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gel 107 mt 2 001 - 8 Dispersal biogeography tries to...

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Unformatted text preview: 8. Dispersal biogeography tries to understand biogeographical distributions based on dispersals from the original distribution. Is vicariance biogeography different from this? (A). No, they are the same thing defined from different perspectives. (B). No, they are different names that share a single definition. (2’). Yes, vicariance biogeography is based on splitting of geographical areas. (D). Yes, vicariance biogeography is based on splitting of time scale. 9. Large pterosaurs had wings with high aspect ratios and low wing loading. This indicates that... (A). These pterosaurs were good at diving. (B). These pterosaurs were good at flapping. (Of These pterosaurs were good at gliding. (D). These pterosaurs were good at parachuting 10. What is the characteristic of the Ediacara fauna? (A). All animals are large (more than 0.5m long). (B). All animals are floating animals. (WAN animals are soft bodied. (D). All animals are some kind of jelly fish. 11. Which one of the following phenomena represents scaling effect best? (A). A single bone may have different masses depending on the scale that is used. (39’. A single shape changes its physical properties according to size. (C). A single species may choose different habitats by comparing the benefits. (D). A single taxon may contain less number of species depending on its scale 12. Animals are divided into sponges, cnidarians (e.g., jellyfish), ctenophores (e.g., comb jellies), bilateralians, and some other minor groups. To which of these do we (vertebrates) belong? (360’. Bilateralians (B). Cnidarians (C). Ctenophores (D). Others 13. There was little oxygen in the atmosphere when the Earth was born. Which one of the following produced oxygen that eventually changed the atmospheric composition during the Precambrian? (A). Angiosperms, Whose existence is confirmed with flower fossils (B). Avascular plants, whose existence is confirmed with fossil spores MCyanobacteria, whose existence is confirmed with stromatolites (D). Gymnosperrns, whose existence is confirmed with pine cone fossils ...
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