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Exam_1_Spring_2007_with_answers - BIOL SCI 117 PROF MADISON...

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BIOL. SCI. 117 PROF. MADISON Biology of Organisms February 19, 2007 EXAMINATION I Follow these DIRECTIONS for full credit : 1. On top left side of answer sheet, write LAST NAME, skip one blank space, then FULL FIRST NAME. 2. Write the last 4 digits of your SSN in area marked “identification number” (columns A-D). 3. Fill in circles (#2 pencil) in columns below boxes for Name & SSN. 4. Write your name and grad TA’s name on this sheet in spaces below. 5. Write color of this test on the top edge of the back side (page 2) of the answer sheet. 6. After the exam , read and sign the following statement and turn in both the answer sheet and exam. By signing below, I give my word that I have neither cheated on this exam, nor have I knowingly allowed any other person to cheat on this exam. NAME_________________________________ Grad TA______________________________ Signature_______________________________ Exam directions: There are 40 questions on the exam; alert proctors if there are missing pages. Always read all answer choices carefully before choosing the best answer based on Bio 117 course material. 1. Select the correct statement below: A. Living organisms exist in a hierarchy of units, each of which is made up of representatives having roughly equal complexity B. Photosynthesis is an emergent property of multicellular organisms C. One of the two great unifying themes in biology is that all life comes from non-living matter. D. Some but not all species are related to each other through common ancestry 2. Which of the following is false concerning Charles Darwin: 3. Which of the following is correct: 1
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