Physiology test questions

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Imagine you have been asked to teach a small group of your peers about animal organs.

Create 10 multiple-choice questions to test knowledge of the structure and function of animal organs.

Address the functions of each of the following concepts in your test.

  • Differences between asymmetrical, radial symmetry and bilateral symmetry.
  • Differences between endotherms and exotherms.
  • Definition and examples of epithelial tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of connective tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of muscle tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of nervous tissue. (provide one example)

Read the Writing Good Multiple Choice questions article on the Berkeley Lab Training website for tips on writing multiple-choice questions: http://training.lbl.gov/Resources/MultipleChoice.html

Cite your sources according to APA guidelines.

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1. What is the variation between radial symmetry and bilateral symmetry?
(a)Animals whose symmetry is bilateral could be cut into parts that are equal from
the middle while an animal with radial symmetry could not be subdivided into the same portions
(b)Animals whose symmetry is radial can be cut into same parts from the middle while animals
whose symmetry is bilateral can be cut only into mirror equals through one plane.
©The Animals with bilateral symmetry can be cut into equal pieces from the center while
animals whose symmetry is radial can be cut only into mirror equals through the same plane.
(d)Animals whose symmetry is radial have the right and left side while the animals with bilateral
symmetry do not have the right and left the side.

2. What is the variation between bilateral symmetry and asymmetrical symmetry?
(a) Animals whose symmetry is bilateral could be divided into the same pieces from the
middle while the ...

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