Test File Questions
1. The basic structural and physiological unit of all living organisms is the
2. A cell
A) can be composed of many types of tissues.
B) is found only in pla
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Deals with classifying organism
A taxa (a taxonomic unit) should share a common ancestor
Revision of Taxonomy over the ages (Down is most recent revision):
How to Classify:
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Biology: Scientific study of the diversity of Life
Properties of Living organisms:
Response to environment
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Campbell Biology, First Canadian Edit
BIO152 Lecture 8
Oct. 2 2014
In this lecture we will discuss:
Finish reading Chapter 14,
focusing on the figures.
(Go over some slides from the previous lecture)
Laws of Probability
CQ#1: Which statement best describes
A. Survival of the fittest.
B. The strongest individuals get to reproduce.
C. The best adapted individuals survive and
D. Survival and
Final exam sample questions
1) A scientific theory is
a. An observation leading to a strong hypothesis.
b. A conjecture, idea or hypothesis of how something works or how it came to be.
c. An educated guess about something; it is the starting point to find
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December 2011 FINAL EXAMINATION
Evolution and Evolutionary Genetics
BIO152 Exam Jam
1. A heart cell contains a gene that
specifies eye colour.
2. Dominant traits are the most
common traits in a population.
3. All mutations are harmful.
1) For a couple of decades, biologists knew the nucleus contained DNA and proteins. The
prevailing opinion was that the genetic material was proteins, and not DNA. The reason for this
belief was that proteins are more complex than DNA. What was the basis
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1. (25 points). The admissions office at a local Canadian university was interested in their first-year
students command of the English language. To find out how well they could read and comprehend
1. Formation of four new nuclei, each with half the chromosomes present in the parental nucleus
2. Alignment of tetrads at the metaphase plate
3. Separation of sister chromatids
4. Separation of the homologs; no uncoupling of the centromere
5. Synapsis; c
Chapter 1: Studying Life
Study online at quizlet.com/_b3sdw
1. Most living organisms consist of one
or more _, have changed or
_ over time, and can regulate
their _ environment.
1. The basic structural and
The universal genetic code is now known to have exceptions. Evidence for this could be found if which of the
following is true?
A) If UGA, usually a stop codon, is found to code for an amino acid such as tryptophan (usually coded for
by UGG only).
B) If o
According to evolution, which of the following pieces of evidence most strongly support the
common origin of all life on Earth?
a. All organisms require energy
b. All organisms use essentially the same genetic code.
c. All organisms are capable of reprodu
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All life is tied to water
o 70-95% of cells is water
Waters behavior depends on its structure
o Polar molecule
o Hydrogen bonds
Cohesion between molecules and adhesion to the trunk due to
these bonds help hold together