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VersionB Key Spring - M ultiple c hoice q uestions e ach w orth 1 p t C hoose t he o ne b est a nswer B ubble i n V ersion B o n y our S cantron F

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Multiple choice questions each worth 1 pt. Choose the one best answer. Bubble in Version B on your Scantron Form. Station l. 1. These plants belong to same species of Brassica. You saw them lab natural selection (Lab 4). Which treatment(s) represents intermorph competition? a.AandB bBandC G. C and 0 '-7 "M"'" ,,~ c.ye-e-v\ ..... / \{dlt"LU -~n:.-e. ..t. d.EandF e.CandE 2. In order for evolution by occur, manual listed three conditions that must be met. What evidence is there phenotypic variation Brassica? a. are green always produce offspring (§)here yellow-green plants_ p. z:> J.:~~+- f(~"'t-.,eo c. presence Y allele produces a plant d. have hlgher fitness than e. !lowers reproductive structures 3. If you wanted test if a higher under ossible conditions, what would most appropriate co n? Use only treatments available here . .J!:L ~e . average number flowers produced pot E pot F - 4 __ ec. ..~'" ; .. -+-q;.,. ............. -~ ~f.:-htf"" leaves A D-"'5"';"'J (~I~ seeds A G" t C<-~"'h· B _ ~k ... t'; 0~ c.... lw.e. stem length C yellow D ~<~. .-e-<; i.... ~ 'liC.c.h><e,. .rS A C~l;'l h',,,,, 0 -I"" k4. c..~ 2
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Station 2. Use the images of fruit flies to answer following questions. Recall that in these fruit flies there are tw(l alleles for eye color (5 and s) two alleles for body color (E !lnd e) following is true: 5" red eyes E • brown body 4. What all possible genotypes female H could be? Cf 55",. 5"0 L,::,! e).e~'( .$C,se 7/ c. ssee, SSee /" ee- d. SsEe, SSEE "7'$- e. SSEE,SsEE, SSEe,SsEe S. evidence suggests genes for eye color body color on different chromoWmes? ~ ~ tL~"I' c......... \ a. two phenotypes for each genotype _. ...t- ,.... ~ b. Mendel discovered this fact in his experiments _\. .c. ., c. traits dominant recessivc--<:odominat "" ~~ linked . .oAc-r l\ecc::.<X<;. .<11" \:;'ve. .... Wf1y with can have either a brown or ebony body-wI":. . ~e.,4L e. gametes produced by flies are always haploid cd.-e ... l\D+ ,.,S:(~te. 6. We would cxpeet % of offspring ~~'r;ts if°H. .-er Se.tte. male 0 mated witb H. Assume for question flies heteroZYgou~ traits. ~ -7 $ef"c. e-~f <;S~ a.100 ~,. \-1-.,::. «!.J ~~'1 -7<=;,:5l.te. 75 <' '(c.5U > ~~ ce. d.~5 ~ __ e.O sec. . '9::;- S . 3. ",. ." 7. All organisms when considered together Plate C represent a population. I €mmunity ':':,-Mt. ."""", o;OlC-c,e"j ~Vl·""c;. c. species r \ .) d. individual e. none of above aTl': correct 3
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8. [n lab you calculated a Shannon-Wiener value for these plates. What comparison did this help make? \e\~ ncmc. . o.c- ~:s f a, how the composition of species changed over time' """'- b. how reproductive rates time c. age organisms d. many r-selected vs. K-selected were present at each ~timeperiod ~ diversity over time 9. If plate A is 18 months old and B is 6 C is 9 months, what might explain see on Plate A? it _ 7 {6f'; eFr a. speciation b. evolution \:)c:. ..~ ~J::::lc ce.
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2010 for the course BIS 2B taught by Professor Strong during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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