Lecture 4 - 2008

Lecture 4 2008 - OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE TEST 4 FALL 2008 1 Dolphins pertain to the A.Sirenia B.Cetacea C.Carnivora D.Perissodactyla E.Chiroptera 2

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OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE TEST # 4 - FALL, 2008 1. Dolphins pertain to the A.Sirenia B.Cetacea C.Carnivora D.Perissodactyla E.Chiroptera 2. Eelgrass is ? grass. A.marsh B.sea 3. Dinoflagellates are A.marine planktonic B.marine benthonic C.marine symbionts or parasites D.freshwater E.it depends upon the type of dinoflagellate 4. The first species to "pioneer" during ecological succession are A.r-strategists B.K-strategists C.both r- and K-strategists "pioneer" very quickly 5. ? are "baleen whales". A.mysticetes B.odobenids C.odontocetes D.otariids E.phocids 6. Oxygen content in seawater is measured in parts per A.thousand B.million C.billion 7. The most abundant zooplankton in the World's oceans are A.dinoflagellates B.diatoms C.coccoliths D.copepods E.urochordates 8. The presence of dermal denticles, and teeth that are continually replaced in a conveyer belt-like fashion, is diagnostic of A.actinopterygian osteichthyans B.sarcopterygian osteichthyans C.chondrichthyans D.agnathans E.placoderms 9. ? are red algae. A.Phaeophyta B.Rhodophyta C.Cyanobacteria D.Chlorophyta E.Tracheophyta 10. The plants of an ecosystem are termed the A.fauna B.flora C.plants include both flora and fauna 11. The ? includes the diatoms. A.Haptophyta B.Silicoflagellata C.Pyrrhophyta D.Sarcodina E.Bacillariophyta 12. Manatees and dugongs are A.herbivores B.carnivores C.omnivores 13. An organisms that is 100 microns in diameter would be classified as A.ultraplankton B.nannoplankton C.microplankton D.these terms have nothing to do with organism size 14. Sargassum belongs to the A.Phaeophyta B.Rhodophyta C.Chlorophyta D.Chrysophyta E.Cyanobacteria 15. Temperate biomes typically have ? species diversity than tropical biomes. A.less B.more C.there is no difference in species diversity between temperate and tropical biomes 16. Monerans are A.prokaryotes B.eukaryotes C.it depends upon the type of moneran 17. Lampreys are A.herbivores B.parasites C.filter-feeders D.omnivores E.carnivores
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18. The upper part of a fish body is often ? than the lower part. A.lighter-colored B.darker-colored 19. Some members of the ? are attached to the substrate by root-like holdfasts, with large leaflike "fronds" or "blades" which are buoyed by gas-filled pneumatocysts. A.Phaeophyta B.Rhodophyta C.Cyanobacteria D.Chlorophyta E.Tracheophyta 20. Autotrophs are ? than heterotrophs. A.rarer B.more common C.there are about as many autotrophs as heterotrophs 21. ? are blue-green algae. A.Phaeophyta B.Rhodophyta C.Chlorophyta D.Chrysophyta E.Cyanobacteria 22. The ? are bivalved crustaceans with a hinged articulation; they include freshwater and marine species. A.Copepoda
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Lecture 4 2008 - OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE TEST 4 FALL 2008 1 Dolphins pertain to the A.Sirenia B.Cetacea C.Carnivora D.Perissodactyla E.Chiroptera 2

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