Lec31 04_09_08 Predation and cooperation

Lec31 04_09_08 Predation and cooperation - Lecture 31....

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Lecture 31. Evolution: arms race and co- evolution through cooperation April 9, 2008 See Chapters 20 & 21 in Cheung, Fundamental Concepts in Biology Outline Evolutionary arms race Antibiotics and bacteria Arthropods and plants
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Announcements Clicker scores posted Will drop lowest 10 scores (top 20) Review for Exam 3 (Wednesday, 4/16) Exam 3 Friday (4/18) Review for Final (Monday, 4/21) Also – class evaluation Extra credit point for essay Final exam (Wednesday, 4/23: 10 – 12:50) Optional Study guides will be up soon.
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1) Predation by _______ forced early clams to evolve strategies to avoid predation a) Crustaceans b) Skates and rays c) Snails d) All of the above
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1) The Burgess Shale is an important source of Cambrian fossils. It is located in: a) California b) British Columbia c) Wyoming d) Peru e) Australia
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basic body plans found in contemporary animals. How many body plans are there? a)
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