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BIO1130 Midterm Examination – November 13, 2010 STUDENT NUMBER:_______________________________ Don’t enter your name. Page 1 of 5 BIO 1130 An Introduction to Organismal Biology Midterm examination Worth either 15% or 20% of your final grade Total points for both parts of the exam is 80 pts Saturday, November 13, 2010 Part B: Written questions a) Place your name and student number in the space provided below. Be sure that your student number is on the top of each of the following pages – the exam will be separated. ONLY place your student number on the pages where indicated b) Answer all questions in the space provided on the exam. Do not transfer answers to the back of the page. c) You may use either pencil of ink for your answers. d) Answers as written paragraphs are preferred but point form is acceptable as long as the points are logically organized and not random statements or facts e) This is not an open book exam. f) There are five pages including this one in part B of the exam, be sure you have all five pages. g) Enter the multiple choice exam code in the space provided h) You do not need a calculator for this exam Name: __________________________________________ Student number: __________________________________ Multiple Choice Exam Code: _________________________ .
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BIO1130 Midterm Examination – November 13, 2010 STUDENT NUMBER:_______________________________ Don’t enter your name. Page 2 of 5 12 pts Part 1. Briefly explain what each of the following terms means or the biological contribution made by the person. Where possible include an example in your explanation from a group or an organism to which the term or name applies. Haplontic life cycle {Most of the life cycle is spent in the haploid state/mitotic divisions of the life cycle are in the haploid state}{gametes when they form are from diploid cells ie. The haploid
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