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midterm-summer07 - Biology 1005 Mid-Term Exam50 Points...

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Biology 1005 Mid-Term Exam—50 Points Total Print Name: Date: Matching (20 points): 1. Scientific Method 2. Apterous ^ The variable that is ated during an experiment &. An organism's physiological and physical characteristics _3. Genotype /\. Independent Variable _5. Standard Error 1 6. Evolution fo 7. Phenotype L7 8. Dependent Variable f) 9. Antennaepedia C 10. Standard Deviation Multiple Choice (20 points): ? Statistic that measures how far the data spreads from the mean . An alternative Drosophila phenotype where individuals have legs where their antennae should be. . An organism's genetic make-up . A process used to logically answer questions.about natural phenomena Sc\Q\^\r\o . The variable that changes as a result of manipulating the other variable Statistic that is more likely to represent the true population mean because it accounts for sample size '- A non-random process that favors adaptive traits E V f An alternative Drosophila phenotype where individuals lack wings _11. The minimum number of replicates one should include
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