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BIO 101 fall11 exam F

BIO 101 fall11 exam F - BIO 101 HUMAN BIOLOGY FINAL EXAM...

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BIO 101 – HUMAN BIOLOGY FINAL EXAM – FALL 2011 Please fill in your name and SOLAR ID number on your answer sheet before starting. Do not write anything under the column marked birthdate!!!!! Keep the opscan sheet that came with your test and do not use ANY other opscan form or you risk a misgrading. Answers to the multiple choice questions must be filled in on the answer sheet with a #2 pencil. There are 60 multiple choice questions. Answer sheets will be collected when time is called at 7:45 pm. If you finish before that time you may hand in your answer sheet and leave (everyone must stay until 5:45 pm!). Please keep your copy of the exam questions. Answers and grades will be posted ASAP on BLACKBOARD. SELECT THE BEST ANSWER!! GOOD LUCK! You all have made the semester a pleasure! Enjoy the break!
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Answer the following 2 questions using the karyotypes shown here: A) B) C) D) 1. Which karyotype(s) shows a “normal” female individual (i.e., a female individual with no trisomies or monosomies)? 2. Which karyotype(s) shows an individual with Turner’s syndrome?
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3. Immediately after fertilization, the zygote begins to A. expand as it fills with water B. disintegrate C. travel through the oviduct back towards the ovary D. divide by cleavage @ E. become a polar body 4. Fetal development begins with the 5. From which germ layer does the nervous system develop? A. mesoderm B. ectoderm @ C. endoderm 6. The organ that receives the penis during sexual intercourse is the
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