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NAME__ KEY _____________ Biology 200 EXAM 3 Page 1 OF 10 Exam 3  version A   Exam 3  version B   Question Answer Question Answer 1 C 1 C 2 E 2 A 3 A 3 D 4 C 4 A 5 D 5 B 6 B 6 7 C 7 C 8 A 8 E 9 D 9 A 10 A 10 C 11 B 11 D 12 C 12 B 13 C 13 C 14 E 14 E 15 D 15 A 16 A 16 A 17 D 17 C 18 D 18 C 19 C 19 E 20 E 20 D 21 A 21 A 22 A 22 D 23 C 23 D 24 D 24 A 25 D 25 C 26 A 26 E 27 A 27 E 28 C 28 A 29 D 29 B 30 A 30 D 31 C 31 D
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NAME__ KEY _____________ Biology 200 EXAM 3 Page 2 OF 10 32 E 32 D 33 E 33 A 34 A 34 C 35 B 35 D
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NAME__ KEY _____________ Biology 200 EXAM 3 Page 3 OF 10 Place the events listed in each question in the correct order from first to last by writing the appropriate letter in each blank. Numbering Note: RED number correspond to exam version A, BLUE numbers correspond to version B 36 / 37 . ( 2 pts ) Order the sequence of the following events involved in female gametogenesis: a. Meiotic recombination b. Formation of the second polar body c. Formation of the primary oocyte d. Completion of the reduction division e. Migration of the primordial germ cells to the region that will form the gonad __E_____ __C_____ ___A____ ___D ____ ___B ____ 37 / 36 . ( 2 pts ) Order the sequence of the following events involved in sea urchin fertilization: a. binding of sperm to egg plasma membrane b. release of acrosomal contents c. pronuclei fusion d. calcium wave moves across cytoplasm e.
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