example of co-evolution
example of co-evolution
we can view evolution in 2 re
What is the reason in which w
who coined the term ecology,
He co-discovered evolution, h
for life in land for plants?
the 3 derived features of seed plants are?
Which of the 3 derived features of plants are male gametophyte and female g
Chapter 29- Plant Diversity 1
which are the closest relatives to plants?
The 3 shared traits between charophytes (green algae) and plants are:
4 shared derived features of plants:
2 Lineages of Prokaryotes
which of the 2 lineages are closely related to eukaryotes, which are close to us?
what are 4 morphological features of the prokaryote?
T or F; water loss in a prokaryote cell which inhibit
the term "protists" is a convenient way to refer to_, that are no plants, fungi, animals
unlike the cells of prokaryotes, eukaryote cells have a _, _, _, _
which structure enables eukaryotes to have asymetric "irregular forms", as well as to change shape
In Gause's study of ciliated protists, he concluded that.
We can use this niche concept to restate the principle of competitive exclusion:
The change in genetic composition of a population from generation to generation, or descent with modification.</li>
The study of how organisms interact with their enviorment and other organism.
1. The striking ways in which organis
how old is the earth?
how long ago did the earliest life began?
how old were the oldest rocks?
Are the earliest fossils prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
the earliest prokaryotes were_ and used sulfur for energy, and anaerobic.
d) Individuals whose characteristics are best suited to the environment generally leave more offspring than those whose c
e) Only a fraction of an individual's offspring may survive.
life by cau
1. natural selection
2. genetic drift
3 main mechanisms that can CAUSE ALLELE FREQUENCY CHANGE:
only _ consistently improves the match between organisms and their environment (adaption)
what is genetic variation?
3. gene flow
In the BSC, what are species designated by? What is the problem with this?
Morphological Species Concept
What's an example of MACROevolution change?
biological processes influence three things?
1. population density
organisms of the same SPECIES. and interbreed. mating with members of the population.
- the # of individuals per unit area or volume
what does de
Which of the following statements correctly describes the facts about introns and exons?
In 1958, Francis Crick proposed that genes and their corresponding polypeptides are colinear. Which of the following statements concern
Test Bank for
Chapter 18: Gene Mutations and DNA Repair
The type of mutation that reverses the effects of a frameshift mutation without changing the frameshift and occurs with the same gene as the
frameshift is called a(n)
BIOLOGY 172: Biology II
Eukaryote Diversity Activity: Part 2 [INDIVIDUAL]
This week is the second and final part of the Eukaryote Diversity lab and you will turn in just a single writeup next Wednesday (March 13th). In clas
BIOLOGY 171: Biology I
COMPLETE THIS QUIZ BY YOURSELF, PRINT IT, AND TURN IT IN AT THE BEGINNING OF
DISCUSSION WED, SEPT. 28 (Note: The printer wasnt working/was out of ink/had a paper
jam is not a valid excuse for turning in
Acacias and Thorn ants
Question 1) Explain the basic biology of this mutualistic symbiosis. Your explanation should include
the two species that are involved in this symbiosis, as well as how each of these symbiotic partners is
thought to benefit from the
Final Study Guide
The final will be split roughly in halves between new material and a
cumulative final, and there will be both multiple choice and long answer
questions associated with each. It will be about one and a half
Which one of the following pairings between the subdiscipline of genetics and the phenomenon is incorrect?
Gene regulationMolecular genetics
Allelic frequency alterationPopulation genetics
Bacterial mutants that require supplemental nutrients in their growth media are called
Which of the following statements about nutritional requirement and growth of bacteria is NOT true?
What is the role of the SRY gene in humans?
What is the expected outcome for a human embryo with the XXXY chromosome constitution?
Many snakes and birds
Many turtles and alligators
1. Why was the pea plant an ideal plant for Mendel to use?
Generation time that is several years
Simple traits that are easy to identify
Low numbers of offspring produced
Expensive and time-consuming to grow
All of the above
Two parents are phenotypically normal, but one of their four biological children has a typical autosomal recessive trait. The other three children are phenotypically
normal. It is very likely that
Which of the following
1. Linked genes always exhibit
one parent who is homozygous recessive for one gene pair and a second parent who is homozygous recessive for a second gene pair.
one parent who is hom
Test Bank for
Chapter 17: Control of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes
Which of the following statements about regulation of the eukaryotic gene expression is INCORRECT?
The presence of a nuclear membrane separating
Which of the following statement about regulation of gene expression is correct?
An inducible gene is transcribed when a specific substance is absent.
A gene is any DNA sequence that is transcribed into an mRNA molecule only.
All genes a
Most common shapes of prokaryotes
the cell wall of pro cells
bacterial cell walls
archaeal cells walls
In euks that have cell walls