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Final Exam Answers:

Final Exam Answers Y Y y Yy Yy y Yy yy Final Exam Study Guide Answers 1. B The cells have the same number of chromosomes as the parent 2. A Note the last word in question number two should be meiosis. 3. A, C, and D Identify the match that represents an example of each term E--Homozygous A-Heterozygous D- Tt B-Purebred C- Co-dominance 4. 75% 5. 25% 6. 50% 7. 50%

More Answers:

More Answers 8. YY x Yy = Possible genotypes are as follows :YY, YY, Yy , Yy 9. No, the infection cannot be passed along to the next generation; however the vulnerability to catch infections, a weak immune system can be passed to successive generations. 10. C. Selective Breeding 11. Sedimentary rock 12. Layer 1 is the oldest 13. A 14. B 15. C 16. D 17. A 18. A characteristic that is passed down from parent to offspring 19 Genes are the factors that control traits 20. Probability is the likelihood that a particular event will occur. 21. A Punnett square is a chart that shows all possible combinations of alleles that come from a cross 22. A mutation is any change that occurs in a gene or chromosome 23. Traits controlled by one gene, but where there are more than 2 choices. Blood type although there are 4 blood types a person can only carry 2 possible alleles.

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Question #24

Answers 25-33:

Answers 25-33 25. Height and skin color 26. In males the gametes are sperm in females the gametes are eggs 27. Choosing a few organisms with desired traits to serve as parents of the next generation 28. Darwin observed that Finches on the Galapagos had changed and adapted to their conditions to better take advantage of their environment. 29. Adaptation is any characteristic that helps and organism to better survive in their environment 30. Overproduction is the first step in the process of natural selection, where organisms produce more offspring then could possibly survive, giving rise to variation and the strongest version of these organisms will compete for survival. 31. Variation is when members of the same species differ from one another. Any difference is a variation. 32. A fossil is the preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in the past. 33. Gradualism is a theory that states that evolution occurs slowly. Small changes accumulate to create large changes in this theory.

Final exam answers 34-39:

Final exam answers 34-39 34. Homologous structures are similar body parts that perform different tasks, but structurally have the same bone arrangement. Example a wing, a paw, and a hand. 35. Organism C and E are most similar to dog because they share the same genus name. 36. Organisms C and E have the most similar evolutionary history because the belong to all of the same levels of classifications except one. 37. Organism b is least similar to the others because it has only 3 levels of classification in common with the other animals. 38. Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, and class 39. Multicellular, Eukaryotic, Heterotrophic, Reproduce sexually, and they move

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Chart Kingdom Cell Type Cell Arrangement Nutrition Reproduction Locomotion Distinguishing Characteristics Archae Prokaryotic unicellular Heterotroph Asexual Flagella Lives in extreme environments Eubacteria Prokaryotic unicellular Heterotroph Asexual Cilia and Flagella True bacteria causes strep and food poisoning but helps to protect Protista Eukaryotic Mostly unicellular Both Asexual Cilia, Psudopods, Flagella Plant like, animal like versions Fungi Eukaryotic Mostly multi Heterotroph Both None Chitin makes up cell wall Plantae Eukaryotic multi Autotroph Both None Cellulose makes up cell wall; chloroplasts Animalia Eukaryotic multi Heterotroph Sexual Swim, walk, fly, crawl No cell wall

Questions 40-41:

Questions 40-41 C . Genus/species name 41 . D. Common ancestry

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