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clicker questions for exam 1

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clicker questions for exam 1 ISB 202

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Appl Envir & Organismal Bio
Pamela Rasmussen

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Date Created: 02/27/15
CQl Which is true of the manner in which pests evolve pesticide resistance a All pests are initially killed by the insecticide b There are some survivors but they are unable to have many offspring due to damage by the pesticides c The insecticide becomes more toxic over time to the insects d A few insects survive and have many offspring which themselves can survive the toxin CQZ From this table about hemoglobin polypeptides you can conclude that Number of Amino Acids That Elii er from a Human Hemoglobin Polypeptide Total Ejhain Length MB Epuatiiras Amino Acids Ehitltm F39mg r39 Lil r39i39lprcgr 7 ts i A a chimpanzee s hemoglobin would differ from humans by more than 20 amino acids B a fruit y s hemoglobin would differ from humans by less than 20 amino acids C a turkey would differ from a human by more than 27 and fewer than 67 amino acids CQ3 The best t individual to a particular environment will be the A one that produces the most surviving offspring B biggest one C strongest one CQ4 Which is not true of natural selection A individuals evolve B individuals have different traits C individuals produce different numbers of offspring D survival of progeny is unequal CQS A frog sh is colored just like the coral on which it sits so neither its predators nor prey will see it What evolutionary mechanism is primarily responsible for this Copyright Zubi pro le yellow giant frog sh Pro l gelber Riesen Angler sch A commersonii A natural selection B genetic drift C gene ow D immigration CQ6 What is not true of mutations A they happen in all organisms B they are a result of mistakes in copying of DNA and chromosomes C they are almost always bene cial D different mutations are bene cial to different organisms CQ7 What happened between Time 1 and Time 2 I lime J Hanger 9 Hialuua In Him trait Hi liiunur ll Time l l l Flange 3139 values liar the Hair 31 lime 1 A directional selection B stabilizing selection C disruptive selection C08 Which orm of sexual selection best ts the peacock In 1 A female choice B malemale competition C intrasexual D direct combat C09 The Jacobin pigeon below has a feathered hood that covers its eyes why Is it most likely to be a wild species or a domestic breed and A domestic because elongated feathers could not evolve in the wild B domestic because it could not survive well in the wild C wild because humans could not cause pigeons to grow such long feathers D impossible to make inferences in this case CQlO What do tenrecs honeycreepers and Darwin s nches have in common A all show adaptive radiation B all evolved high diversity in areas with few other species to compete with C all evolved to ll vacant niches D all the above CQll How do adaptive radiation and convergent evolution differ A they both involve completely unrelated groups of species B in adaptive radiation one species becomes many different ones while in convergent evolution two distantly related species become more similar in some way C in adaptive radiation two distantly related species become more similar in some way while in convergent evolution one species becomes many different ones D any of the above are possible C012 What is true of chimp and human skull development A chimp and human skulls are most similar when they are adults B chimp skulls change much more between infancy and adulthood than human skulls do C human skulls evolved from chimp skulls CQl3 What is a difference between Linnaeus kingdoms and those now recognized A fungi are no longer considered plants B animals and plants are in separate kingdoms C the placement of bacteria D A and C correct CQl4 hichstatement about biodiversity is correct Fungi Protozoa xiigaze m H Bacteria Eaviruses 39 II39I39EE39CE 3 51 Higher Flams ESQAm thmr An ll39l39 llii 231 Fungi EEGm Prom1m Algae Bacteria 4333 thinners A Biodiversity is highest for large organisms catsized or larger B most of earth s biodiversity is plants C most of earth s biodiversity is animals CO 15 You nd a fossil from 55 mya with eyes frontally situated and grasping hands and feet It must be A an ape B a prosimian C a New World monkey D impossible to determine CQl6 What is true of the relationship between humans and other apes A apes are animals but humans are not B we evolved from chimpanzees C gorillas are our closest living relatives D humans are most closely related to two living species of chimpanzee C017 What is true of hominin evolution A only one species ever lived B all lineages led to humans C only one species now survives D all the above C018 Why is it so dif cult to nd diagnostically human characters some nonhuman animals have language some nonhuman animals have culture some nonhuman animals are bipedal some nonhuman animals use tools all the above mUnwgt C019 Which statement about DNA is true A DNA is made up of four nucleotides and either a sugar or phosphate B DNA is a nucleotide made up of many nucleic acids C DNA is made up of many nucleotides each of which has one nitrogenous base one sugar and one phosphate D DNA is made up of many nucleotides each of which has four nitrogenous bases one sugar and one phosphate C020 Which of the following two nitrogenous bases are both purines A adenine and cytosine B guanine and thymine C cytosine and thymine D adenine and guanine C021 A DNA strand including the sequence CGGCC1TAA is replicated What will be the sequence for this part of the complementary DNA strand A CGGCCTI39AA B GCCGGAATI39 C AA1TCCGGC D 1TAAGGCCG C022 Which is an RNA strand A CGUAACCA ribose phosphate B CGTAACCA deoxyribose ribose C CGUAACCA deoxyribose phosphate D all the above C023 Which is a true statement A Humans have about 1000 genes per chromosome B Humans have about 2300000 genes per chromosome pair C Humans have about 500 chromosomes per gene D Humans have about 1000 nucleotides per chromosome CQ24 Which is true A Translation takes place in the cytoplasm transcription in the nucleus B transcription is the actual synthesis of the protein translation is copying of the RNA strand C amino acids are made up of proteins D all the above CQ25 Select the true statement about mitosis in humans A each parent cell has 23 pairs of chromosomes B each daughter cell has 23 unpaired chromosomes C each daughter cell has 46 pairs of chromosomes D each parent cell has 46 pairs of chromosomes CQ26 A human cell nucleus with 23 pairs of chromosomes has A 46 individual molecules of DNA B about 23000 different genes 2 copies of each Genes to Chromosomes slide C Almost 3 billion base pairs DNA structure slide D all the above CQ27 The two birdsof paradise in the videos differ in many ways in plumage calls and display What do you think these two species have in common A the male displays for a female who decides whether she wants to mate with him B Female choice perpetuates male genes with elaborate characteristics speci c to that species C males of these species without fabulous plumes brilliant colors loud songs andor good dancing skills would have few if any offspring D all the above CQ28 Select the true statement about the brown alleles on these maternal and paternal chromosomes A they are homozygous heterologs B they are heterozygous homologs C they are heterozygous heterologs D they are homozygous homologs CQ29 These homologs each show 5 genes not counting grey color bands Which statement is most likely true A that is the actual number of genes on this chromosome B these are the actual colors of each gene that s how you tell them apart C each homolog probably actually has around 1000 genes D all the above CQ30 How shold we interpret this diagram of meiosis in humans Parml 51391393 Elli Egg 55 homologous 39 pail of hmm amas EEIQM EI 1 SEWram is r r mntaln i Fame E ii m will canmin mnhmmmme with Trill959 tells gt A paternal chromosomes really are blue in real life and maternal chromosomes are pink B This is an abnormal individual with just one chromosome type C this could be a normal human cell with 23 chromosome types but only one chromosome is shown for illustrative purposes CQ31 What are the odds you would look exactly like your older non twin sister A 1 in 84 million B 1 in 71 million C almost negligible close to 0 D 2 X 23 CQ32 What happened in the rst generation A all the offspring were wrinkled like one of the parents B all the offspring were round like one of the parents C all the offspring were slightly wrinkled intermediate between both parents D there was no pattern CQ33 What happened in the second generation A onefourth of the offspring were round like both the parents B all the offspring were round like both the parents C onefourth of the offspring were wrinkled like one of their parents D onefourth of the offspring were wrinkled like one of the grandparents but not the parents CQ34 What best summarizes Mendel s results A the wrinkled trait and the round trait were expressed equally B the wrinkled and round traits were blended in each individual offspring C the round trait was expressed in all offspring of homozygous purebreeding round peas D the round trait was expressed in all offspring of heterozygous peas CQ35 If you see a round pea of the same variety Mendel used what can you say about it A it has two recessive genes for seed shape B it could have one recessive and one dominant gene for seed shape C it could have two dominant genes for seed shape D both B and C are correct CQ36 If you see a wrinkled pea of the same variety Mendel used what can you say about it A it must be homozygous B it must be heterozygous C it must have at least one dominant allele D both of its parents must have been homozygotes Answers SWWNE wgtgtngtgtgtno gt000WOOOUUUgtgtgtgtWUOITIOUWOUWWU


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