hw 16 - 1. Cladistics uses which of the following to group...

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1. Cladistics uses which of the following to group organisms? a. biochemical similarities b. derived characteristics c. overall similarity d. all of these e. none of these 2. Comparisons of protein similarity between species can reveal the degree of genetic kinship because a. The number of protein variations is limited. b. Specific amino acids are dictated by known nucleotide sequences. c. gel electrophoresis converts proteins to nucleotides. d. Protein can be hybridized with DNA. e. DNA is made by directions stored in proteins. 3. Darwin's mentor, who arranged for Darwin's position on H.M.S. Beagle , was a. Alfred Wallace b. John Henslow c. Jean-Baptiste Lamarck d. Georges Cuvier e. Charles Lyell 4. Fossils would include a. skeletons b. shells c. seeds d. tracks e. all of these 5. Georges Cuvier was a strong proponent of the theory of a. uniformity b. relativity c. catastrophism d. natural selection e. acquired characteristics 6. In Argentina, Darwin noted the similarity of fossils of glyptodonts to modern a. rodents b. finches c. turtles d. armadillos e. ostriches
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2009 for the course BIO 1010 taught by Professor Grobner during the Spring '09 term at CSU Stanislaus.

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hw 16 - 1. Cladistics uses which of the following to group...

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