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Evolution of Invertebrates: Symmetry & Specialization

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Cephalization is:

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1. Invertebrates with which type of symmetry can be cephalized?

2. Invertebrates make up what percentage of Earth's animals?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Take this quiz on the evolution of invertebrates and discover how much you know about the subject. Questions will cover topics like cephalization and the type of symmetry that can be cephalized.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These points will be covered:

  • Percentage of animals on Earth that are invertebrates
  • Characteristic of sponges as invertebrates
  • Invertebrate example(s)

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - make sure you can accurately define cephalization
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the percentage of animals on Earth that are invertebrates and the symmetry associated with cephalization
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an example(s) of an invertebrate

Additional Learning

More information on animals without a backbone is available in the lesson called Evolution of Invertebrates: Symmetry & Specialization. You'll be covering the following points in particular:

  • Different types of symmetry for invertebrates
  • Changes that take place during specialization
  • Attributes of animals that have been cephalized
Final Exam
Chapter Exam
Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 29: Comparing Invertebrates
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