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Review questions are not listed in any particular order. GOOD LUCK!!! 1. Who [which groups] and what are the Amniotes? 2. Who [which groups] and what are the Tetrapods? 3. What groups are included in the Primates? 4. Who are our closest relatives among the primates? 5. What are the traits (physical and cultural in correct order) that are associated with human evolution. Would an Australopithecine share all these traits (if not, which ones would be). 6. Know the major Biomes and be able to identify their correct order from pole to pole. 7. What outline of questions did Niko Tinbergen pose for ethologists? 8. Know the major events that happen during meiosis I [e.g. when do homologous chromosomes pair up] 9. Know how sex linked traits are inherited and how this determines from whom a man versus a woman exhibiting the trait inherited it from. 10. What famous person is associated with a disruptive species introduction that has had long-term, highly expensive, and otherwise negative consequences in the U. S.? 11. Be able to interpret age-structure diagrams [for examples see ppt lectures & clicer quiz question]. 13. Know the MAJOR characteristics of Vascular plants [PLUS, what major groups are included among vascular plants] 14. Know the major differences between Mitosis & Meiosis (see lecture & lab for help: don’t forget genetics primer) 15. Know the definitions for (and be able to identify an example of): Sign Stimulus; fixed action pattern; imprinting. 16. Be able to solve the following types of Mendelian crosses: (1) simple monohybrid cross with complete dominance; and (2) simple monohybrid cross with 17. Be able to define and identify examples of: (1) habituation; (2) classical conditioning; (3) imprinting; (4) innate behavior versus learned behavior; (5)
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