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Quiz 2 Part 1 of 7 - Chapter 2 27.0 Points Question 1 of 31 3.0 Points When referring to pH, an example of something that is alkaline includes what? A. orange juice B. baking soda C. water D.... stomach acid Feedback: Great job. Question 2 of 31 3.0 Points Practically speaking, a buffer is the reason for what? A. Why gardens are a good hobby B. Why water tastes different to each of us C. Why we shouldn’t eat white bread D. Why we can ingest acidic substances and not die Feedback: Great job. Question 3 of 31 3.0 Points What is the capacity of a substance to withstand rupture when placed under tension or stress?A. adhesion B. covalent bond C. cohesion D. surfact tension E. solvent Feedback: Great job. Question 4 of 31 3.0 Points Which is an example of an isotope? A. Halogens B. Hydrogen-1 C. Actinides D. Carbon-12 Feedback: Great job. Question 5 of 31 3.0 Points A bond between two atoms that occurs frequently, but does not require much energy to break is referred to as what? A. Hydrogen bond B. van der Waals Interactions C. Ionic bond D. Covalent bond Feedback: Great job.Question 6 of 31 3.0 Points In most living species, which monosaccharide is the most important source of energy? A. starch B. cellulose C. glucose D. fructose Feedback: Great job. Question 7 of 31 3.0 Points At the most fundamental level, what is life made up of? A. isotope B. neutron C. matter D. atom Feedback: Great job. Question 8 of 31 3.0 Points What is the attraction between water molecules and other molecules, allowing water to “climb up a straw,” for example? A. covalent bond B. adhesion C. surface tension D. cohesion E. solventFeedback: Great job. Question 9 of 31 3.0 Points What is the reason for chemical bonds between atoms? A. A full outermost shell B. A full nucleus C. A vacancy in the nucleus D. A vacancy in the outermost shell Feedback: It is the outermost shell that dictates the type of chemical bond that will form. Review chemical bonds in Chapter 2. Part 2 of 7 - Chapter 12 27.0 Points Question 10 of 31 3.0 Points What term describes the forelimb bones of a bird, bat, horse, whale and human? A. synapomorphy B. homologous C. apomorphy D. analogous Feedback: Great job. Question 11 of 31 3.0 Points What is a diagram used to represent evolutionary relationships between taxa called?A. systematic B. clade C. branch D. phylogeny Feedback: Great job. Question 12 of 31 3.0 Points Which best describes the assumption maximum parsimony is built on? A. Evolutionary events occurred in the simplest, most obvious way. B. All of life evolves as a goal driven process under the direction of a higher power. C. Shared derived characteristics define monophyletic groups. D. Molecular data is superior to morphological data when reconstructing evolutionary events. Feedback: Great job. Question 13 of 31 3.0 Points What is the scientific name of wolves in binomial nomenclature? A. Canis lupus B. Wolves and Dogs C. Canidae Family D. Mammalia Feedback: Great job. Question 14 of 313.0 Points Currently the diversity of all life on earth is contained in 3 domains which are: A. Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya B. Family, Genus, Species C. Phylum, Class, Order D. Bacteria, Animals, Plants Feedback: Great job. Question 15 of 31 3.0 Points How has molecular systematics changed the how organisms had been classified? A. Classification has reverted to the Linnean system based on molecular systematics. B. Morphologic homology has allowed for the calibration of a molecular clock. C. Molecular systematics has confirmed earlier classifications. D. Sometimes errors are uncovered and taxa are reclassified from molecular systematics. Feedback: Molecular systematics uses molecular information including DNA sequencing to study the relationships between organisms. Read more in Chapter 12. Question 16 of 31 3.0 Points What term describes the wings of insects, bats, and birds? A. homologous B. analogous C. synapomorphy D. apomorphy Feedback: Great job.Question 17 of 31 3.0 Points What is a group of closely related organisms and their common ancestor on a phylogeny? A. outgroup B. clade C. vertebrate D. synapomorphy Feedback: Building phylogenetic trees results in taxa begin grouped together and includes the relationships between them. Read more in Chapter 12. Question 18 of 31 3.0 Points Which is the correct order of classification from largest group to smallest? A. Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Phylum, Kingdom, Domain B. Phylum, Kingdom, Domain, Class, Species, Genus, Family, Order C. Canis, Eukarya, Chordata, Canidae, lupus, Animalia, Mammalia D. Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species Feedback: Great job. Part 3 of 7 - Lecture Material 9.0 Points Question 19 of 31 3.0 Points Which is a mechanism that occurs to prevent crossbreeding after a zygote is formed? A. Symzygotic Isolating MechanismB. Postzygotic Isolating Mechanism C. Prezygotic Isolating Mechanism D. Isozygotic Isolating Mechanism Feedback: Postzygotic isolating mechanism prevents crossbreeding after a zygote is formed. Review Change on a Long Time Scale in the Weekly Lecture Lesson. Question 20 of 31 3.0 Points Evolutionary change that happens on short time scales from one generation to the next within a population is called what? A. Coevolution B. Natural Selection C. Convergent Evolution D. Macroevolution E. Microevolution Feedback: Great job! Question 21 of 31 3.0 Points Which is the only evolutionary process that results in adaptation? A. Allele Frequency B. Genetic Drift C. Reproductive Isolation D. Natural Selection E. Artificial Selection Feedback: Great job!Part 4 of 7 - Part 3: Lab Lecture Material 9.0 Points Question 22 of 31 3.0 Points Which of the following is considered a primary source of research? A. Magazines B. Books C. Dissertations D. Websites E. Blogs Feedback: Primary research is considered original works that have not been interpreted or evaluated by a second party. Review the section on Qualities of Credible, Academic Sources in the Week 2 Lab ELF Lesson. Question 23 of 31 3.0 Points Who published On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection? A. Robert FitzRoy B. Christopher Wren C. Charles Darwin D. Robert Hooke E. Gregor Mendel Feedback: Correct! This scientist’s voyage to the Galapagos Archipelago led to the theory of natural selection.Question 24 of 31 3.0 Points Which is NOT considered a component of scientific observations? A. Personal beliefs B. Measurability C. Specialized tools D. Limitations E. Generation of data Feedback: Correct! In science, observations lead to the formation of hypotheses and must adhere to specific guidelines to be scientifically credible. Part 5 of 7 - Lab Material 15.0 Points Question 25 of 31 3.0 Points Which tetrapod species is an intermediate between fish and tetrapod, seemingly neither of these forms? A. Eusthenopteron B. Pederpes C. Tulerpeton D. Ichthyostega E. Tiktaalik Feedback: Great. Question 26 of 313.0 Points Which of the following have tails? A. humans B. monkeys C. guinea pigs D. apes Feedback: Great. Question 27 of 31 3.0 Points How many opsins does Kramer have? A. 3 B. 2 C. 5 D. 1 E. 4 Feedback: Great. Question 28 of 31 3.0 Points Which was the first (e.g. oldest) fossil in the tetrapod list? A. Ichthyostega B. Tiktaalik C. Tulerpeton D. Pederpes E. Eusthenopteron Feedback: Review Lab 2: Common DescentQuestion 29 of 31 3.0 Points What is another word for coccyx? A. Rib B. Tailbone C. Femur D. Metatarsal E. Skull Feedback: Great. Part 6 of 7 - Lab Essay 5.0 Points Question 30 of 31 5.0 Points In a few sentences, what was the overall purpose of the lab for this week? You should include 1-2 sentences on the methods and then the overall reason. In my opinion, this week lab covers our inner animal and how we compare with other animals per different part of our body. We were able to see the differences and similarities to certain animals. We noticed for example, how the evolution from apes and monkeys, one with tail and one without it, to us by looking at the back in lab. Comment: This lab exercise explores how species are related. We can see this by comparing anatomical structures and how they change over time. Part 7 of 7 - Lab Upload 8.0 Points Question 31 of 318.0 Points Please upload your completed Lab Packet for this week. Make sure your name is on the top in the space provided. Comment: This past week explored how species descended from a common ancestry based on similarities in structures and functions. [Show More]

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