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Evolution Review Chapters 22, 23, 24, 25
REPRODUCTION CAN BE SEXUAL OR _____. 1.ASEXUAL 2.NEUTRAL 3.SYNTHETIC 4.NONE OF THE ABOVE
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION INCLUDES: 1.FISSION 2.FRAGMENTATION 3.REGENERATION 4.SPORULATION 5.ALL OF THE ABOVE
THE CREATION OF MORE LIVING INDIVIDUALS BY A CELL IS: 1.REGULATION 2.REPRODUCTION 3.TRANSPORTATION 4.SYNTHESIS
EVOLUTIONARY THEORIES ARE SUPPORTED BY EVIDENCE OF: 1.LIKE PROTEIN STRUCTURES 2.ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION 3.VESTIGIAL ORGANS 4.HOMOLOGOUS ORGANS 5.ALL OF THE ABOVE
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR EVOLUTIONARY THEORIES INCLUDE(S): 1.CONVERGENT EVOLUTION 2.DIVERGENT EVOLUTION 3.SPECIATION 4.ADAPTIVE RADIATION 5.ALL OF THE ABOVE
THE EVIDENCE OF ORGANISMS THAT LIVED LONG AGO IS CALLED: 1.MUTATIONS 2.REMAINS 3.FOSSILS 4.NONE OF THE ABOVE
THE LARGEST CLASSIFICATION CATEGORY IS: 1.PHYLUM 2.CLASS 3.ORDER 4.KINGDOM
THE SMALLEST CLASSIFICATION CATEGORY IS: 1.SPECIES 2.GENUS 3.FAMILY 4.NONE OF THE ABOVE
CLASSIFICATION KEYS USE ___ TO HELP IDENTIFY ORGANISMS: 1.OBSERVABLE QUALITIES 2.GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 3.SPECIAL FEATURES 4.ALL OF THE ABOVE 5.NONE OF THE ABOVE
THE MONERAN KINGDOM CONSISTS OF BACTERIA AND: 1.PHAGOCYTES 2.BLUE-GREEN BACTERIA 3.LEUKOCYTES 4.VIRUSES
MEMBERS OF THE KINGDOM ANIMALIA REPRODUCE BY: 1.BINARY FISSION 2.REGENERATION 3.SEXUAL & ASEXUAL MEANS 4.SPORULATION
THE STUDY OF ORGANISM DEVELOPMENT IS CALLED: 1.BLASTOLOGY 2.CYTOLOGY 3.ONCOLOGY 4.EMBRYOLOGY 5.HEMATOLOGY
WHEN ONE PART OF AN EMBRYO INFLUENCES THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANOTHER, IT IS CALLED EMBRYONIC: 1.DEDUCTION 2.REDUCTION 3.SUBDUCTION 4.REACTION 5.INDUCTION
MEIOSIS PRODUCES GAMETES WHICH ARE: 1.DIPLOID 2.MONOPLOID/HAPLOID 3.POLYPLOID 4.MEGAPLOID 5.TRIPLOID
A RESPONSE TO A STIMULUS THAT INVOLVES NO CONSCIOUS CONTROL IS CALLED A(N): 1.REFLEX 2.RESTING POTENTIAL 3.STIMULANT 4.ACTION POTENTIAL 5.TRANSMISSION
HUMANS BELONG TO THE GROUP OF MAMMALS CALLED: 1.UNGULATES 2.PRIMATES 3.CETACEANS 4.LAGOMORPHS 5.INSECTIVORES
WHICH BEST DESCRIBES SMALL, MONKEY-LIKE ANIMALS WITH LARGE, FORWARD-FACING EYES? 1.ARTHROPODS 2.MOLLUSKS 3.PROSIMIANS 4.BRYOPHYTES 5.ANNELIDS
ALL OF THE ANTHROPOIDS THAT BELONG TO THE HUMAN FAMILY ARE KNOWN AS: 1.HOMINY 2.HOMOLOGOUS 3.ANALOGOUS 4.HOMINIDS 5.HOMOZYGOUS
WHAT DOES THE TERM BIPEDALISM IMPLY ABOUT AN ORGANISM? 1.WALKS ON FOUR LEGS 2.WALKS ON TWO FEET 3.HAS TWO ARMS 4.CRAWLS ON ITS BELLY 5.HAS TWO EYES
GENETICS IS THE STUDY OF: 1.DNA 2.HEREDITY 3.NEITHER 1 OR 2 4.BOTH 1 AND 2
THE PURPOSE OF MITOSIS IS: 1.DESTROY PARENT CELL 2.THERE IS NO PURPOSE 3.MAINTAINING LIFE 4.CHANGING LOOKS
DNA (DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID) IS THE _____ BASIS OF LIFE. 1.CHEMICAL 2.ELECTRICAL 3.MECHANICAL 4.KINESTHETIC
DNA CONTAINS THE 'BLUEPRINTS' (INSTRUCTIONS) FOR MAKING: 1.SILICON 2.DOESN'T MAKE ANYTHING 3.PROTEINS 4.WATER
_____ WROTE "ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES" IN JEAN LAMARCK 2.BERTRAND RUSSELL 3.J.D. SALINGER 4.CHARLES DARWIN
DARWIN'S THEORY OF EVOLUTION WAS CALLED THE THEORY OF: 1.ACQUIRED TRAITS 2.GROWTH 3.NATURAL SELECTION 4.NONE OF THE ABOVE
DARWIN STATED THAT NO TWO ORGANISMS ARE: 1.FAINTLY SIMILAR 2.EXACTLY ALIKE 3.TOTALLY DIFFERENT 4.EVOLVED SIMILARLY
THE SPECIFIC LOCATION OF A GENE ON A CHROMOSOME IS A(N): 1.ROD 2.PORT 3.GENE WINDOW 4.ALLELE
THESE ARE ROD-SHAPED BODIES LOCATED IN THE NUCLEUS OF A CELL. 1.CHROMOSOMES 2.VACUOLES 3.CELL MEMBRANES 4.PROTEINS
MUTATED GENES GIVE INCORRECT DIRECTIONS FOR: 1.DIGESTION 2.RESPIRATION 3.SECRETION 4.PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
A CHANGE IN GENE FREQUENCY IN A SPECIES, DUE TO RANDOM EVENTS OR CHANCE, IS KNOWN AS: 1.NICHE 2.MUTATION 3.POLYPLOIDY 4.NONDISJUNCTION 5.GENETIC DRIFT
PLANTAE REPRODUCTIVE METHODS INCLUDE: 1.ASEXUAL MEANS 2.SEEDS & CONES 3.SEXUAL BY SPORES 4.FLOWERS 5.ALL OF THE ABOVE
SPECIES THAT NO LONGER EXIST HAVE BECOME: 1.EXTINCT 2.EXTERNAL 3.UNREAL 4.FORGOTTEN 5.NONE OF THE ABOVE
THE GENETIC MAKEUP OF AN INDIVIDUAL IS ITS: 1.LINOTYPE 2.GENOTYPE 3.TYPE 4.PHENOTYPE
THE APPEARANCE, OR WHAT WE SEE WHEN WE LOOK AT AN ORGANISM, IS THE: 1.GENOTYPE 2.ORGANISM TYPE 3.PHENOTYPE 4.LINOTYPE
PAIRS OF IDENTICAL ALLELES ON HOMOLOGOUS CHROMOSOMES PRODUCE A _____ TRAIT. 1.HETEROZYGOUS 2.HOMOZYGOUS 3.HOMOGENEOUS 4.HETEROGENEOUS
A MIXED PAIR OF ALLELES ON HOMOLOGOUS CHROMOSOMES PRODUCE A _____ TRAIT. 1.HOMOZYGOUS 2.HETEROZYGOUS 3.HOMEOTHERMIC 4.HOMONYM
IF AN ORGANISM CARRIES GENES THAT ARE NOT ALIKE FOR CERTAIN TRAITS, IT IS CALLED A: 1.MISTAKE 2.THOROUGHBRED 3.HYBRID 4.MUTANT
A VARIATION OR A BRAND NEW TRAIT THAT APPEARS AND CAN BE INHERITED IS CALLED A: 1.CATASTROPHE 2.CHANGED TRAIT 3.MISTAKE 4.MUTATION
A TRAIT THAT CAUSES THE DEATH OF THE ORGANISM IS SAID TO BE: 1.LETHAL 2.DESTRUCTIVE 3.DEADLY 4.NONE OF THE ABOVE
CHROMOSOMAL MUTATIONS THAT OCCUR IN REPRODUCTIVE CELLS CAN _____ OFFSPRING. 1.BE PASSED ON TO 2.BE HARMFUL TO 3.BE LETHAL TO 4.ALL OF THE ABOVE 5.NONE OF THE ABOVE
ORGANISMS THAT CHANGE TO ADAPT TO NEW CONDITIONS & BECOME A WHOLE NEW ORGANISM UNDERGO: 1.SPECIALIZATION 2.CAPITULATION 3.SPECIATION 4.RECOMPOSITION
WHO PROPOSED THE THEORY INVOLVING THE INHERITANCE OF ACQUIRED CHARACTERISTICS? 1.DARWIN 2.LAMARCK 3.REDI 4.PASTEUR 5.MALTHUS
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