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Chapter 3 / Exercise 17
Applied Calculus
Berresford/Rockett
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1 Version: Redo Biology 150, Fall 2018: 2 nd Exam (Redo) KEY An exam is a learning opportunity where your preparation meets our challenge INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Print your name, your Biological Literacy instructor’s name, and your exam Version in the lower right section of the scan form 2. Print your name and your discussion instructors name in the space provided below. 3. Carefully read and think about each question and the selection of answers. Select the best answer from those provided and mark the appropriate location on the scan form, using a #2 pencil only. If you must erase, erase cleanly. 2 pts each 4. Due in class Wednesday October 3. 10% deduction for each day late. 1. The Hardy-Weinberg model makes assumptions that never happen in real populations, yet the model is useful because: A. it explains the existence of variation in populations. B. it proves that Mendel was correct for populations. C. it describes most populations. D. it explains the existence of so many species. E. it identifies those factors that can change allele or genotype frequencies 2. The appropriate unit for defining and measuring genetic variation is the: 3. Natural selection operates primarily at the level of: 4. Independent assortment of occurs in . 5. A population's carrying capacity _____. A. may change as environmental conditions change B. can be accurately calculated using the logistic growth model C. generally remains constant over time D. increases as the per capita growth rate ( r ) decreases E. can never be exceeded
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Chapter 3 / Exercise 17
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2 Version: Redo 6. Why can't a female lizard have both high fecundity and high survival?