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Practice question set for the third Mid-term exam -- Bio201 Fall 2009 1. Photosynthesis is the process by which: a. Light is produced which creates energy b. Energy in chemical bonds is used to consume sugar c. ATP is generated for energy in the cell d. Cells with green pigment are grown in a plant e. Light energy is transferred into chemical bond energy 2. Which of the following types of glands is not associated with mammals a. apocrine b. sebaceous c. mammary d. merocrine e. all of the above are mammalian glands 3. Land plants have had to evolve adaptations to deal with the following challenges of a non-aquatic environment except for __________? a. Resist drying out b. Growing tall and heavy against gravity c. Move water and nutrients against gravity d. Getting light e. Reproduction when can’t release gametes in the water 4. Which of the following reasons was one of the strong advantages a plant had for living on land rather than the ocean? a. the exposure to air would make it easier to conduct photosynthesis b. at the time there weren’t other organisms to compete with for space or light on land c. the exposure to air would strengthen the plant tissues d. gravity required that they develop structural means to support their own weight
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2010 for the course BIO 200 taught by Professor Stone during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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