chapter 32 ap bio multiple choice

chapter 32 ap bio multiple choice - Skill: Application 108)...

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Skill: Application 108) When pathogenic fungi are found growing on the roots of grape vines, grape farmers sometimes respond by covering the ground around their vines with plastic sheeting and pumping a gaseous fungicide into the soil. An important concern of viticulturists who engage in this practice should be that the A) lichens growing on the vines' branches are not harmed. B) fungicide doesn't also kill mycorrhizae. C) fungicide doesn't also kill the native yeasts residing on the surfaces of the grapes. D) fungicide isn't also harmful to insect pests. E) sheeting is transparent so that photosynthesis can continue. Skill: Application 109) How are the vascular plants that are involved in mycorrhizae and the algae that are involved in lichens alike? A) They secrete acids that keep the fungal partner from growing too quickly. B) They are digested by fungal exoenzymes while still alive. C) They contain endosymbiotic fungi. D) They are in intimate associations with chytrids. E) They provide organic nutrients to fungal partners. Skill: Comprehension 110) If there were no mycorrhizae, then which of the following would be true? A) Cheeses like blue cheese or Roquefort would not exist. B) There would be fewer infectious diseases. C) We wouldn't have any antibiotics. D) Most vascular plants would be stunted in their growth. E) There would be no mushrooms for pizza. Skill: Comprehension
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111) The following are all generally observed among animals except A) unique types of intercellular junctions such as tight and gap junctions. B) multicellularity. C) nervous and muscle tissue. D) sexual reproduction. E) autotrophic nutrition. Skill: Knowledge 112) Which of the following terms or structures are not associated with animal cells? A) desmosomes B) eukaryotic C) blastula D) zygote E) cell wall Skill: Knowledge 113) Both animals and fungi are completely heterotrophic. What distinguishes animal heterotrophy from fungal heterotrophy is that only animals derive their nutrition A) from organic matter. B) by ingesting it. C) by consuming living, rather than dead, prey. D) by preying upon animals. E) by using enzymes to digest their food. Skill: Comprehension
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114) The larvae of some insects are merely small versions of the adult, whereas the larvae of certain other insects look radically different from adults, eat different foods, and may even live in different environments. What condition should most directly favor the evolution of the more radical kind of metamorphosis? A) increasing oxygen content of the biosphere B) the evolution of meiosis C) the felt need to introduce variety into the species D) volcanoes in the environment E) limited resources Skill: Application 115) Assuming that all of the following events occur, what is the correct sequence in which the following processes occur during the development of an individual animal? 1. gastrulation
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at University of the West of England.

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