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2. Do these results vary between the populations founded by beakers #1, #2 and #3? Why or why not?
It got swapped with the assumption.3. What observations can you make about the genetic variation between the parent and founding populations?
4. Suppose you have a population of 300 butterflies. If the population experiences a net growth of 12% in thefollowing year, how many butterflies do you have?
Diversity1. Can Archaea live in water that is above the boiling point? (Points : 1)
Question 2.2. What is the common name for cyanobacteria? (Points : 1)
Question 3.3. Are bacteria found in the ice of Antarctica? (Points : 1)
Question 4.4. Bacteria are very important in the ecosystem cycling of what element? (Points : 1)
Question 5.5. What diseases are caused by spirochetes? (Points : 1)
Question 6.6. What is the main characteristic of the Foraminifera? (Points : 1)
Question 7.7. Are most of the Ciliata free-living or parasitic? (Points : 1)
Question 8.8. You would find 90% of the Dinoflagellates in the ____. (Points : 1)
Question 9.9. Which of the following has bioluminescence: (Points : 1)
DinoflagellatesQuestion 10.10. What is the name of the type of fungus that inhabits the roots of most plants and provides nutritionalbenefits to the plants? (Points : 1)
Question 11.11. A fungus is made up of filaments called what? (Points : 1)
Question 12.12. Fungi have cell walls made of what? (Points : 1)
Question 13.13. What is a lichen? be specific (Points : 1)
Question 14.14. What is the common name for members of the Sphenophyta (found commonly in wetter Iowaroadside ditches)? (Points : 1)
Question 15.15. What were the members of the Sphenophyta doing 300 million years ago? (Points : 1)
Question 16.16. What are the 2 main groups of seed plants? (Points : 1)
Question 17.17. What is a cycad? (Points : 1)
Question 18.18. What are the 2 main groups of flowering plants, based on differences in their cotyledons, and give anexample of each? (Points : 1)
Question 19.19. The fossil record on the origin and early history of angiosperms (Anthophyta) is veryOld ___.

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