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Zoology 110 (Bronson) Fall 2018 Practice Questions: Final Exam, Fall 2018 These sample questions should give you a clearer understanding of how I will ask you questions on the exam. These are the types of questions I may ask, but may not be the exact topics I will ask you about. Each section of the exam may be considerably longer or shorter than the way it is represented here (particularly the multiple choice or multiple-multiple choice!) I may add sections that are unlike what’s shown on this exam, including additional diagrams to label, word bank type questions, etc. Nevertheless, you should pay close attention to this study tool. Part One: Definitions Choose 8 of the following 10 terms and define them. You will receive no extra points for providing more than 8 definitions. Furcula: Synapsid: Endostyle: Oophagy: Aristotle’s Lantern: Carrying Capacity: Habitat: Mass Extinction: Ethology: Habitat Fragmentation:
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Zoology 110 (Bronson) Fall 2018 Write the word that correctly corresponds to the definition. (10 pts) Having different types of teeth in a single individual: Jawed vertebrate: Opening to the sea star’s water vascular system: A predator whose removal alters the biodiversity of the ecosystem: Structure which forms a cover for the gills in bony fishes:
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