Multiple Choice Questions on Final Exam

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Multiple Choice Questions on Final Exam: 1. Not all DNA codes for protein production. Non-coding portions are called: A) messenger DNA B) reserve DNA C) exon sequences D) intron sequences E) blank DNA 2. Phenetic Classification emphasizes: A) relationships B) adaptation C) all of the above D) one of the above 3. Somatic cells A) have a haploid number of chromosomes B) contain homologous chromosomes C) contain fewer mitochondria D) lack sex chromosomes E) all of the above 4. Traits that reflect specific evolutionary lines and can be informative as to evolutionary relationships are called: A) primitive characters B) derived characters C) acquired characters D) analogies E) convergent characters 5. The fissioning of Yanomamo family groups has often proved useful for the investigation of A) Mutation B) Genetic Drift
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C) Gene Flow D) All of the above E) None of the above 6. True or False? A FOR TRUE, B FOR FALSE Gene Drift results in more variation in a population 7. The post-reproductive phase is unique to humans
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2009 for the course ANTH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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