BIO 311D_Exam2_KEY_SP11

BIO 311D_Exam2_KEY_SP11 - BIO311D - Exam 2 Introductory...

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BIO311D - Exam 2 Introductory Biology II Spring 2011 Name: ________________________________________ EID:_________________ Select the best answer for the following questions and fill in the corresponding bubble on the answer sheet in PENCIL. Please answer the short answer and essay questions directly on your exam in PEN (if you wish to be considered for regrade-ing). Take a deep breath – and Good Luck!! Multiple Choice (2pts each) 1. Which of the following is not a characteristic of animals? A. Heterotrophs B. Mobile at some point in lifecycle C. Carbohydrates stored as starch D. Eukaryotic 2. Which of the following terms does not apply to a frog? A. Triploblastic B. Deuterostome C. Bilateral D. Acoelomate 3. A true coelom is one that A. comprises endoderm and mesoderm B. forms a pouch or cavity C. is completely surrounded by mesoderm D. forms the digestive system 4. Why must multicellular organisms keep their cells bathed in an aqueous medium? A. Negative feedback will only operate in interstitial fluids. B. Cells need an aqueous medium for the exchange of nutrients, gases, and wastes. C. Cells of multicellular organisms tend to lose water because of osmosis. D. Cells of multicellular organisms tend to accumulate wastes, a consequence of diffusion. 5. Female patients suffering from a lack of proper cilia formation on cells may exhibit: A. Inability to absorb nutrients (malnutrition); frequent ectopic pregnancies (egg remains in oviduct) B. Frequent diarrhea; wrinkled skin C. Frequent respiratory infections; frequent ectopic pregnancies D. Stomach ulcers; wrinkled skin 6. In animals, nitrogenous wastes are produced mostly from the catabolism of A. fats and carbohydrates B. carbohydrates and nucleic acids. C. proteins and nucleic acids. D. phospholipids and glycolipids. 1
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BIO311D - Exam 2 Introductory Biology II Spring 2011 7. An advantage of asexual reproduction is that A. asexual reproduction allows the species to endure long periods of unstable environmental conditions. B. asexual reproduction enhances genetic variability in the species. C. asexual reproduction enables the species to rapidly colonize habitats that are favorable to that species. D. asexual reproduction allows a species to readily rid itself of harmful mutations. 8. The junction of the upper vagina and the uterus is called the A. fallopian tube. B. clitoris. C. oviduct. D. cervix. 9. The male and female structures that consist mostly of erectile tissue include A. penis and clitoris. B. vas deferens and oviduct. C. testes and ovaries. D. seminiferous tubules and epididymis. 10. Human sperm cells are produced in the A. prostate. B. seminiferous tubules. C. penis. D. bulbourethral gland. 11. Substance X is secreted by one cell, travels a short distance through interstitial fluid, and
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BIO 311D_Exam2_KEY_SP11 - BIO311D - Exam 2 Introductory...

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