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larger
than
a
family.
 e.
taxonomic
unit
smaller
than
a
species.
 
 31.
Which
of
the
following
is
not
a
way
in
which
phylogenies
are
used?
 a.
To
establish
evolutionary
relationships.
 b.
To
determine
how
rapidly
traits
evolve.
 c.
To
determine
historical
patterns
of
movement
of
organisms.
 d.
To
provide
relatively
stable
names
for
organisms.
 e.
To
infer
evolutionary
trends.
 
 
 Exam1
Figure1
 
 
 32.
(refer
the
Exam1
Figure1)
The
organism
labeled
B
in
the
figure
is
a
common
 ancestor
to:
 a.
organism
2.
 b.
organism
3.
 c.
organism
5.
 d.
organism
6.
 e.
All
of
the
above.
 
 33.
(refer
the
Exam1
Figure1)
 a.
organism
2,
3,
B,
5,
and
6
from
a
clade.
 b.
organism
2,
3,
C,
5,
6,
and
E
form
a
clade.
 c.
organism
4,
5,
6,
E,
D,
and
B
form
a
clade.
 d.
organism
2,
3,
C,
B,
D,
4,
5,
6,
from
a
clade.
 e.
organism
4,
5,
D,
E,
and
6
from
a
clade.
 
 (2.5pts)
What
are
the
five
conditions
that
must
be
met
for
a
population
to
be
in
 Hardy‐Weinberg
equilibrium.
 1.
No
mutation
 2.
Large
population
(no
genetic
drift)
 3.
Isolated
from
other
populations
(no
gene
flow)
 4.
Random
mating
 5.
no
selection
 
 Define:
Phylogeny
 The
evolutionary
history
of
a
species
or
group
of
related
species.
 
 1. The
correct
sequence,
from
the
most
to
the
least
comprehensive,
of
the
 taxonomic
levels
listed
here
is

 a. Family,
phylum,
class,
kingdom,
order,
species,
and
genus.
 b. Kingdom,
phylum,
class,
order,
family,
genus,
and
species.
 c. Kingdom,
phylum,
order,
class,
family,
genus,
...
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