Biol172_Exam01_2009_Version_Hydroids - Name First Exam...

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1 of 5 1. Hydroids and leptoids can be found in the following phylum: a. Phaeophyta b. Bryophyta c. Lycophyta d. Pterophyta e. Coniferophyta 2. Malaria is carried to the human host by the: 3. The vascular cambium of the root is derived from the: 4. Photosynthesis in the leaf primarily occurs in the: 5. The following is not true of primary growth: a. plants become taller in this phase of growth. b. the apical meristem gives rise to three primary meristem during this growth. c. the mature tissues formed are the epidermis, xylem, phloem and ground tissue. d. the vascular cambium forms at this time. e. It is present in all plants. 6. A species of flowering plant that is monoecious has: 7. If the only haploid stage in a life cycle is the zygote, you know that: 8. If a short-day plant has a critical day length of 8 hours, which of the following 24 hour cycles would induce flowering? Name: ___________________________________ Student ID Number: _______________________ First Exam Biology 172 Spring 2009 Write your name and student ID number (without a space between the sets of 4 numbers) on this exam booklet. Write your name and student ID number on the scan sheet and fill in the bubbles. Do not write any other information on the scan sheet! Answer all 50 questions. Choose the best answer. Bubble in your answers on the scan sheet. Use only a #2 pencil. Hand in the scan sheet inside this exam booklet. Both must be handed in for credit.
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