Anthropology 001 - Spring 2001 - Hager - Midterm 1

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Unformatted text preview: NAME SID # Anthropology 1: Introduction to Physical Anthropology L. Hager University of California, Berkeley Spring 2001 EXAM 1: 100 POINTS Instructions: i. Write your name, section dayr'time, GSI on the front side of the Scantron form. Only use a number #2 pencil! , 2. Write your name and student ID number at top of pages 8-13 of the exam. 3. There will be no talking once the first exam is handed out. 4. If you have a question, raise your hand and someone will come to help you. Respect your fellow students in this process. _ 5. If you are suspected of cheating, you will be given a warning, or asked to move, or asked to leave the exam and surrender your exam you may receive zero points on the exam. 6. Questions 1—40: put your answers on the Scantron f 1 using a #2 pencil. ?. Questions 41-50, answer the questions directly on -> an] in the space provided. These questions can only be answered in ink. Page Score 2:: go 8 '7 9 l0 .0 7w” - n [o @é")? 12 3.5” 13 (’7? i: ”W203 7% we: NAME SID # PART2 IEIII ‘ Use only the space provided to answer the questions. Answers on the back of the page will not be read. 41) Define and clearly outline the differences and similarities between the following pairs of concepts. (4 points each question) A) Principle of Segregation f Principle of Independent Assortment W W lemma W Wig/1:16 L . 1% m. at 863; says W’K’ mmdcxijcmia {IMF}; ol— dwaW$ Efigmgfla (MW {Moron-31%. “Pom: - Cl) Z114 A994)" JV gal“ ”(hug GCCWE’ “A? @914“? L3 /” WW8, (so sear m0” ‘34 53:1ng for one.) 1% & OJ; OW ch J kmAe/gemdm'r o? 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F:..f QNCW W”) 30(0 L s . ,_ .1 a ~ J 4 ."a/\,1d__ “573ml? 33/} Coae-flolafiflmc- 1&1?) lcnhcn) . WWJGZM _J_—L____ - E)RNAIDNA A $0— mdgsrg CC—cgg:_+—*” LC; cm exmwpm O‘CQJgQEJ 920““ Cc:.('\ic.m'u; cl» v’\ @1ng DNA (a) dos/«Hg _. Shaman-d J Cassatt/1g {Arno-E. Cm m 54V {CM-51“?) (Ca/6w kc; Mo \f’nml . CCm/Wptstg KL 9% Mfifilm CMCly-‘\\l/LQ I .{l/hf WNW 3 («W/\A Cy fiJQWKQ Q/QA code; H,\ [3?ng wk ) fixir/x'flxos\$ (AAA Whmfl/rgzn (A WCmSULQ-plwcn am c—KVQl/u {CL 4k? ) (aw DNA £GQMCCA ham " RNA OCH-kt“ mgg UCCKTAI Lflgnl’fiC—Irci (3Q WYD’IH'LQ .1} C .51‘ _,=.;- NAME SID # 45) You are using the MN blood types as a basis for a disputed patemity case. In this system, the alleles M and N are codominant. In addition, in order to ensure results you also look atsecretor locus for which the secretion (Q) of substances into the body fluids other than the blood is dominant to non-secretions (q). The mother and the child both have N blood type. The mother is homozygote dominant for the secretor and the child is heterozygote at this locus.The husband has type MN blood and is homozygous recessive for the secretor whereas the alleged father has type N blood and is homozygous dominant for the secretor. 0011ch ,‘ N N Q Cl What would you advise the court about the possible paternity of the child? You MUST show your wo kin the Punnett squares for full credit. Label your axes. (5 points) $¢amflcl _ ”(lg hqgmflcl ecuk cl, E362 (”f—«wokufic' WW [0 ’1’ NAME SID # 46) Match each individual in column A to the appropriate concept in column B (1 point each, 8 points total) Column A Column B E: Gregor Mendel #:Catastrophism is; George Cuvier - “'BrPopulations increase in size exponentially 13... Stephen J. Gould Grinheritance of acquired characteristics C: Jean Baptiste Lamarck ”'D'T‘Structure of DNA £1 Alfred Wallace ”E. Uniformitarianism $6 E Charles Lyell r-Fw-Punctuated equilibrium 2 Francis Crick 4}.— Evoiution by natural selection :12 Thomas Malthus lit—Principle of segregation 47) Match the following conditions in Column A with the appropriate concept or cause in Column B. (4 points) Column A Column B Kl 18' kle Cell Anemia atrnAutosomal Dominant trait _____ *Hemophilia rBTNondisjunclion WDown syndrome r67 Heterozygote advantage / gAcliondroplasia dwarfism «Bi-*X-linked trait ll NA SID # 48) Tay-Sachs disease is caused by a recessive allele. Individuals who are homzygous for this recessive allele die of Tay-Sachs before the age of four. Two theories are presented in the Park reader to explain the high incidence of "Fay-Sachs in the Ashkenazi Jew population. In the space provided, briefly outline the theory presented by each author. (4 points) A. D' d ' 13mm] . , hlg‘WlCQig TONY Sac/MS A vote; bee/fl W15; 6 \(‘C’Y-QQJXZCH/l 4r ”i‘O +1 mg ((szPf/IYIJK m @qu "sews lwecl Water tcotl’ . 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