There will be questions from 6 phyla on exam 3. Each phylum will have 7-10 questions. The phylum arthropoda is huge, but I have only 10 questions from that massive phylum on exam 3. There will be 2 questions from the video, "Parasites Eating Us Alive
QUIZ #3 ANSWERS:
1.) Rumen cho metabolism for roughage diet:
(roughage = cellulose)
start with cellulose, end with VFA
2.) cho metabolism for swine consuming concentrate diet
(concentrate = starch)
start with starch, end with glucose
3.) look at notes (in
Quiz #1 and Answers
The simplest organization of matter that exhibits the properties of life is the
2. Animal Cells
Which of the following is found in animal cells, but not plant cells?
3. Cell Types
A cell with a membran
Chapter 10 Cont.
Phylum Platyhelminthes (flat worms)
o Bilateral symmetry (typically exert cephalization)
o Dorsoventrally flattened
o Triploblastic (3 germ layers)
o Acelomate (solid bodied animals)
o Get incomplete or absent
Populations and Gene Pools
Individuals do not evolve
Genetic changes are passed from one generation to another within populations
(populations evolve, not individuals)
Populations are groups of individuals of the same species the occu
Chapter 4 Cont.
o decent with modification (species change over time)
o A change in frequency of alleles in populations over time
Rosemary and Peter Grant
o British scientists worked at Princeton
Nuclear material that gives rise to chromosomes during mitosis. Complex of
DNA, histones, and nonhistone proteins.
Roadlike structure that appears in the nucleus of a cell during mitosis. Contains
the genes responsible
I. Inter phase
Occupies 90% of the total cell cycle (majority of the cell cycle)
o G1 growth
o S DNA replication
Replication ensures that each new cell will receive identical
genetic information to that present in the parent cel
11. Cells are the functional units of life
Perform basic processes
12. Homeostasis: a state of equilibrium in which the i
Study Guide Exam 1 BZ110 Fall 2011
Zoology: the study of animals
It is one of the broadest fields in all of science because of the immense variety of
animals and the complexity of the processes occurring within the animals
BZCC110 QUIZ 6
Student: _ 1. Unique characteristics of echinoderms include all of the following EXCEPT A. an endoskeleton of plates or ossicles. B. marine, freshwater, and terrestrial species. C. pedicellariae. D. dermal brachiae. E. a water vascular
Symbiosis: The living together of two different species in an intimate relationship Commensalistic: 1 partner benefits, the other not affected Mutualistic: both partner benefit Parasitic: one partner benefits at the expense of another (par
Tetrapods have a stronger backbone, have muscles to support the body in air, have muscle to elevate the head, have stronger shoulder and hip girdles, a more protective rib cage, modified ear structure to detect airborne sounds, foreshortening of skul
Comparative Politics: the study and comparison of domestic politics, pursuit of power, political
organization, and political behavior across countries.
Comparative Method: problem, question, method.
Inductive: starts with evidence.
Deductive: starts with