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Biology 1030 Spring 2008 Exam 1 Version 1 Multiple Choice - 42 questions total, 2 points each (80 pt basis, 4 bonus points possible) Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Special mutualistic relationships between fungi and plant roots are called A) lichens. D) mycorrhizae. B) myceliums. E) zooanthellae. C) haustoria. ____ 2. The ___________ is the sexual structure that produces egg cells in plants. A) archegonium D) sporangium B) strobilus E) antheridium C) stoma ____ 3. Which of the following Eukarya “supergroups” includes Rhodophyta and Chlorophyta? A) Excavata D) Stramenopila B) Rhizaria E) Discicristata C) Archaeplastida ____ 4. Ascomycetes have a life cycle that is best characterized as: A) gametic meiosis D) zygotic meiosis B) gametic mitosis E) plasmodial development C) alternation of generations ____ 5. If an organism has cell walls made of chitin, nuclear mitosis, and is made up of filamentous units called hyphae, then it can be classified in: A) Kingdom Fungi or Phylum Myxomycota B) Phylum Oomycota only C) Kingdom Fungi only D) Domain Archaea E) Phylum Myxomycota only ____ 6. Which of the following is true in the fern life cycle? A) both gametophytes and sporophytes are totally independent from each other and are equally dominant B) gametophytes are photosynthetic and partially independent from the sporophytes C) gametophytes are totally dependent on the sporophytes D) sporophytes are totally dependent on the gametophytes E) gametophytes are free-living and photosynthetic, but are replaced by a dominant sporo- phyte generation
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Figure 22-3 Use the figure to answer the following questions. ____ 7. Refer to Figure 22-3. Which is true? A) Taxon I is monophyletic. D) Both (A) and (B) B) Taxon II is paraphyletic. E) All of (A), (B), and (C) C) Taxon III is polyphyletic. ____ 8. Refer to the cladogram in Figure 22-3. Of the groups labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6, which one is most closely re- lated to group 5? A) 1 D) 4 B) 2 E) 6 C) 3 ____ 9. Members of this phylum include some species that are bioluminescent plankton, some photosynthetic species that produce food as zooanthellae in mutualistic relationships with coral, and some predatory members that are responsible for toxic red tides. A) Dinoflagellata (dinoflagellates) D) Phaeophyta (brown algae) B) Chlorophyta (green algae) E) Chrysophyta (golden algae) C) Rhodophyta (red algae) ____ 10. The sac fungi have structures for sexual reproduction called: A) basidia. D) zygospores. B) mycorrhizae. E) conidia. C) asci. ____ 11. Members of this phylum have primarily calcareous tests. Deposit of their tests are common components of limestone rocks, forming chalks such as the white cliffs of Dover. They are an important fossil group, with a rich geological record going back over 200 million years. A)
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