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Marine Biology 8th Edition By Castro -Test Bank

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Marine Biology 8th Edition By Castro -Test Bank

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Student: ___________________________________________________________________________
1. Seaweeds are included among the Protista. Some biologists, however, place them instead in the:
A. Kingdom Animalia
B. Kingdom Fungi
C. Kingdom Plantae
D. Prokaryotes
E. Seagrasses
2. Seaweeds and many bacteria are primary producers. In contrast to most of the bacteria that are primary
producers, however, all seaweeds:
A. Are photosynthetic
B. Are heterotrophic
C. Are prokaryotic
D. Have true leaves and roots
E. Are unicellular
3. Seaweeds can be best differentiated from the other algae because seaweeds:
A. Are eukaryotic
B. Are photosynthetic
C. Have true roots
D. Are mostly multicellular
E. Have true leaves
4. Seaweeds can be best differentiated from true plants because seaweeds:
A. Are photosynthetic
B. Are prokaryotic
C. Have no true roots, leaves, or stems
D. Have no chlorophyll
E. Are mostly unicellular
5. The root-like, anchoring structure of many seaweeds is called the:
A. Blade
B. Pneumatocyst
C. Thallus
D. Holdfast
E. Stipe
6. The thallus of a seaweed refers to its:
A. Anchoring structure
B. Gas-filled bladders
C. Stem-like part of the body
D. Complete body
E. Leaf-like structures, or blades
7. The stem-like structure of seaweeds such as kelp is called the:
A. Blade
B. Pneumatocyst
C. Stipe
D. Holdfast
E. Thallus
8. One of these groups of algae is found mostly in fresh water and on land, that is, only a small number is
actually marine:
A. Green algae
B. Brown algae
C. Kelps
D. Red algae
E. Coralline red algae
9. Green algae are characterized by:
A. Being mostly unicellular
B. Being mostly marine
C. Having chlorophyll plus red pigments
D. Having true roots
E. Having pigments similar to land plants
10. The most complex and largest of all the seaweeds is included among one of these groups:
A. Green algae
B. Brown algae
C. Coralline red algae
D. Calcareous green algae
E. Red algae

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