1. Reptiles include.
A – toads
C – snakes
D – newts
2. The vole lives in :
A – swamps
B – rivers
C – dry places warmed by the sun
D – seas
3. The lizard, unlike the frog, has:
A – neck
B – eyelids
C – skin
D – limbs
4. Lizard skin:
A – naked.
B – moist
C – scaly, dry
D – covered with mucus
5. The horny cover of a lizard:
A – protects the body from overheating
B – protects the body from overcooling
C – well stretchable
D – prevents the evaporation of moisture.
6. The skeleton of reptiles, unlike amphibians, has:
A – spine
B – ribs
C – skull
D – girdles of limbs.
7. Compared to a frog, a lizard has a more mobile head because:
A – has ribs
B – the forelimb girdle is developed
C – the muscles are better developed
D – there are 8 cervical vertebrae
8. Like amphibians, reptiles have:
A – scaly skin
B – eight cervical vertebrae
C – third eyelid
9. Reptiles breathe
A – mainly by lungs
B – only lungs
C – skin only
D – with lungs and skin
10. Unlike amphibians, reptiles have:
A – heart has three chambers
B – heart with two chambers
C – heart with four chambers
D – 1 circle of blood circulation.
11. Compared to amphibians, reptiles have a better developed cerebellum, which is associated with:
A – with more complex conditioned reflexes
B – more complex unconditioned reflexes
C – with greater motility
D – with more intensive breathing.
12. Tail regeneration in lizards is important for:
A – protection from predators
B – reproduction
C – searching for food
D – scaring away enemies
13. Reptiles, unlike amphibians, have:
A – the eggs are smaller
B – the eggs have no shell
C – the egg has a large supply of nutrients
D – the eggs develop in water.
14. In internal fertilization, the egg is fertilized6
A – inside the female organism
B – inside the male organism
C – on land
D – in water.
15.Scaly reptiles include:
A – crocodiles
B – turtles
C – snakes
D – newts.
15. Snakes are kept in nurseries to obtain:
A – venom
B – skin
C – meat
D – eggs.
1.The lives of amphibians take place:
A – on land;
B – in water;
C – in water and on land.
2. Amphibians are semi-aquatic, semi-terrestrial chordates, so they breathe with:
A – gills;
B – lungs only;;
C – only wet skin;
D – lungs and wet skin.
3. Amphibians are characterized by the following features:
A – the head is motionless, as in fish;
B – the head is movably connected with the body;
C – there is no neck;
D – limbs consist of three parts and have fingers.
4. The cloaca opens into :
A – digestive system;
B – excretory system;
C – sexual system;
D – circulatory system.
5. The cervical spine of amphibians is represented by:
A- one vertebra;
B- two vertebrae;
C- seven vertebrae.
6. Frogs have a lateral line organ:
A- only during larval development;
B – only as an adult.
7. Amphibian heart :
A – one-chambered;
B – two-chambered;
C – three-chambered.
8. Tailed amphibians include:
A – water viper;
B – salamander;
C – toad;
D – newt.
9. The finger tips have suction cups in:
A – all amphibians;
B – tailed amphibians;
C – quahogs;
D – worms.
10. The adult frog feeds on:
A – fish;
B – daphnia;
C – grasses;
D – small invertebrates.
11. The presence of eyelids in a frog is an adaptation:
A – for life in water;
B – for life on land;
C – for protection from bright light
D – for protection from low air temperature.
12. Frog’s adaptation to movement in water :
A – presence of eyelids;
B – protruding nostrils;
C – streamlined shape of the body;
D – patronizing coloration.
13. Sequence of parts of a frog’s forelimb:
A – shoulder – forearm – hand – fingers;
B – forearm – shoulder – hand – fingers;
C – hand – shoulder – forearm – fingers;
D – hand – fingers – shoulder – forearm.
14. . Sequence of parts of the hind limb of the frog:
A – thigh – foot – tibia – fingers;
B – femur – tibia – foot – toes;
C – tibia – femur – foot – toes;
D – fingers – tibia – thigh – foot .
15.Thanks to the membranes on the limbs, the frog:
A- moves in water;
B- keeps its balance
C – jumps;
D – moves on land.
16.Compared to fish, amphibians have a weaker cerebellum because:
A – amphibians have fewer reflexes;
B – they don’t have to maintain equilibrium on land;
C – amphibians have primitive behavior;
D – amphibians have fewer enemies.
17.The ancestors of amphibians were:
A – cartilaginous fish;
B – reptiles;
C – ringworms;
D – keysteper fishes.
18.Toads differ from frogs:
A – the structure of the excretory system;
B – the structure of circulatory system;
C – well-developed lungs;
D – the tail.
19.Amphibians need protection because they:
A – are a link in the food chains;
B – they reproduce slowly;
C – they are slow-growing;
D – are destroyed by predators.