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Geology 143 Practice Exam - Geology 143 History of Life...

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Geology 143 - History of Life; Final Lecture Exam Fall 2004 Total Number of Questions = 45 ONLY ONE ANSWER PER QUESTION IS CORRECT - USE ONLY SOFT LEAD (#2) PENCILS MARK ANSWERS IN THE CORRESPONDING SPACE ON THE COMPUTER ANSWER SHEET FILL IN CIRCLES COMPLETELY - NO STRAY MARKS ERASE CHANGED ANSWERS COMPLETELY SHOW YOUR ID WHEN SUBMITTING ANSWER SHEET 1. The three periods of the Mesozoic era are ____. A. Priscoan, Archean, Proterozoic B. Hadean, Faustian, Gregorian C. Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous D. Eocene, Oliogocene, Pleistocene E. Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian 2. Dinosauria are divided into two main types: the bird-hipped ____ and the lixard-hipped ____. 3. Dinosaurs and crocodiles evolved directly from ______ . 4. Living ____ have a sprawling posture, while living ______ have an upright posture. 5. The study of Biocomplexity includes ____. A. bacteria B. plants and animals C. atmosphere and hydrosphere D. multiple spatial and temporal scales E. all of the above and others 6. "Life" is defined by ____.
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