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exam 2 fall 2005 - NAME WEBCT ID EXAM#2 General Biology 2...

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Page 1 of 12 NAME: ________________________________________ WEBCT ID: ________________________________________ EXAM #2 General Biology 2 Fall 2005 Test Form A Please fill out the left-hand side of the Scantron form with a #2 pencil BEFORE you begin the exam. Failure to correctly fill in the Scantron form will result in the loss of 5 points on the exam. Fill in the following areas of the Scantron form, both in writing AND by coloring in the bubbles: Social security number (a random 9-digit number is acceptable in place of your social security number) JHED ID (WebCT ID) Your Name Test Form (see above) Please answer the multiple choice questions in Section 1 on the Scantron form in pencil. Please answer the fill-in-the-blank questions in Section 2 on the exam itself, in pen. Good luck!
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Page 2 of 12 SECTION 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE Answer these questions on the Scantron form in pencil. (2 points per question) Ch. 32: Animal Origins and the Evolution of Body Plans Ch. 33: Ecdysozoans: The Molting Animals Ch. 34: Deuterostomate Animals 1. Of the protists we discussed, those thought to be nearest relatives to the animal kingdom are a. Oomycetes b. Protists with chloroplasts inside c. Euglenoids d. Diatoms e. Choanoflagellates f. Trypanosomes g. Apicomplexans h. Porifera 2. The Cnidaria include a. sponges and anemones b. spiders and nudibranchs c. jellyfish and bryozoans d. nematodes and polyps e. corals and jellyfish f. sponges and corals g. medusas and coelomates h. choanocytes and pore cells 3. In our version of classification, all animals are a. protostomes b. multicellular organisms c. part of the domain Eukarya d. most closely related to bacteria e. dikaryotic f. triploblastic g. both b and c h. a and b and f
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Page 3 of 12 4. Four major groups of mollusks are a. Bivalves, univalves, cephalopods, and copepods b. Chitons, Tritons, oysters, and snails c. Snails, clams, oysters, and squids d. Bivalves, Gastropods, Cephalopods, and Chitons e. Gastropods, Cephalopods, Arthropods, and Shellfish f. Decapods, Cephalopods, Clams, and Snails g. Cryptons, Gastrotrichs, Clamoids, and Cephaloids h. none of the above 5. Which of the following was NOT given as a reason why classification of organisms is important? a. Provides a framework for an exhaustive catalogue of known life-forms. b. Allow us to communicate accurately about organisms. c. Serves as an aid to memory. d. Gives every individual a unique name. e. Is fundamental for understanding ecosystems. f. Helps to explain relationships among organisms g. Helps us understand similarities and differences. h. Serves as a list of potential sources of natural products
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