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Unformatted text preview: M ARTHA H UNTER /J UDITH B RONSTEIN /D ANIEL P APAJ EXAM TWO March 1, 2007 LECTURE SECTION: TTH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM PRINT UA NetID: LAST NAME:_______________________________________________________ GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. PRINT your UA NetID and last name above AND on the answer sheet. 2. Color in the answers in the appropriate circles. Use a Number 2 Pencil, not a pen! Bubble darkly, so the letter can no longer be seen in the circle. 1. Dinoflagellates a. are autotrophs b. are protists c. use carbon dioxide for a carbon source and light for energy d. all of the above 2. Which of these structures are not found in Bacteria cells? a. cell walls with peptidoglycan b. membrane bound organelles c. chromosomes d. cytoplasm 3. A chemolithotroph acquires a. carbon from carbon dioxide, energy from sunlight b. carbon from carbon dioxide, energy from sulfur or nitrogen inorganic compounds c. both carbon and energy from organic compounds d. carbon from organic compounds, energy from light 4. In the hierarchy of taxonomic categories, the level directly above Kingdom is a. Genus b. Domain c. Family d. Phylum p. 2 e. Order 5. Imagine you are an astrobiologist, studying life on other planets. An explorer reports that there are some prokaryotes on the super-hot surface of Mercury that appear to be like ones on Earth. Thinking only about their habitat, you predict that they may share characteristics with some: a. Bacteria b. Protista c. Archaea d. Dinoflagellates e. Cyanobacteria 6. The autotrophs that were the early dominant contributors to atmospheric oxygen were a. Cyanobacteria b. Brown algae c. Kinetoplastids d. Diatoms e. Dinoflagellates 7. The protists that are the closest relatives to the rest of the Animalia are a. Diatoms b. Choanoflagellates c. Kinetoplastids d. Dinoflagellates e. Trypanosomes 8. The group designated Land Plants includes a. the Tracheophytes, Non-tracheophytes, and green algae b. the Tracheophytes, and Non-tracheophytes c. the Brown Algae, Green Algae, and Red Algae d. only the Gymnosperms and the Angiosperms 9. Stomata are a. pore cells that allow water into Porifera b. pores that regulate gas exchange in plants c. the gut cavities in Cnidaria d. present only in Green Algae 10. Ferns are a. Gymnosperms b. Non-tracheophytes c. Non-seed tracheophytes d. Angiosperms p. 2 e. Order 5. Imagine you are an astrobiologist, studying life on other planets. An explorer reports that there are some prokaryotes on the super-hot surface of Mercury that appear to be like ones on Earth. Thinking only about their habitat, you predict that they may share characteristics with some: a. Bacteria b. Protista c. Archaea d. Dinoflagellates e. Cyanobacteria 6. The autotrophs that were the early dominant contributors to atmospheric oxygen were a. Cyanobacteria b. Brown algae c. Kinetoplastids d. Diatoms e. Dinoflagellates 7. The protists that are the closest relatives to the rest of the Animalia are a. Diatoms...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ECOL 182 R taught by Professor Hunter during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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