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Organismal Biology - Midterm 1 Version A Answers

Organismal Biology - Midterm 1 Version A Answers - BIO1130...

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BIO1130 Midterm Examination – October 4, 2008 Name:________________________________________Student #_______________ Page 1 of 5 BIO 1130 A Introduction to Organismal biology Midterm examination Worth either 15% or 20% of your final grade Total points on both parts of the exam is 70 pts Saturday, October 4, 2008 Part B: Written questions a) Place your name and student number in the space provided below. Be sure that your name, or student number, is on the top of each of the following pages – the exam will be separated b) Answer all questions in the space provided on the exam. Do not transfer answers to the back of the page. c) You may use either pencil of ink for your answers. d) Answers as written paragraphs are preferred but point form is acceptable as long as the points are logically organized and not random statements or facts e) This is not an open book exam. f) Please circle your lab section in the table below. This information will be used to return your written exam to you Name: __________________________________________ Student number: __________________________________ Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Week 1 A1- BSC312 A6- BSC330 A11- BSC335 A2- BSC312 A7- BSC330 C1- BSC 335 A3- BSC312 A8- BSC330 C2- BSC 335 A4- BSC312 A9- BSC330 C3- BSC 335 A5- BSC312 A10- BSC330 C4- BSC335 Week 2 B1- BSC312 B6- BSC330 B11- BSC335 B2- BSC312 B7- BSC330 C5- BSC335 B3- BSC312 B8- BSC330 C6- BSC335 B4- BSC312 B9- BSC330 C7- BSC335 B5- BSC312 B10- BSC330 .
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BIO1130 Midterm Examination – October 4, 2008 Name:________________________________________Student #_______________ Page 2 of 5 12 pts Part 1. Briefly explain what each of the following terms means or the biological contribution made by the person. Where possible include an example in your explanation from a group or an organism to which the term or name applies. Charles Lyell {Uniformitarian theory}{ changes in the fossils are gradual and slow}{Layers in the rocks represent different times or intervals}{Geological time scale} Each of these four is worth a point – maximum of three points for the full marks.
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