have animal type

1) Flatworms

2) Roundworms

3) Arthropods

4) Shellfish

8. Body cavity, shell and mantle have

1) Intestinal

2) Shellfish

3) Shellfish

4) Arthropods

9. Nervous system of gastropods

1) peripharyngeal accumulation of nerve nodes and several pairs of nerve nodes in the trunk

2) merged supraglottic and subpharyngeal ganglia with outgoing abdominal nerve cord

3) neural tube with expansion at the head end

4) diffuse nervous system

10. Sea molluscs include

1) grape snail

2) mussel

3) naked slug

4) small pond snail

11. Jet mode of movement is characteristic

1) for toothless

2) for mussels

3) for a pond snail

4) for cuttlefish

12. The role of natural water purifiers (biofilters) is performed

1) gastropods

2) bivalves

3) cephalopods

4) gastropods and bivalves

13. Mantle of mollusks is

1) a skin fold that dresses the body from the sides

2) the outer cover of the shell

3) body wall

4) mucous capsule covering the body

14. The shell wall of a bivalve mollusk consists of

1) two layers: organic and lime

2) three layers: organic, lime and mother-of-pearl

3) two layers: organic and mother-of-pearl

4) three layers: mantle, porcelain and mother-of-pearl

15. What class does the animal shown in the picture belong to?

1) Cephalopods

2) Arachnids

3) Double doors

4) Shell

Part B.

Multiple Choice Questions

IN 1. Choose three correct answers from six. Tapeworms are

1) echinococcus

2) pork tapeworm

3) wide ribbon

4) cat fluke

5) liver fluke

6) milky white planaria

IN 2. Choose three statements from the six offered. What are the characteristics of crayfish

1) the body is divided into cephalothorax and abdomen

2) the body is covered with a shell

3) excretory organs – green glands

4) have three pairs of walking legs

5) chemotrophic nutrition, producers

6) breathe oxygen dissolved in water

IN 3. Select representatives of animals whose development occurs with the change of owners.

1. liver fluke

2. house fly

3. bull tapeworm

4. wide ribbon

5. Maybug

6. medical leech

AT 4. Select the features that are common to arthropods and molluscs.

Write your answer in numbers without spaces.

1. ray symmetry of the body

2. bilateral symmetry of the body

3. three-layer body structure

4. body segmentation

5. chitinous cover

6. open circulatory system

Part C

Find a match

C1. Establish a correspondence between the characteristic features of arthropods and their

evolutionary ancestors – annelids

PECULIARITIES ORGANISM
A) a closed circulatory system B) limbs in the form of multi-cranked levers C) an open circulatory system D) an external chitinous skeleton E) striated muscles in the apparatus of movement E) the presence of a skin-muscular sac 1) Arthropods 2) Annelids

Write down the numbers in response, arranging them in the order corresponding to the letters:

C2. Establish a correspondence between the trait and the type of worms for which it is characteristic.

SIGN TYPE OF WORMS
A) the body is usually leaf-shaped or ribbon-shaped B) the digestive system ends with an anus C) there is a parenchyma in the space between the organs D) the circulatory system is closed E) the presence of a secondary cavity of the body – the coelom 1) Flatworms 2) Annelids

Write down the numbers in response, arranging them in the order corresponding to the letters:

C3. Establish a correspondence between the sign of the animal and the animal to which it refers

this sign.

ANIMAL SIGN TYPE
A) the circulatory system is closed B) the heart is divided into sections C) there is a mantle and a mantle cavity D) the nervous system is represented by an abdominal nerve chain with nodes in body segments E) there is a radula (grater) 1) earthworm 2) small pond snail

Write down the numbers in response, arranging them in the order corresponding to the letters:

ANSWERS

OPTION 1

Answers:

A1 A2A A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10
A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

B1.236

B2.346

B3.235

B4.123

C1. 32114

C2.2111

С3.211221

OPTION 2

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6
A7 A7 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

B1.123

IN 2. 136

IN 3. 134

AT 4. 236

С1.211112

С2.12122

C3. 12212

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