anonymous
  • anonymous
The two basic types of symmetry that appear in animals are ___. length and width b. weight and volume c. herbivory and carnivory d. radialism and bilateralism e. swimming and slithering
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
there is only one option on here for symmetry. Since E is a means of locomotion, that cannot apply to symmetry, C is how organisms obtain energy, so no reference to symmetry here, A&B are characteristics per individual organism and can vary (they are not basics categories for any specific phyla, D is your only option left and radial and bilateral are means of symmetry. Humans have bilateral symmetry and starfish have radial symmetry.

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