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BSC 1005 Exam 3: April 17, 2007 Page 1 BSC 1005 - Biological Principles Questions from Second Exam -- Spring, 2007 The following questions were on the 2 nd exam that I gave last year. 1) The main function of flower petals is: a. To defend the plant from herbivores b. To compete with other flowering plants for space c. To attract pollinators d. To provide secondary photosynthesis products e. To collect water from dew and rainfall 2) The first organisms to develop a body plan with a defined mouth and muscle cells for movement were the: a. Porifera (sponges) b. Cnidaria (sea anemones, jellyfish, corals) c. Platyhelminthes (flatworm, tapeworms, flukes) d. Mollusca (clams, snails, octopus) e. Annelida (earthworms) 3) The Burgess Shale is found in _________. a. California b. Washington state c. British Columbia, Canada d. Montana e. Wyoming 4) Bristlecone pines have been found that have lived for nearly: a. 300 yr b. 1500 yr c. 5000 yr d. 8000 yr e. 22000 yr 5) How many cells are in your body? a.
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