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Exam 2 Example Questions - BSC 1005 Exam 2: March 7, 2007...

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BSC 1005 Exam 2: March 7, 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. Which of the following structures in the fetus is the precursor of male genitalia: a. Wolffian ducts b. Mullerian ducts c. Fallopian tubes d. Seminal vesicles 2. What is the master control gene for male sex determination in humans? a. Tay-Sachs gene b. SRY gene c. Turner gene d. Estradiol e. 21-Hydroylase 3. The sex of the male alligator is determined by: a. The presence of the SRY gene b. The presence of a Y-chromosome c. The incubation temperature of the egg d. The time of year that the egg is laid 4. Experimental evidence suggests that women preferred the smell of T-shirts from men with different MHC proteins than their own. This makes sense because their children will: a. Smell better b. Be able to receive tissue transplants from a wider-selection of people. c.
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course BSC 1005 taught by Professor Brist during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Exam 2 Example Questions - BSC 1005 Exam 2: March 7, 2007...

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