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Life Science Boot Camp. 5.10C Describe the differences between complete and incomplete metamorphosis of insects. STAAR #34; Supporting; 5.2D.

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life science boot camp

Life Science Boot Camp

5.10C

Describe the differences between complete and incomplete metamorphosis of insects.

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STAAR #34; Supporting; 5.2D

1. The stages in the development of an insect are shown below:Which observation best supports the conclusion that this insect undergoes incomplete metamorphosis?A. The insect changes color when it becomes an adult.B. The first stage of the insect’s development is as an egg.C. The insect undergoes more than four stages in its development.D. The insect has similar body parts throughout its development.

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STAAR #34; Supporting; 5.2D

1. The stages in the development of an insect are shown below:Which observation best supports the conclusion that this insect undergoes incomplete metamorphosis?A. The insect changes color when it becomes an adult.B. The first stage of the insect’s development is as an egg.C. The insect undergoes more than four stages in its development.D. The insect has similar body parts throughout its development.

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2002 TAKS Information Booklet, #5

2. The pictures show the stages in the life cycle of a beetle. What would be the correct sequence for the development of the beetle?A Q, S, R, TB R, T, Q, SC S, R, Q, TD T, S, R, Q

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2002 TAKS Information Booklet, #5

2. The pictures show the stages in the life cycle of a beetle. What would be the correct sequence for the development of the beetle?A Q, S, R, TB R, T, Q, SC S, R, Q, TD T, S, R, Q

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2004 TAKS Information Booklet, # 9

3. egg  larva  pupa  adultWhich animal goes through the stages of metamorphosis shown above?A BeetleB FrogC BirdD Snake

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2004 TAKS Information Booklet, # 9

3. egg  larva  pupa  adultWhich animal goes through the stages of metamorphosis shown above?A BeetleB FrogC BirdD Snake

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6. The process by which organisms make more organisms of the same kind is called—A growthB developmentC reproductionD offspring
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6. The process by which organisms make more organisms of the same kind is called—A growthB developmentCreproduction (re=again)D offspring

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7. At which stage of its life cycle is a butterfly able to produce offspring?A pupaB adultC eggD larva
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7. At which stage of its life cycle is a butterfly able to produce offspring?ApupaB adultC eggD larva
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The diagrams below show the complete metamorphosis that a butterfly undergoes and the incomplete metamorphosis of a grasshopper’s life cycle.8. Which of the following creatures undergoes metamorphosis during its lifetime?A A dog B A mayfly C A beaver D A person

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The diagrams below show the complete metamorphosis that a butterfly undergoes and the incomplete metamorphosis of a grasshopper’s life cycle.8. Which of the following creatures undergoes metamorphosis during its lifetime?A A dog B A mayfly C A beaver D A person

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9. An adult dragonfly lays eggs. Nymphs emerge from the eggs, grow and turn into adults. This cycle is a type of—A an incomplete metamorphosisB morphing into a new organismC a complete metamorphosisD organic photosynthesis

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9. An adult dragonfly lays eggs. Nymphs emerge from the eggs, grow and turn into adults. This cycle is a type of—A an incomplete metamorphosisB morphing into a new organismC a complete metamorphosisD organic photosynthesis

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J K L M10. These pictures show the stages in the lifecycle of a butterfly. What is the correct sequence for the development of the butterfly?A J, K, L, MB M, L, K, JC M, J, L, KD K, L, J, M

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J K L M10. These pictures show the stages in the lifecycle of a butterfly. What is the correct sequence for the development of the butterfly?A J, K, L, MB M, L, K, JC M, J, L, KD K, L, J, M

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11. Which of the following is NOT a stage in the life cycle of a butterfly?AEggB PupaC LarvaD Phase
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11. Which of the following is NOT a stage in the life cycle of a butterfly?AEggB PupaC LarvaD Phase
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12. The stages of an organism’s development is called—A adult stagesB the life cycleC the water cycleD the migration cycle
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12. The stages of an organism’s development is called—A adult stagesB the life cycleC the water cycleD the migration cycle
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13. Which of the following animals goes through an incomplete metamorphosis? A Alligator B GrasshopperC Lizard D Turtle
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13. Which of the following animals goes through an incomplete metamorphosis? A Alligator B GrasshopperC Lizard D Turtle
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14. What life cycle stage is present in complete metamorphosis but not in incomplete metamorphosis?A NymphB AdultC LarvaD Egg
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14. What life cycle stage is present in complete metamorphosis but not in incomplete metamorphosis?A NymphB AdultC LarvaD Egg
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15. Which statement correctly compares these life cycles?AButterflies lay eggs and grasshoppers do not lay eggs.B Butterflies have wings throughout their life cycle and grasshoppers do not.C Butterflies have more legs as adults than do grasshoppers as adults.D Butterflies go through more body-shape changes than do grasshoppers.

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15. Which statement correctly compares these life cycles?AButterflies lay eggs and grasshoppers do not lay eggs.B Butterflies have wings throughout their life cycle and grasshoppers do not.C Butterflies have more legs as adults than do grasshoppers as adults.D Butterflies go through more body-shape changes than do grasshoppers.

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16. The diagram shows the life cycle of a darkling beetle. The stages in its life cycle are labeled W, X, Y, and Z.Which stage is shown at Y? AAdultB EggC LarvaD Pupa

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16. The diagram shows the life cycle of a darkling beetle. The stages in its life cycle are labeled W, X, Y, and Z.Which stage is shown at Y? AAdultB EggC LarvaD Pupa

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17. The life cycles of beetles, butterflies, and grasshoppers are called—A growthB speciesC metamorphosisD generations
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17. The life cycles of beetles, butterflies, and grasshoppers are called—A growthB speciesC metamorphosisD generations
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18. The diagram below names three of the four stages in the life cycle of a butterfly.Egg  ?  pupa  adultWhich of the following pictures shows the stage that is missing in the diagram?A. butterflyB. babyC. caterpillarD. caterpillar in a cocoon

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18. The diagram below names three of the four stages in the life cycle of a butterfly.Egg  ?  pupa  adultWhich of the following pictures shows the stage that is missing in the diagram?A. butterflyB. babyC. caterpillarD. caterpillar in a cocoon

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19. Which stage of an butterfly’s life cycle is illustrated at point B in the diagram above?A larvaB eggC pupaD adult
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19. Which stage of an butterfly’s life cycle is illustrated at point B in the diagram above?A larvaB eggC pupaD adult
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MS ?’s

20. How is incomplete metamorphosis different than complete metamorphosis?A. Incomplete metamorphosis is an unfinished life cycle.B. incomplete metamorphosis is the undeveloped growth of organisms.C. Incomplete metamorphosis has fewer life cycle stages.D. Incomplete metamorphosis is the partial body development of organisms.

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MS ?’s

20. How is incomplete metamorphosis different than complete metamorphosis?A. Incomplete metamorphosis is an unfinished life cycle.B. incomplete metamorphosis is the undeveloped growth of organisms.C. Incomplete metamorphosis has fewer life cycle stages.D. Incomplete metamorphosis is the partial body development of organisms.

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21. What are the distinct life cycle stage of complete metamorphosis?A. seed, seedling, baby plant, adultB. egg, larva, pupa, adultC. seed, pupa, larva, adultD. birth, growth, maturity, death

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21. What are the distinct life cycle stage of complete metamorphosis?A. seed, seedling, baby plant, adultB. egg, larva, pupa, adultC. seed, pupa, larva, adultD. birth, growth, maturity, death

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22. Incomplete metamorphosis has only 3 life cycle stages: egg, nymph, adult. The nymph looks similar to a smaller version of the—A. adultB. eggC. pupaD. larva

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22. Incomplete metamorphosis has only 3 life cycle stages: egg, nymph, adult. The nymph looks similar to a smaller version of the—A. adultB. eggC. pupaD. larva

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23. Crickets, grasshoppers, cockroaches, and dragonflies are examples of organisms that go through incomplete metamorphosis. A physical characteristic that distinguishes the nymph from the other two stages would be that it is—A. winglessB. worm-likeC. colorlessD. developed

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23. Crickets, grasshoppers, cockroaches, and dragonflies are examples of organisms that go through incomplete metamorphosis. A physical characteristic that distinguishes the nymph from the other two stages would be that it is—A. winglessB. worm-likeC. colorlessD. developed

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24. Student want to examine the difference of insects that go through incomplete and complete metamorphosis. Which tool would be most helpful?A. telescopeB. stopwatchC. hand lensD. beaker

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24. Student want to examine the difference of insects that go through incomplete and complete metamorphosis. Which tool would be most helpful?A. telescopeB. stopwatchC. hand lensD. beaker

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25. Entomology is the scientific study of insects. Entomologists study the way insects develop, grow, and change form. Some insects go through three stages of development while others go through 4 stages. The development, growth, and form change of insects is called—A. ecosystemsB. metamorphosisC. photosynthesisD. classification

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25. Entomology is the scientific study of insects. Entomologists study the way insects develop, grow, and change form. Some insects go through three stages of development while others go through 4 stages. The development, growth, and form change of insects is called—A. ecosystemsB. metamorphosisC. photosynthesisD. classification

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26. Which describes a characteristic of nymphs in incomplete metamorphosis?—A. Nymphs molt their exoskeletons as they grow.B. Nymphs reproduce to make more of their kind.C. Nymphs protect the egg and hold it togetherD. Nymphs do not eat or move

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26. Which describes a characteristic of nymphs in incomplete metamorphosis?—A. Nymphs molt their exoskeletons as they grow.B. Nymphs reproduce to make more of their kind.C. Nymphs protect the egg and hold it togetherD. Nymphs do not eat or move

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27. Which best explains what is shown in the diagram?A. Larval stage of a common beetle. B. Complete metamorphosis of a beetle.C. Pupa stage of a common beetleD. Incomplete metamorphosis of a beetle.

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27. Which best explains what is shown in the diagram?A. Larval stage of a common beetle. B. Complete metamorphosis of a beetle.C. Pupa stage of a common beetleD. Incomplete metamorphosis of a beetle.

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28. Which statement about the difference between complete metamorphosis and incomplete metamorphosis is NOT correct?—A. Both have four stages.B. Both begin with the egg stage.C. Both end with the adult stage.D. Both are cycles of insects.

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28. Which statement about the difference between complete metamorphosis and incomplete metamorphosis is NOT correct?—A. Both have four stages.B. Both begin with the egg stage.C. Both end with the adult stage.D. Both are cycles of insects.

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29. The praying mantis life cycle is shown in the diagram below: egg  nymph  adultWhich statement best describes the life cycle of a praying mantis?A. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by complete metamorphosis.B. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the pupa stage.C. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by incomplete metamorphosis.D. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the larval stage.

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29. The praying mantis life cycle is shown in the diagram below: egg  nymph  adultWhich statement best describes the life cycle of a praying mantis?A. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by complete metamorphosis.B. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the pupa stage.C. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by incomplete metamorphosis.D. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the larval stage.

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30. If an insect forms a chrysalis during the third stage of complete metamorphosis, the adult will be a –A. mothB. mosquitoC. dragonflyD. butterfly

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30. If an insect forms a chrysalis during the third stage of complete metamorphosis, the adult will be a –A. mothB. mosquitoC. dragonflyD. butterfly

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32. The 5th grade class receives a ladybug kit with 10 live larvae. Students make daily observations and record how many of the pupas hatch each day. At the end of the investigation, students make a table to show their data:What title should they give the table?A. Life of a LadybugB. Weekly ObservationsC. Ladybug Pupa HatchingsD. Incomplete Metamorphosis Table

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32. The 5th grade class receives a ladybug kit with 10 live larvae. Students make daily observations and record how many of the pupas hatch each day. At the end of the investigation, students make a table to show their data:What title should they give the table?A. Life of a LadybugB. Weekly ObservationsC. Ladybug Pupa HatchingsD. Incomplete Metamorphosis Table

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33. Students design an experiment to see what impact temperature might have on the length of time it takes for Planted Lady butterflies to go through a complete metamorphosis. Based on the purpose of their experiment, what should their variable be?A. The number of specimens B. The amount of time it takes the butterflies to transformC. The location of the hatcheryD. The temperature of the hatchery

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33. Students design an experiment to see what impact temperature might have on the length of time it takes for Planted Lady butterflies to go through a complete metamorphosis. Based on the purpose of their experiment, what should their variable be?A. The number of specimens B. The amount of time it takes the butterflies to transformC. The location of the hatcheryD. The temperature of the hatchery

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34. Students go outside in the fall and collect crickets from the grass around the building. They notice that some of the crickets have wings and some of the smaller ones do not. Based on what they know about the different stages of metamorphosis, what do the students conclude about the crickets with no wings?A. The crickets are old and have lost their wings.B. The crickets are immature and have not developed wings yet.C. A predator tried to eat the cricket and broke its wingsD. The crickets are a species that does not develop wings.

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34. Students go outside in the fall and collect crickets from the grass around the building. They notice that some of the crickets have wings and some of the smaller ones do not. Based on what they know about the different stages of metamorphosis, what do the students conclude about the crickets with no wings?A. The crickets are old and have lost their wings.B. The crickets are immature and have not developed wings yet.C. A predator tried to eat the cricket and broke its wingsD. The crickets are a species that does not develop wings.

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The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito.35. What is represented in the diagram?A. Complete metamorphosisB. Incomplete photosynthesisC. Complete developmentD. Incomplete metamorphosis

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The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito.35. What is represented in the diagram?A. Complete metamorphosisB. Incomplete photosynthesisC. Complete developmentD. Incomplete metamorphosis

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36. Students observe the changes in the life cycle stages of a beetle and a grasshopper. What should the students do to remember what they observed?A. Repeat the experiment one more timeB. Record their information in a science notebookC. Analyze the information using a computerD. Discuss their observations with other students

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36. Students observe the changes in the life cycle stages of a beetle and a grasshopper. What should the students do to remember what they observed?A. Repeat the experiment one more timeB. Record their information in a science notebookC. Analyze the information using a computerD. Discuss their observations with other students

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Use the table below and your knowledge of science to answer the following questionOrganisms that Experience Metamorphosis37. Which of the following best completes the table above?A. antB. cockroachC. dragonflyD. praying mantis

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Use the table below and your knowledge of science to answer the following questionOrganisms that Experience Metamorphosis37. Which of the following best completes the table above?A. antB. cockroachC. dragonflyD. praying mantis

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In the activity, students make a chart describing complete and incomplete metamorphosis38. Which information would best complete the chart?A. Incomplete change in body structureB. Similar body structure, different sizesC. Different body structure, same sizeD. Complete change in body structure

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In the activity, students make a chart describing complete and incomplete metamorphosis38. Which information would best complete the chart?A. Incomplete change in body structureB. Similar body structure, different sizesC. Different body structure, same sizeD. Complete change in body structure

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39. Which tool would be most helpful for students to measure the differences between the nymph and adult stages of a grasshopper?A. meter stickB. triple beam balanceC. calculatorD. metric ruler

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39. Which tool would be most helpful for students to measure the differences between the nymph and adult stages of a grasshopper?A. meter stick (too big)B. triple beam balanceC. calculatorD. metric ruler