Bio 201 S11 final prac set corrected

Bio 201 S11 final prac set corrected - Bio 201 Spring 2011...

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Bio 201 Spring 2011 Practice question set for final exam Page 1 of 6 Answers are at the end. Note: these questions are all from the last 8 lectures. The final exam is cumulative (see announcement in lecture powerpoints) 1. What compound do reptiles and birds use to concentrate the nitrogen in their urine? (a) phospholipids (b) urea (c) uric acid (d) ribose (e) ammonia 2. Which of the following are metazoans? (a) sponges (b) Ctenophores (c) Arrow worms (d) Echinoderms (e) all of the above 3. A blind gut (a) is also a one-way gut (b) means that a single opening acts as mouth and anus (c) is found in all cnidarians (d) is a common trait in bilaterians (e) all of the above are true 4. Which of the following is a fundamental difference between the circulatory system of insects and the circulatory system of humans? (a) insects do not have blood whereas humans do (b) insects have an open circulatory system whereas humans have a closed circulatory system (c) insects are not adapted to a fully terrestrial lifestyle where as humans are (d) terrestrial insects use gills whereas humans use lungs (e) insects do not have heart organs whereas humans do 5. In deuterostomes the blastopore becomes (a) a gill (b) the mouth (c) the coelom (d) the neural crest (e) the anus
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Bio 201 Spring 2011 Practice question set for final exam Page 2 of 6 6. Which of the following animal types (in terms of body form and ecology) does not have a clear representative in both placental and marsupial mammals? (a) dog (b) cat (c) elephant (d) woodchuck (e) anteater 7. All of the following are characteristics of all chordates except (a) notochord (b) dorsal, hollow nerve chord (c) pharyngeal slits (d) postanal tail (e) vertebrae 8. A clam is a (a) arthropod (b) lophotrochozoan (c) deuterostome
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor True during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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