Invertebrates: Organ Systems & Reproduction

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What system requires some invertebrates to stay wet?

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1. Which best describes the skeleton of an earthworm?

2. What is a ganglia?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Invertebrates will be covered via this quiz/worksheet, in addition to their organs and how they procreate. To test what you know, answer questions on subjects like a system that requires a certain environmental condition and the skeleton of an earthworm.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Questions on organs and the procreation of invertebrates will assess you on:

  • The ganglia
  • A circulatory system that is open
  • The steady evolution of invertebrates

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding ganglia
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how invertebrates function
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of invertebrates and how they're connected to a certain evolutionary dictate of their species

Additional Learning

For those interested in learning more about invertebrates, we've provided the lesson called Invertebrates: Organ Systems & Reproduction, which is available to you at any time. You'll be reviewing these concepts as you study:

  • What an invertebrate is
  • How they digest food and excrete waste
  • Differences between the circulatory and respiratory processes in vertebrates and invertebrates
  • Exoskeleton and endoskeleton of invertebrates
  • Their processes of sexual reproduction
Final Exam
Chapter Exam
Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 29: Comparing Invertebrates
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