BILD3-2007%20Final1KEY

BILD3-2007%20Final1KEY - BILD 3, FINAL EXAM Winter 2007...

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BILD 3, FINAL EXAM Name (print neatly)_________________________1 Winter 2007 Signature__________________________ Waiver: By signing below I give permission for my exam to be left in the north lobby of the Muir Biology Building (M2B) for me to pick up whenever the building is open. I understand that this may expose my exam grade to public scrutiny. If I do not sign, my exam will be available after March 28 in Rm. 1258 of Muir Biology (Dr. Kohn's office) when Dr. Kohn happens to be in. Signed: 1 There are 64 questions and 14 pages to this exam. Please be sure your exam is complete. All multiple choice questions are worth 3 pts. True/False questions are worth 2 pts. Written questions are given the point values indicated. Please keep written answers to the space provided. Here are some equations that could be of help. You can use the rest of this page for scratch, if needed. dn/dt = rN dn/dt = rN(K-N)/K N t = N 0 e rt p 2 + 2pq + q 2 = 1
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BILD 3, FINAL EXAM Name (print neatly)_________________________2 Winter 2007 Signature__________________________ Page 12 ___________ Page 13 ___________ Page 14 ___________ Total written______________ Course grade _____________
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BILD 3, FINAL EXAM Name (print neatly)_________________________3 Winter 2007 Signature__________________________ 1. What has led to the evolution of plant chemicals used for medicine? a. Herbivory b. Batesian mimicry c. Mullerian mimicry d. Cryptic coloration e. Aposematic coloration 2. Which interspecific interaction is detrimental to both species? a. Predation b. Herbivory c. Parasitism d. Competition e. Disease 3. Which of the following phyla are radially symmetrical as adults, but bilaterally symmetrical as larvae? a. Lophophorates b. Trochozoans c. Arthropoda d. Echinoderms e. Chordates 4. Which of the following lists probable ancestors of modern humans from the oldest to the most recent? a. Homo erectus, Australopithecus, Homo habilis b. Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Homo erectus c. Australopithecus, Homo erectus, Homo habilis d. Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Australopithecus e. Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Australopithecus 5. Which of the following is considered the greatest threat to biodiversity? a. Habitat destruction b. Introduced species c. Overexploitation d. Biophilia e. Disruption of interaction networks 6. The wings of a bat and a fly are _____. a. homologous b. an adaptive radiation c. an example of convergent evolution d. an example of inheritance of acquired traits e. parsimonious
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BILD 3, FINAL EXAM Name (print neatly)_________________________4 Winter 2007 Signature__________________________ 7. Northern elephant seals were hunted almost to extinction by the end of the 19th century, being prized for oil that could be made from their blubber. The population size may have fallen as low as 100. After passage of the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the small remaining population increased and spread. This is an instance of: a. natural selection b. founder event c. population bottleneck
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2009 for the course BILD BILD 3 taught by Professor Woodruff during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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