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2 Evolution, Variation and Mutations Leaving Certificate Biology

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5 Genetic code For €100: What term is given to the genetic makeup of an individual or the genes that they inherit? A B C D Genotype PhenotypeGene pool 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

6 A: Genotype You have won €100 Next Question

7 For €100: What term is given to the genetic makeup of an individual or the genes that they inherit? A B C D Genotype Phenotype Ask the audiencePhone a friend

8 Ask the audience Back to question

9 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €100. It’s definitely A Chris Back to question

10 For €200: A spontaneous change in the sequence of nitrogenous bases in a gene or a chromosome is called … A B C D Genotype Phenotype Test crossMutation 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

11 D: Mutation You have won €200 Next Question

12 For €200: A spontaneous change in the sequence of nitrogenous bases in a gene or a chromosome is called … A B C D Test crossMutation Ask the audiencePhone a friend

13 Ask the audience Back to question

14 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €200. It has to be D Chris Back to question

15 For €300: A feature that an organism or species possesses, develops or evolves that suits/adjusts the organism to its environment to increase its chances of survival and reduce competition is … A B C D Evolution An adaptation Natural selectionA vestigial form 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

16 B: An adaptation You have won €300 Next Question

17 For €300: A feature that an organism or species possesses, develops or evolves that suits/adjusts the organism to its environment to increase its chances of survival and reduce competition is … A B C D An adaptation Natural selection Ask the audiencePhone a friend

18 Ask the audience Back to question

19 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €300. That’s definitely B Back to question

20 For €500: How modern plants and animals have gradually developed from pre-existing forms over long periods of time is also known as … A B C D Natural selection Evolution AdaptationMutations 50:5050:50 Ask the audiencePhone a friendAsk the audiencePhone a friend

21 B: Evolution You have won €500 Next Question

22 For €500: How modern plants and animals have gradually developed from pre-existing forms over long periods of time is also known as … A B C D Natural selection Evolution Ask the audiencePhone a friendAsk the audiencePhone a friend

23 Ask the audience Back to question

24 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €500. I’m 80% certain that it's … B Back to question

25 For €1,000: The ability to cycle a bicycle is an example of … A B C D A spontaneous generation A gene expression An inherited variation An acquired variation 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

26 Congratulations D: An acquired variation Congratulations 30-Apr-15 The Contestant € 1, One thousand euro only Next Question

27 For €1,000: The ability to cycle a bicycle is an example of … A B C D An inherited variation An acquired variation Ask the audiencePhone a friend

28 Ask the audience Back to question

29 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €1,000. I really don’t know this one, just let me think... Back to question

30 For €2,000: Which of the following describes characters of organisms that have seemingly lost most or all of their function in a species through evolution? A B C D Pentadactyl Vestigiality HomologousAdaptive radiation 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

31 B: Vestigiality You have won €2,000 Next Question

32 For €2,000: Which of the following describes characters of organisms that have seemingly lost most or all of their function in a species through evolution? A B C D Vestigiality Homologous Ask the audiencePhone a friend

33 Ask the audience Back to question

34 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €2,000. It is definitely A... Wait a minute it may be C Back to question

35 For €4,000: The term used to describe the same structure found on different organisms, originating from a common ancestor, but with different functions is … A B C D Vestigial structure Adaptive radiation Homologous structure Pentadactyl limb 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

36 C: Homologous structure You have won €4,000 Next Question

37 For €4,000: The term used to describe the same structure found on different organisms, originating from a common ancestor, but with different functions is … A B C D Adaptive radiation Homologous structure Ask the audiencePhone a friend

38 Ask the audience Back to question

39 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €4,000. I know this one, it's … B, I think Back to question

40 For €8,000: The way nature selects organisms with advantageous genes which allow them to adapt to the environment, and pass them on to successive generations is known as … A B C D Adaptation Natural selection EvolutionMutations 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

41 B: Natural selection You have won €8,000 Next Question

42 For €8,000: The way nature selects organisms with advantageous genes which allow them to adapt to the environment, and pass them on to successive generations is known as … A B C D Natural selection Evolution Ask the audiencePhone a friend

43 Ask the audience Back to question

44 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €8,000. I am not sure, I’d chance B Back to question

45 For €16,000: What term is given to the five-fingered appendage found in nearly all terrestrial vertebrates? A B C D Pentadactyl limb Forelimb HindlimbNone of these 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

46 A: Pentadactyl limb You have won €16,000 Next Question

47 For €16,000: What term is given to the five-fingered appendage found in nearly all terrestrial vertebrates? A B C D Pentadactyl limb Forelimb Ask the audiencePhone a friend

48 Ask the audience Back to question

49 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €16,000. I am not sure, I would guess A Back to question

50 For €32,000: Which of the following is not an inheritable blood disorder? A B C D Diabetes mellitus Haemophilia Cystic fibrosis Sickle cell anaemia 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

51 C: Cystic fibrosis You have won €32, Apr-15 The Contestant € 32, Thirty two thousand euro only Next Question

52 For €32,000: Which of the following is not an inheritable blood disorder? A B C D Diabetes mellitus Cystic fibrosis Ask the audiencePhone a friend

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54 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €32,000. I believe it is … A Back to question

55 For €64,000: Which of the following is a result of natural selection? A B C D Inherited variations Speciation Spontaneous mutations Over-breeding 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

56 B: Speciation You have won €64,000 Next Question

57 For €64,000: Which of the following is a result of natural selection? A B C D Inherited variations Speciation Ask the audiencePhone a friend

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59 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €64,000. I know this? Is it B? Back to question

60 For €125,000: Which of the following is not an area of study in support of evolution? A B C D Palaeontology Comparative anatomy EmbryologyTaxonomy 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

61 D: Taxonomy You have won €125,000 Next Question

62 For €125,000: Which of the following is not an area of study in support of evolution? A B C D EmbryologyTaxonomy Ask the audiencePhone a friend

63 Ask the audience Back to question

64 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €125,000. I think it is C or D. I’m nor sure which. Take a chance on D. Back to question

65 For €250,000: In addition to Darwin, another scientist associated with theories of evolution is … A B C D Mendel Wallace JennerBenedict 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

66 B: Wallace You have won €250,000 Next Question

67 For €250,000: In addition to Darwin, another scientist associated with theories of evolution is … A B C D Mendel Wallace Ask the audiencePhone a friend

68 Ask the audience Back to question

69 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €250,000. It’s either A or B, I’m 100% certain of that. Back to question

70 For €500,000: Homologous chromosomes which are similar in both the sexes are referred to as … A B C D Sex chromosomes Homozygous AutosomesHeterozygous 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

71 C: Autosomes You have won €500,000 Next Question

72 For €500,000: Homologous chromosomes which are similar in both the sexes are referred to as … A B C D Sex chromosomes Autosomes Ask the audiencePhone a friend

73 Ask the audience Back to question

74 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €500,000. I know it. Oh! Chance C or D Back to question

75 For €1,000,000: Which of the following is not an example of a vestigial organ or structure? A B C D Penguin’s wing Muscle of the human ear Human appendix Coccyx of the human skeleton 50:50Ask the audiencePhone a friend

76 Congratulations You are a Millionaire! 30-Apr-15 The Contestant € 1,000, One million euro only

77 For €1,000,000: Which of the following is not an example of a vestigial organ or structure? A B C D Penguin’s wing Muscle of the human ear Ask the audiencePhone a friend

78 Ask the audience Back to question

79 Phone a friend Hello, it's Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for €1,000,000. I do not have a clue I’m afraid Back to question

80 WRONG ANSWER Hard Luck You leave with nothing Try Again

81 WRONG ANSWER Hard Luck You leave with a cheque for €1, Try Again 30-Apr-15 The Contestant € 1, One thousand euro only

82 WRONG ANSWER Hard Luck You leave with a cheque for €32, Try Again 30-Apr-15 The Contestant € 32, Thirty two thousand euro only


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