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spring exam 2 2004 - NAME WEBCT ID EXAM#2 General Biology 2...

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1 NAME: ____________________________________________ WEBCT ID: ________________________________________ EXAM #2 General Biology 2 Spring 2003 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. Unsure? Please ask! Fill in the following areas of the Scantron form, both in writing AND by coloring in the bubbles: Social security number JHED ID (WebCT ID) Your Name Test Form (see above) Good luck!
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2 SECTION I: RECORD YOUR ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS ON THE SCANTRON FORM. EACH QUESTION IS WORTH 2 POINTS. 1. In photosynthesis in C3 plants, NADPH is used for: a. The reduction of oxygen to water b. The regeneration phase of the Calvin cycle c. Reduction of PG d. Loading of sucrose into sieve cells e. B and C 2. Which of the following characteristics is unique to plants and green algae? 3. Which of the following statements about photorespiration is true? 4. Gymnosperms differ from ferns in that gymnosperms 5. The dominant stage in the life cycle of a moss is the a. diploid sporophyte b. diploid gametophyte c. haploid sporophyte d. haploid gametophyte e. when it flowers 6. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of angiosperms?
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3 7. Which of the following plants do NOT have stomata?
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