Lecture 4 Fall 2007

Lecture 4 Fall 2007 - NAME HISTORICAL GEOLOGY TEST 4 1...

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NAME ___________________________________________________ HISTORICAL GEOLOGY TEST # 4 ___ 1. Teleosts are A.acanthodians B.placoderms C.actinopterygian fish D.sarcopterygian fish E.agnathans ___ 2. The ? have "double fertilization". A.cycads B.sphenopsids C.filicopsids D.angiosperms E.conifers ___ 3. The oldest marsupials and placentals are from the A.Permian B.Jurassic C.Cretaceous D.Triassic E.Pennsylvanian ___ 4. The ? were Upper Devonian to Upper Triassic, primarily freshwater, sharks; they had a diphycercal tail and the teeth had two or three pointed cusps. A.symmoriids B.actinopterytians C.sarcopterygians D.xenacanths E.eugeneodonts ___ 5. The ? Fauna is from the Middle Cambrian of British Columbia, Canada. A.Chengjiang B.Burgess Shale C.Tommotian D.Gilboa E.Deccan ___ 6. Lizards and snakes are A.anurans B.archosauromorphs C.lepidosauromorphs D.temnospondyls E.lepospondyls ___ 7. Haversian canal systems pertain to structures A.in Cretaceous fluvial systems B.in Triassic fluvial systems C.in bones D.in teeth E.in dinosaur brains ___ 8. The ? were wierd Triassic, aquatic mollusc-eaters with "pavement teeth". A.ichthyosaurs B.nothosaurs C.plesiosaurs D.placodonts E.mosasaurs ___ 9. The platypus and echidnas are A.therapsids B.lepidosauromorphs C.monotremes D.marsupials E.placentals ___ 10. Coral-Strome Reefs are most characteristic of the A.Cambrian and Ordovician B.Mississippian and Pennsylvanian C.Triassic and Jurassic D.Cretaceous E.Silurian and Devonian ___ 11. Ceratosaurs, carnosaurs , coelurosaurs and deinonychosaurs were A.theropods B.sauropodomorphs C.ornithopods D.pachycephalosaurs E.ceratopsians ___ 12. ? are sauropterygian reptiles; their nostils migrated far back on skull, the ventral ribs formed a basket- like structure, and the ventral portion of the limb girdles were expanded into plate-like structures. A.ichthyosaurs B.nothosaurs C.plesiosaurs D.placodonts E.mosasaurs ___ 13. The eryopoids, trimerorhacids, dissorophids and metoposaurs were A.temnospondyls B.lepospondyls C.seymouriamorphs D.diadectomorphs E.ichthyostegids ___ 14. The ? probably gave rise to amphibians. A.symmoriids B.dipnoans C.coelacanths D.xenacanths E.osteolepiforms
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___ 15. ? is not capable of "expansional growth". A.bone B.cartilage C.both bone and cartilage have "expansional growth" D.neither bone or cartilage have "expansional growth" ___ 16. Hypsilophodontids, iguanodontids and hadrosaurids were A.theropods B.sauropodomorphs C.ornithopods D.pachycephalosaurs E.ceratopsians ___ 17. During the ?, there were abundant flying insects, and the first evidence of insects that ate living vascular plants. A.Ordovician B.Triassic C.Devonian D.Pennsylvanian E.Jurassic ___ 18. Tracheophytes are types of A.fish B.amphibians C.reptiles D.mammals E.plants ___ 19. The immature fronds unroll in most members of the ?; the leaves are typically pinnately-compound, and spore cases are on the leaf undersides. A.rhyniophytes B.lycophytes C.sphenophytes D.filicinophytes E.pteridosperms
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