Lecture 3 2005

Lecture 3 2005 - NAME...

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Unformatted text preview: NAME _____________________________________________ PALEONTOLOGY FINAL LECTURE TEST MATCHING: ___ 1. Compositae A.survive dry season in a semi-inanimate state ___ 2. Labyrinthodont B.ripened ovule ___ 3. Sacral Rib C.skull bones supporting jaw ___ 4. Xenarthra D.running ___ 5. Zygodactylous E.found in dinosaur bones ___ 6. Stomata F.feed on nonliving organic matter ___ 7. Diastema G.low, rounded cusps ___ 8. Tarsus H.vertebrae with anterior concavity ___ 9. Altricial I.weeds ___ 10. Cursorial J.extra vertebral articulations ___ 11. Megaphylls K.dentition type ___ 12. Streptostyly L.ventral portion of shell ___ 13. Cladodont M.yoke-toed ___ 14. Notochord N.elongate bones on posteroventral part of skull ___ 15. Haversian canals O.immature developmental state ___ 16. Procoelous P.ankle ___ 17. Saprophytes Q.rod-shaped anti-telescoping structure ___ 18. Mesaxonic R.with loose connection of posterior skull bones ___ 19. Seed S.with leaf gaps ___ 20. Bunodont T.connects pelvic girdle to vertebral column ___ 21. Brachydont U.openings in leaves ___ 22. Paedomorphosis V.adults retain juvenile characteristics ___ 23. SuspensoriumW.gap in the toothrow ___ 24. Aestivation X.axis of weight-bearing passes through the middle or third digit ___ 25. Branchiostegal rays Y.with infolded plicidentine ___ 26. Plastron Z.low-crowned teeth MULTIPLE CHOICE: ___ 27. Hedgehogs, shrews and moles are A.chiropterans B.strepsirhines C.liptotyphlans D.lagomorphs E.creodonts ___ 28. Masseter attachment patterns and morphology of the lower jaw are important in classification of A.chiropterans B.lagomorphs C.rodents D.perissodactyls E.carnivores ___ 29. ? had an Australopithecus - like face and palate; brain size was approximately 750 milliliters. A. Homo rudolfensis B. Homo erectus C. Homo ergaster D. Australopithecus E. Paranthropus ___ 30. The gomphotheres and deinotheroids were A.elephants B.rhinos C.horses D.deer E.carnivores ___ 31. Entelodonts were pig-like A.artiodactyls B.perissodactyls C.litopterns D.notoungulates E.diprotodonts ___ 32. The ramamorphs, pongids and hylobatids are A.plesiadapiforms B.strepsirhines C.haplorhines D.hominoids E.platyrrhines ___ 33. The ? includes the sealions and fur seals. A.phocids B.ursids C.odobenids D.canids E.otariids ___ 34. The Edentata is A.monophyletic B.polyphyletic ___ 35. The baleen whales are A.mesonychids B.archeocetes C.sirenians D.mysticetes E.odontocetes ___ 36. The Mousterian Tradition is typically attributed to A. Homo rudolfensis B. Homo erectus C. Homo ergaster D. Homo neanderthalensis E. Homo sapiens ___ 37. Punch-struck blade industries are characteristic of the ? Paleolithic. A.Lower B.Middle C.Upper ___ 38. The ? were sharks that had wierd dorsal fins shaped like brushes; they are the best known Paleozoic sharks. A.iniopterygians B.eugeneodonts C.xenacanths D.hybodonts E.symmoriids ___ 39. Most primates ? a hypocone. A.have B.do not have ___ 40. The carnassials of ? usually involved M 1+2 /M 2+3 . A.chiropterans B.lagomorphs C.creodonts D.perissodactyls E.carnivores ___ 41. The litopterns and notoungulates were most common in ___ 41....
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