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Animal Body Types

Quiz by Kelsey Farago

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  • Q1
    a group of similar cells that group together to form a specific function
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  • Q2
    a structure that is composed of different kinds of tissues that work together
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  • Q3
    imaginary lines can be drawn through a central point to divide it into two mirror inages
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    radial symmetry
  • Q4
    only one line of symmetry can be drawn to divide it into halves that are mirror images
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    bilateral symmetry
  • Q5
    The organization of an animal's cells into higher levels of structure, including tissues, organs, and organ systems, helps to describe an
    animals body plan
  • Q6
    animals bodies are organized into
    cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems
  • Q7
    no symmetry
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  • Q8
    animals with bilateral symmetry have
    organ systems
  • Q9
    radial symmetry allows organisms to take in information about their surroundings from
    all directions

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