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Unformatted text preview: BY124 SI MOCK EXAM I I Some of the information in these questions will be covered in the lecture on Tuesday, June 29 th . 1. All of the following phyla include parasites EXCEPT: a. Platyhelminthes b. Rotifera c. Nematoda d. Annelida e. Chordata 2. Which of the following concerning cnidarians is t rue: I. They are acoelomates I I. They can exist in separate forms I I I. They have three germ layers IV. Most classes filter feed a. I and I I only b. I and I I I only c. I, I I, and IV only d. I, I I, I I I, and IV e. None of the above 3. Which of the following is the age of the reptiles? a. Carboniferous: age of amphibians b. Cenozoic: age of mammals c. Devonian: age of fishes d. Cambrian e. Mesozoic *Jurassic: age of birds 4. Which of the following lists the correct sequence of events in the embryological development of animals? a. Gastrulation, cleavage, fertilization, differentiation b. Fertilization, cleavage, gastrulation, differentiation c. Cleavage, fertilization, gastrulation, differentiation d. Fertilization, cleavage, differentiation, gastrulation e. Cleaveage, fertilization, differentiation, gastrulation 5. All of the following are coelomates EXCEPT: a. Ascaris b. Ribbon worms c. Lampreys d. Tunicates e. Earthworms 6. All of the following are t rue about chytrids EXCEPT: a. They possess spore-producing conidiophores b. They are the most primitive fungi c. They can exist as single-celled organisms d. Their spores are flagellated e. Their cell walls are composed of chitin 7. Which major evolutionary development marked the emergence of the chondroicthyians? a. Jaw b. Cartilaginous skeleton c. Dorsal, hollow nerve cord d. Rayed fins e. Swim bladder 8. All members of the phylum Mollusca have the following in common EXCEPT: a. Visceral mass containing internal organs b. A hard outer covering called the mantle c. A muscular foot d. A radula e. A body cavity surrounded by mesoderm 9. A new fungus is discovered that appears only to reproduce asexually. To which phylum would a mycologist most likely assign this new fungus? a. Ascomycota b. Deuteromycota c. Basidiomycota d. Zygomycota e. Chytridiomycota 10. The mycelium of a basidiomycete contains 8 chromosomes in each cell. How many chromosomes are likely to be found in each of the cells at the base of its fruiting body? a. 4 b. 8 c. 16 d. 24 e. 32 11. The mycelium of a basidiomycete contains 8 chromosomes in each cell. How many chromosomes are likely to be found in the spores released from its fruiting body? a. 4 b. 8 c. 16 d. 24 e. 32 12. The mycelium of a basidiomycete contains 8 chromosomes in each cell. How many chromosomes are likely to be found in each of the cells after it undergoes plasmogamy with the mycelium of a different mating type?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course BY 124 taught by Professor Cusic during the Summer '08 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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