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Exam 1 answer (1) - BILD3, Fall 2010, Goodale p. 1 Name _...

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BILD3, Fall 2010, Goodale p. 1 Name _________________________ Section/TA______________________ Directions: There are 6 pages in this exam, not including this cover sheet. Please put your name and section on each page. Only exams written in ink will be accepted for regrades. The exam is closed book and closed notes and only non-graphing calculators may be used. There are 9 questions, but some questions have multiple parts. Read each question carefully. Think before you write and confine your answer to the space provided. You can use the bottom of this page for scratch, but nothing written on this page will be graded. We will collect exams promptly at 2:50 Page 2. Possible 15 pts Page 3. Possible 25 pts Page 4. Possible 25 pts. Page 5. Possible 10 pts Page 6. Possible 15 pts Page 7. Possible 10 pts Total: 100 pts. (Space below this line for scratch)
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BILD3, Fall 2010, Goodale p. 2 Name _________________________ Section/TA______________________ Exam 1. 1) List two common elements of artificial and natural selection. 10 pts (5 for each element) A trait has variation. A trait is heritable. Also acceptable: some traits lead to the organism having greater survival and reproduction. If you knew about the ideas, but didn’t answer the question, you got 5 pts. 2) Look at the tree below: 5 pts ( Multiple choice (fill in the blanks). Carl Linnaeus would interpret what happened at the black node above as a _______________, whereas Charles Darwin (after he had come up with his theory of natural selection) would interpret it as an _____________. A) division between two categories, example of natural selection. B) evolution of two groups, example of speciation. C) evolution of two groups, example of natural selection. D) division between two categories, example of speciation.
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BILD3, Fall 2010, Goodale p. 3 Name _________________________ Section/TA______________________ 3) (i) Multiple choice. A population of wombats inhabits an isolated island. One year some rat snakes are mistakenly released on the island, and immediately begin eating the unwary wombats. The snakes only eat medium sized wombats: very small and very large wombats are able to survive. Evolution has occurred. What kind of outcome of natural
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Exam 1 answer (1) - BILD3, Fall 2010, Goodale p. 1 Name _...

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