Fungi - Biology 1102 1. Fungi 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10....

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Biology 1102 Fungi 1. Which of the following resulted in a strong selective advantage for larger cell size early in eukaryote history? A. They could overcome and eat more kinds of prey. B. Fewer kinds of things could overcome and eat them. C. Internal compartments led to greater overall efficiency. D. They could probably mover faster to catch prey or escape. E. all of the above 2. Which of the answers in #1 would provide an advantage to the first multicellular organisms in competition with the old guard single- celled organisms? (E) 3. What is the geological age of the earliest beds with diverse multicellular fossils? A. Cambrian B. Devonian C. Archaean D. Triassic E. Hellenic 4. What is the age in millions of years of the first multicellular fossils with shells? A. 1 B. 100 B. 65 D. 570 E. 1,000 5. What is the most likely source of the first multicellular organisms? A. a subdivided large cell B. Mars C. endosymbiosis D. a union of several genetically different cells E. a colony of genetically identical cells 6. What is the most likely genetic relationship among reproductive and non-reproductive cells in early multicellular eukaryotes? A. They are similar.
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Fungi - Biology 1102 1. Fungi 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10....

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