BILD 3 - Practice Final

BILD 3 - Practice Final - 1 Biology 3 Wills NAME _ Final...

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1 Biology 3 Wills Final Exam December 9, 2008 NAME _________________ SECTION TIME AND DAY ________________ TA NAME _____________________ THIS EXAM HAS 8 PAGES. CHECK TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THEM ALL!! Three hours, 100 points. Calculators permitted without cases. Read the questions carefully and answer them completely. Show all your calculations. Label diagrams clearly. Grader use only 1 abc ________ 1 def ________ 2 ________ 3 a ________ 3 b ________ 3 c ________ 4 a ________ 4 b ________ 5 a ________ 5 b ________ 6 ________ 7 a ________ 7 b ________ Total ________
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2 Name__________________ 1. Briefly define (18 points): a) Keeling curve b) Eutrophication c) Abiotic factors d) Mutualism e) Payoff matrix f) Mitochondrial chromosome inheritance
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3 Name__________________ 2. Match the description on the left to the hominid or great ape on the right (there is only one right answer for each organism, so one line on the left should be blank). (8 points) ___ May have been first tool user 1. Homo erectus ___ Only extinct hominid with a DNA record 2. Cro-Magnon Man ___ Migrated out of Africa to Southeast Asia 3. Chimpanzees and bonobos ___ Small-brained tool user 4. Mitochondrial Eve ___ Modern humans who coexisted with Neanderthals
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