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EXAM II - KEYBIO 370 - EVOLUTIONNAME _______________________________SPRING 2015STUDENT EID ________________________Please write in ink only. If you write in pencil, we will not re-grade your exam.Please write your name and student EID on EACH page.This exam has two parts: 1) a multiple choice part with 10 questions worth 4 points each (total of40 points), and 2) a short answer section with 7 questions worth a total of 60 points. The multiple choice part is to be answered using the provided scantron and should take you no more than 10 minutes, which will leave you with 65 minutes to answer the short answer questions.Please answer the short answer questions as succinctly as possible. Limit your answers to the space provided. Do not write any of your answers on the backs of the pages.Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Good luck!1
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NAME ________________________ EID _______________Multiple Choice (10 questions, 4 points each, 40 points total). 1. Given: In the late 19th century, northern elephant seals were hunted to near extinction while southern elephant seals were not. Researchers found that:
2. The experiment by Dobzhansky and Pavlovsky on Drosophila pseudoobscurawith inversionsnamed Pike’s Peak and Arrowhead:
3. Given: After the initial divergence of two lineages, most substitutions will occur at sites that were previously identical in the two species. During this period, differences will tend to accumulate at an approximately constant pace. But, after two lineages have diverged substantially, further substitutions may occur at sites that already differ, and such substitutions donot contribute to increased divergence. This phenomenon is known as:

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