Past Exam for BSCI 106 - PRIN BIOL II with Forseth at Maryland (UMD)

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Material Type:Exam 3
Subject:Biological Sciences Program
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 1996
  • Archean Eon
  • Polyphyletic
  • Photoheterotrophs
  • Provided That
  • Incorporation
  • Carotenoids
  • Immediately
  • Environmental Change
  • Multicellular
  • Photoautotrophs
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f1~11~ BIOL 106 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II DR. FORSETH MIDTERM III FALL 1996 1 L\B SECTION --- T.A. NAME ss# (80) A. Multiple Choice. Circle the letter or letters that best ~mswer the question or fit the phrase. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER IS POSSIBLE. FOUR points per question. 1. The simplest of the eucaryotes are represented by the two kingdoms Archezoa and Protista. These groups have a number of distinctive characteristics, including: a. the lack of mitochondria and golgi bodies in the protista. b. the beginnings of multicellularity, as evidenced in such groups as the cellular slime molds. c. sexual reproduction, as evidenced by the presence of meiosis and conjugation in some groups. d. complex cellular stIUcture, with chloroplasts, mitochondria, and endoplasmic reticulum in the Archezoa. 2. The protists are probably; a. polyphyletic, having several independent origins. b. monophyletic, having a single origin. c. descended from procaryotes that formed symbiotic relations...

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