F04_prelim1 - BioG109 September23,2004 Prelim#1

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BioG 109 September 23, 2004 Prelim #1 BIOG 109 SAMPLE PRELIM FROM FALL 2004 (ANSWERS ARE PROVIDED AT END OF EXAM) Part 1. Multiple choice. Questions 1-45. CHOOSE THE ONE BEST ANSWER. MARK YOUR CHOICE CAREFULLY ON THE ANSWER SHEET. A CORRECT STATEMENT IS NOT NECESSARILY THE RIGHT (BEST) ANSWER. 1. Fungi involved in an intimate mutually beneficial relationship with the roots of a plant are called: A) an ingrowth B) commensalism C) mycorrhizae D) parasitic infection E) none of the above 2. Gas exchange in plants takes place through structures called: A) spigmata B) mycorrhizae C) phloem D) stomata E) gas pores 3. What is a lichen? A) an association between a bryophyte and a bacterium B) an association between a fungus and a brown alga C) a crusty inorganic substance found on old tombstones D) an endosymbiotic relationship between prokaryotes and protists E) an association between a fungus and a cyanobacterium or a green alga 4. Which of the following facts SUPPORTS the endosymbiotic theory of complex cell structure? A) mitochondria have their own DNA and duplicate it independently of the cell’s nucleus B) mitochondrial ribosomes resemble eukaryotic ribosomes C) all eukaryotic DNA is in the nucleus D) mitochondria are the "powerhouse" of the cell E) all of the above 5. Which of the following represent a part of the taxonomic hierarchy, ordered from least to most inclusive? A) Order, Class, Genus, Species, Domain B) Family, Order, Class, Genus, Species C) Class, Order, Phylum, Kingdom, Domain D) Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class E) Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species Page 1 v1 of 10 continued on back
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September 23, 2004 Prelim #1 6. Of the following, the LEAST inclusive taxon that includes liverworts is: A) Bryozoa B) Bryophytes C) Plantae D) Protista E) Liverwortacea 7. Which of the following plants has a dominant sporophyte generation and produces seeds but has no flowers? A) pine tree B) fern C) tulip D) rose E) liverwort 8. The ripened ovary of a flower, which is adapted to disperse seeds, is called: A) the ovule B) the casing C) the cone head D) the fruit E) the sporangium 9. When certain derived characteristics of two organisms are similar because of descent from a common ancestor they are called: A) homoplasious B) homeostatic C) synapomorphies D) syndactylous E) autapomorphies 10. In a phylogenetic classification, the smallest taxon that contains ferns and seed plants is: A) Plantae B) Bryophytes C) Gymnosperms D) Angiosperms E) Vascular Plants 11. A patient comes to the doctor because of a large, bull's eye-shaped, red rash that has a clear patch in the center. Originally there was evidence of a bite or sting in the middle of the rash, and the patient lives in an area where deer are common. Which of the following diseases will the physician immediately suspect?
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