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Unformatted text preview: Name TA BISC 120L Final Exam, December 12 2005, 9am section, version 1 300 points A. Multigle choice. Seiect the most appropriate answer and mark your answer in the blue answer sheet (scantron). in the blue answer sheet. you need only to write and fill in your name. Write your TA's name on the top right corner and the last version number 1, 2, 3 or 4. (3 points each. 165 points total) 1. Tropical rain forests lack which of the following characteristics? A) majority of mammals are bats B) abundance of epiphytes C) high primary production D) dystrophic condition E) none of the above 2. Organisms are classified into 3 domains: A) Prokaryota — Eukaryota - Protista B) Eukaryota — Frotista — Cercozoa C) Eukarya — Archaea — Bacteria D) Charophyoea — Basidlomycetes — Prokaryota E) Bacteria — Precambrian — Aveolates 3. Double fertilization in seed plants first results in A) the formation of petals. B) a 2N endosperm. C) a cotyledon. D) a 3N zygote. E) none of the above. 4. The origin of mitochondria and plastids in higher organisms is believed to have occurred by A) alternation of generations. B) photoheterotrophs. C) endcsymbiosis. D) maximum likelihood. E) paedornorphosis. 5. The single huge earth land mass that existed about 200 million years ago was called A) strornatolites. B) cyanobacteria. C) Laurasia. D) paralagous. E) Pangaea. Tn’ml nninls: this nanp. ...
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