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Life 103 EXAM 1 Study guide

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this study guide is to help prepare you for the first exam
biology of organisms
Heather Baker Blackburn
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Devrrae Russell on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to life 103 at Colorado State University taught by Heather Baker Blackburn in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 60 views.


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Date Created: 09/11/16
Study guide 1  1. In comparison of birds and mammals, the condition of having four limbs is :  a. A shared ancestral character  b.  A shared derived character  c. A character useful for distinguishing birds from mammals   d. An example of analogy rather than homology   2. Using the chart which species is the basal species using maximum parsimony   3. Although rare on a per gene basis, new mutations can add considerable genetic  variation to prokaryotic populations in each generation. Explain how this occurs               4. Fill in the blanks    Eukaryote  Major groups  Key morphological  Specific Examples   supergroup  characteristics     Diplomonads     Giardia   Euglenozoans   SAR Clade      Phytophthora     Red algae     Mosses ferns conifers  Green algae  flowering plants  Land plants      Lobe or tube shaped  Amoeba  pseudopodia      5. What adaptations make a chameleon a fearsome predator?           6. Label     7. Label      


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