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Need help with this--

16. The exoskeleton of an insect
a. does not have any muscles attached to it
b. is moved by muscles that are attached to the inside of the exoskeleton
c. is thickest where the joints of the appendages are located
d. is moved only by muscles attached to the wings

Thanks
-MC

  • Biology -

    http://www.backyardnature.net/exoskelt.htm

  • Biology -

    The picture on the bottom is disgusting!
    But is it B?

    Thanks
    -MC

  • Biology -

    I'm sorry you think it's disgusting. I'm in awe of nature that has devised such a neat way for an insect to grow.

    Yes. B is the answer.

  • Biology -

    Well yeah, I mean, it's great and all, but it doesn't exactly look that great. :/

    -MC

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