BIO 105_Test_4

BIO 105_Test_4 - 1. Jean Baptiste de Lamarck is remembered...

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1.   Jean Baptiste de Lamarck is remembered for:   Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  finding the first  known fossils. 0%      2.  early experiments  similar to  Mendel's  research into  genetics. 0%      3.  concepts of  artificial selection. 0%      4. proposing  evolution by  inheritance of  acquired  characteristics. 100%      General  Feedback: Lamarck proposed what we now would call evolution by means of inheritance of  acquired characteristics in the early 1800's. His ideas were quickly disproven. Score: 2/2    2.
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  If a population is at Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium, then one would expect:    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  that natural  selection  would be  occurring at a  faster rate  than usual. 0%      2.  that allele  frequency  would change  randomly from  generation to  generation. 0%      3.  to find all of  the  homozygous  recessive  individuals  dead after two  or three  generations. 0%      4. that allele  frequency  would stay the  same from  generation to  generation. 100%      General  Feedback: A population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium will stay at the same relative gene  frequency from generation to generation. Score: 2/2    3.
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  In Darwin’s theory, the environment acts as a:   Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  source of  variation.  0%      2.  filter for  reproduction. 100%      3.  source of  genetic  material. 0%      4. 1 and 2 are  correct. 0%      Score: 0/2    4.
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  An adaptive radiation:   Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  can occur  when a  population  invades a  new habitat. 0%      2.  results in the  formation of  several new  species from  a common  ancestor. 0%      3.  is shown by  Darwin's  finches on  the  Galapagos  Islands. 0%      4. All of the  above are  correct. 100%      General  Feedback: An adaptive radiation is a series of speciations from a common ancestor that  invades a new habitat. Score: 2/2    5.
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Which of the following cannot evolve biologically?   Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. NC State  Chancellor  James  Oblinger 100%      2.  a population  of bacteria in  your mouth 0%      3.  the wheat  plants in a  wheat field 0%      4.  a population  of Venus  Flytraps in  Green  Swamp near  Wilmington 0%      General  Feedback: Evolution is a population phenomenon. Individuals cannot evolve. Score:
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course BIO 105 taught by Professor Mickle during the Fall '07 term at N.C. State.

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BIO 105_Test_4 - 1. Jean Baptiste de Lamarck is remembered...

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