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Unformatted text preview: 1. Chaparral 2. Tropical Evergreen Forest 3. biogeochemical 4. Tropical deciduous forest 5. Increased disease outbreaks 6. Flagella, cilia, and axial filaments 7. Gross primary production is always greater than net primary production 8. Both a and c 9. .80 10. the embryo and the endosperm 11. An external skeleton 12. A gap 13. Traits favored by sexual selection are often costly to the males 14. Nearctic 15. Complex organic molecules can form spontaneously under conditions that probably existed on the early earth 16 Eukarya; Archaea; Bacteria 17. Helps orient cell movements during embryonic development 18. Both a and c 19. Food; visceral mass; mantle 20. 5% 21. Mollusk 22. Natural selection must be acting on the population. 23. Oxygen 24. The atmosphere 25. Nitrogen; phosphorous 26. Low 27. Lichens, alders, spruces 28. Bacteria 29. fluid-filled body cavity lined on the outside with mesoderm 30. one chromosome that is circular; many chromosomes that are linear 31. All of the above 32. Club mosses 33. Ability to form a blastopore 34. Myriapods 35. charales 36. All synapomorphies are derived traits 37. Strong selection for change is acting on this gene 38. fewest homoplasies 39. The size of the island; its distance from the mainland 40. CO 2 . 41. The length of the dry season 42. Bone 43. a predatorprey or hostparasite interaction 44. A change from A to G 45. Insufficient information is given to answer the question 46. Community 47. Early gymnosperms 48. Sperm are smaller and cheaper to produce than eggs 49. Whales 50. bioprospecting 51. Both a and d 52. Oxygen 53. 54. All of the above 55. The phenotype and indirectly on the genotype 56. A a clade 57. The most parsimonious explanation 58. The atmosphere 59. Ernst Mayr 60. Recombinant 61. Releaser 62. Estimate the number of species extinctions resulting from habitat destruction 63. Disruptive selection 64. Tuataras 65. Tropical evergreen forest 66. 67. Temperate deciduous forest 68. Once 69. Devonian 70. Can live only within the cells of other organisms 71. A male lions mane 72. High rates of immigration and emigration with a nearby population which has similar allele frequencies 73. Fertilization, division of diploid zygote, production of a pollen tube, pollen grain reaches a sporophyte. 74. Deductive logic is used to make predictions from a hypothesis 75. Nocturnal 76. Conifers 77. Locus 78. Commensalism 79. Without the activities of living organisms, the gases in Earth's atmosphere would combine to produce nitric acid, which would then dissolve in the oceans. 80. Both a and c 81. as carbonate minerals in sedimentary rock 82. Developed the concept of Uniformitarianism 83. Tundra 84. Ocean conveyor belt; sink 85. All dinosaurs had feathers as well as scales 86. Pheromones 87. 1/4 tall; 1/2 intermediate height; 1/4 short 88. The allele frequency is the number of copies of the allele in the population, divided by the total number (sum) of all alleles in the population 89. Characteristics are inherited as genes on chromosomes89....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course BIOLOGY BIO 187 taught by Professor Capco during the Spring '11 term at ASU.

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