BIO 1112 - Exam 1 (Chapter 14-16)

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    The picture below is from your textbook. Identify the structure below.
    The picture below is from your textbook. Identify the structure below.
  • 2
    Beta-lactam antibiotics work by:
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    Which of the following people are at the lowest risk of acquiring MRSA?
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    If we take the most fit bacterium from one environment-- one in which the antibiotic amoxicillin is abundant, for example-- and place it in an environment in which a different antibiotic is abundant, will it retain its high degree of fitness?
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    The evolution of antibiotic resistance is an example of
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    In humans, very-large-birth-weight babies and very tiny babies do not survive as well as midrange babies.
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    Birds that have either very big beaks, or very small beaks do best. Middle sized beaks are bad.
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    Among bull moose, bigger, stronger males always get to mate more frequently
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    If the cell wall of Staphylococcus aureus fails to form properly, water will
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    Binary fission is a form of
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    Which bacterial phenotype would have the highest fitness if it was culture in an environment containing lots of antibiotics?
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    An organism's fitness depends on its:
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    All of the following are true of natural selection EXCEPT
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    All of the following can decrease the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains EXCEPT
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    Manatees and dugongs generally inhabit an area
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    Founder effect describes a
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    Allele frequencies of a population can change by
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    This mechanism is NOT responsible for random changes in allele frequency in the gene pool of a population
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    A population of manatees has 12 different alleles, A through L, of a particular gene. A drunk motorboat driver recklessly tears through the water where the manatees live, killing 90% of them. The surviving manatees are all homozygous for allele B. What type of event is this?
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    A starting population of bacteria has two alleles of the TUB gene: T and t. The frequency of T is 0.8 and the frequency of t is 0.2. The local environment undergoes an elevated temperature for many generations of bacterial reproduction. After 50 generations of reproduction at the elevated temperature, the frequency of T is 0.4 and the frequency of t is 0.6. Has evolution occurred?
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    All of the following are typical for population that is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, EXCEPT:
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    Which population would you expect to have the most genetic diversity?
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    The biological species concept defines a species
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    Frog species mate at different times of the year.
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    Mating rituals such as bird songs and dances.
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    Incompatibility of mating organs
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    Differing environments
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    Viable hybrid offspring cannot reproduce
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    Which of the following is most likely to leave a fossil?
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    Which of the following features of Tiktaalik is not shared with other bony fishes?
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    Why is Tiktaalik considered a transitional fossil?
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    What prevents fossilization of a dead organism?
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    Hardened tree sap that often contains fossilized organisms is called
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    Fossils found in sedimentary socks
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    All the following statements about fossil dating are true EXCEPT
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    The four-toes ancestor of the modern horse would have been well suited to life in the
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    Which statement about Tiktaalik is FALSE?
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    Which of the following statements about homology is TRUE?
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    Some snakes have small remnants of legs that they now use for clasping during mating. These leg remnants are
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    Which organism would have the move similar DNA to humans?
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    The descent with modification phrase used by Darwin has become a well-documented scientific theory called
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    One of the features which distinguishes tetrapods from their ancestors would be:
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    Imagine a manatee population of 100 animals, that has both chocolate and peanut butter alleles. If chocolate alleles have a frequency of p = 0.80, and peanut butter has a frequency of q = 0.20, then how many heterozygous manatees might you expect to find?
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    The accumulation of harmful recessive phenotypes, which can threaten a species' long-term survival is called
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    What was the name of the ship that carried Darwin on his voyage?
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    Which species is more energetically economical during walking: a human or chimpanzee?
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    What form of quadrupedalism do chimps employ?
  • 48
    According to the author of this article, which is the most natural kind of diet for humans?
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    How does meat from free-ranging animals differ from the meat from domesticated feedlot animals?
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    According to what you learned from the article, what statement would best describe our choice of lifestyle today?
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    As used in the article Scientific America, the astragalus is:
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    The picture below is a Packicetus
    The picture below is a Packicetus
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    Being marine fossils, early whales would most likely be found in what kind of rock?
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    The "order of mammals that comprises whales, dolphins and porpoises..."
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    What African mammal are whales most closely related to?
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    The sea which was important to early whale evolution, that stretched from Spain to Indonesia, no longer exists. It's name is:

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