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University of Victoria BME200 Midterm Fall 2015 October 14th (137 points total) Name: Student Number: Part A. Vocabulary Section: Select the correct word that goes with each definition (2 points each) Words to choose from: phenotype, genotype, cell, genome, evolution, system, reductionism, plasma membrane, intracellular fluid, extracellular fluid, mentalism, vitalism, comparative genomics 1. An organizing force distinguishes living things from non-living things Vitalism 2. This structure defines the limits of a cell Plasma membrane 3. The outward appearance and behavior of an organism Phenotype 4. The entirety of an organism’s hereditary information Genome 5. An assortment of parts that work together in defined ways System
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Multiple Choice Section (each question is worth 5 points) - Circle your answer 6. Which of the following is not a principle of cell theory?
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