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1. A student looks at a slice of tissue on an unlabeled microscope slide. The student concludes the tissue is not from an animal because the cells in the tissue have (1 point)

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1. A student looks at a slice of tissue on an unlabeled microscope slide. The student concludes the tissue is not from an animal because the cells in the tissue have (1 point) membrane-bound organelles. nuclei. cell membranes. cell walls. Figure 25-1 2. Look at the illustration in Figure 25–1 above. Which letter represents the hollow nerve cord? (1 point) A B C D 3. Which of the following correctly describes the major types of animals? (1 point) All chordates share a common ancestor, but there is no common ancestor of all invertebrates. All invertebrates are chordates; vertebrates are a group that is separate from both invertebrates and chordates. All invertebrates are chordates; vertebrates are a group that is separate from both invertebrates and chordates. Chordates are the largest group, and it is subdivided into two groups: vertebrates and invertebrates. 4. Homeostasis is a (1 point) step in embryological development. stable internal environment. response to a stimulus. phylum of invertebrates. 5. When an animal’s environment changes, sexual reproduction improves a species’ ability to (1 point) react to new stimuli. increase its numbers rapidly. adapt to new living conditions. produce genetically identical offspring.
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the answers are d b a b c andthe answer to te next test is d c c c b :)

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