Midterm1 StudyGuide LS1 Sp16 - LS1 Spring 2016 w Dr Kane...

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LS1 Spring 2016 w/ Dr. Kane – Midterm 1 Study Guide Midterm 1 is on Thursday, April 21 st at 7-8:50pm. Please check the Announcements on CCLE for your room assignment. The midterm covers all material from the first day of class through Monday of week 4 (including all of chapter 25). It will be 70 multiple-choice questions worth a total of 140 points. This is a guide to get you thinking about the concepts we covered, but is not an exhaustive list of every detail we covered. Anything from lecture, lab, the textbook, and Launchpad assignments is fair game (but note: if something is ONLY in the textbook and we did not cover it anywhere else, I will not include it on the exam). In the textbook, the Quick Check questions at the end of each section and the Self- Assessment questions at the end of the chapters are helpful for checking your ability to integrate and apply the information in the chapter to appropriate situations. On LaunchPad, the “Learning Curve” questions for each chapter are a good resource for practice with multiple-choice questions and to identify areas where you lack understanding on a topic. The HHMI video, The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree , is an excellent review of many of the concepts we have covered. I highly recommend viewing it! Chapter 1 – Life: Chemical, Cellular, and Evolutionary Foundations What is involved in the scientific process (i.e., scientific method)? What is the difference between a hypothesis and a prediction?
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  • Evolution, Phylogenetics, Evolutionary Foundations

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