Venus Flytrap: Classification & Anatomy


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Which of the following is NOT true regarding a Venus flytrap?

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1. How are the traps on a Venus flytrap constructed?

2. What causes the traps to close on a Venus flytrap?

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The worksheet/quiz combo helps you check your knowledge of the Venus flytrap. Use this engaging resource to to assess your knowledge of topics like its classification and anatomy.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The goal of these questions is to assess your familiarity with:

  • How the traps on a Venus flytrap are constructed
  • What causes the Venus flytrap to close
  • The taxonomy of the Venus flytrap
  • How Venus flytraps attract insects

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about characteristics and appearance of Venus flytraps
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on Venus flytraps
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about how Venus flytraps attract insects and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

You can learn more by using the lesson called Venus Flytrap: Classification & Anatomy. Other topics you can review include:

  • The main taxonomic groups
  • Anatomy of a Venus flytrap
  • What hair-like fibers keep prey from escaping