Lecture_10_17.Eukaryotes4

Lecture_10_17.Eukaryotes4 - Eukaryotic Diversity III Bis 2C...

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Unformatted text preview: Eukaryotic Diversity III Bis 2C Lecture 13 October 17, 2008 Study Session Sunday Here 3-5 PM Bring questions Question 1 • How many separate symbiotic events would be required to generate an organism with four distinct nuclear genomes • A: 1 • B: 2 • C: 3 • D: 4 • E: 5 Question 1 • How many separate symbiotic events would be required to generate an organism with four distinct nuclear genomes • A: 1 • B: 2 • C: 3 • D: 4 • E: 5 Question 1 • How many separate symbiotic events would be required to generate an organism with four distinct nuclear genomes • A: 1 • B: 2 • C: 3 • D: 4 • E: 5 Question 2 In the evolution of chloroplasts, secondary endosymbiosis a. was the result of the uptake of a prokaryote by a prokaryote. b. was the result of the uptake of a prokaryote by a eukaryote. c. was the result of the uptake of a eukaryote by a eukaryote. d. occurred only in the red algal clade....
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