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Which echinoderm does not show obvious five-part radial symmetry outside of its body? A. sea star B. sea urchin C. sea lily D. sea cucumber
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User: Which echinoderm does not show obvious five-part radial symmetry outside of its body? A. sea star B. sea urchin C. sea lily D. sea cucumber

Weegy: The sea cucumber is an echinoderm which does not show obvious five-part radial symmetry outside of its body.
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 2722|

User: Place the following steps for complete metamorphosis in sequential order: A - larva encloses itself in a chrysalis B - adult lays eggs C - pupa develops into an adult inside the chrysalis D - eggs hatch into larvae E - Adult emerges from the chrysalis A. A, B, C, D, E B. B, D, A, C, E C. C, A, E, B, D D. E, C, A, D, B

Weegy: Sequence is: B, D, A, C, E. B - adult lays eggs; D - eggs hatch into larvae; A - larva encloses itself in a chrysalis; C - pupa develops into an adult inside the chrysalis; E - Adult emerges from the chrysalis.
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User: All of the following are arthropods except A. crustaceans. B. echinoderms. C. arachnids. D. insects.

Weegy: All of the following are arthropods except: echinoderms.
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User: Which embryonic characteristic of chordates develops into structures in the head and neck in land vertebrates? A. notochord B. dorsal nerve chord C. postanal tail D. pharyngeal pouches

Weegy: Pharyngeal pouches are an embryonic characteristic of chordates which develop into structures in the head and neck in land vertebrates.
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