Exam 2 review slides - These are the figures that you could...

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Unformatted text preview: These are the figures that you could be asked to label, draw, or answer questions about. These are NOT the only things you need to know!! You need to know everything, but concentrate on words and statements that youve heard me say more than once, like adaptation, similar (or different) in plants and animals, etc. Try to connect topics together, for example, put constraints and challenges with adaptations and modifications of plants. Ask yourself why did this evolve? and why does this occur in plants?. Each exam will have at least one figure to label or answer questions on. The rest of the exam format is the same as last time. You are responsible for the information from the beginning of class. You would not be asked to do a Hardy-Weinberg problem or anything as specific, but you do need to understand mechanisms of evolution and adaptation in order to answer the above questions. Taxonomic heirarchy Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species-shared derived characters...
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