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Bis2C+lect+10A+Rizzo+viruses - Lecture 9:Prokaryote...

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Lecture 9:Prokaryote diversity Lecture 10: Quiz 2 and viruses Lecture 11: Human- associated microbes
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Eukaryotes
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QUIZ
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Who will win the Super Bowl? A. New York B. New England C. Don’t care D. I have no interest in football Practice Question
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Common ancestor of all Eukaryotes Question 1 (30 sec) Based on this tree, you can determine that: A. Eukaryotes form a paraphyletic group. B. Evolutionary relationships among eukaryote lineages are not well understood. C. Evolutionary relationships among eukaryote lineages are well understood. D. Eukaryotes form a polyphyletic group.
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Question 2 (30 sec) This figure represents: A. a primary endosymbiosis leading to the origin of chloroplasts B. a primary endosymbiosis leading to the origin of mitochondria C. a secondary endosymbiosis involving chloroplasts D. a secondary endosymbiosis involving mitochondria
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Question 3 (30 sec) This figure represents: A. a primary endosymbiosis involving chloroplasts B. a primary endosymbiosis involving mitochondria C. a secondary endosymbiosis D. a type of asexual reproduction Nucleus
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Question 4 (30 sec) Which process listed below is NOT associated with asexual reproduction: A. Budding B. Multiple Fission C. Binary Fission D. Fertilization E. Sporulation
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This figure represents: A. The basic eukaryotic life-cycle. B. An alternation of generations type of life cycle. C. A haplontic life cycle D. A diplontic life cycle. Question 5 (30 sec)
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Fertilization Meiosis Question 6 (45 sec) This figure represents a HAPLONTIC life cycle. Which statement is true: A. The diploid stage is restricted to a single cell (zygote). B. The haploid stage is restricted to a single cell (zygote). C. The diploid stage is the dominant multicellular part of the life cycle. D. This is strictly an asexual life cycle.
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A. The most recent common ancestor of Bacteria and Archaea is also the most recent common ancestor of Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya. B. Bacteria and Archaea are sister taxa. C. Archaea and Eukarya together form a clade. D.
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