SI Session 1 - c. Bacteria Name: Date: 9. What types of...

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Name: Date: Supplemental Instruction: Biol 1012 1. Which of the following group is a clade ? a. Paraphyletic groups b. Monophyletic groups c. Polyphyletic groups 2. Trees are constructed based upon: a. Outgroup b. Clades c. Synapomorphies 3. Explain homoplasy and homology . 4. What does parsimony mean? 5. Understanding the importance of mnemonics: Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species K ings P lay C hess O n F ine G reen S ilk 6. What are the three domains? Draw a simple phylogenetic tree relating them to each other. 7. (T/F) Archae are most closely related to bacteria. 8. Endosymbiotic theory explains the structure of : a. Mitochondria b. Nuclear membrane
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Unformatted text preview: c. Bacteria Name: Date: 9. What types of eukaryotic organisms have cell wall? a. Sponges b. Mammals c. Plants d. Sea anemones 10. What is a tissue ? Name the four different animal tissue types. 11. What are the three germ layers? 12. Diploblastic animals have: a. None or one embryonic tissue layer b. Two embryonic tissue layer c. Three embryonic tissue layer 13. List the three types of body cavities: a. b. c. 14. In protostome s the blastopore forms the __________________ whereas in deutorostomes the blastopore forms the ________________. 15. (T/F) Cephalization means presence of head....
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2008 for the course BIOL 1012 taught by Professor Lyleshannon during the Fall '08 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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