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Lecture 5

BIOL 1202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peptide, Nuclear Dna, Gene Duplication

Biological Sciences
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BIOL 1202

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1. Prokaryotic cells are found in the domain(s) _____.
a. Bacteria and Archaea
2. In the five-kingdom system, prokaryotes are placed in the kingdom _____.
a. Monera
3. A human is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____.
a. Eukarya…Animalia
4. A rose bush is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____.
a. Eukarya…Plantae
5. In the five-kingdom system, which kingdom consists primarily of unicellular eukaryotes?
a. Protista
6. In the two-kingdom system, why were fungi classified in the kingdom Plantae?
a. They are sedentary.
7. There is(are) _____ eukaryotic domain(s).
a. One
8. If organisms A, B, and C belong to the same class but to different orders and if organisms D, E,
and F belong to the same order but to different families, which of the following pairs of organisms
would be expected to show the greatest degree of structural homology?
a. D and F
9. Which of the following is (are) problematic when the goal is to construct phylogenies that
accurately reflect evolutionary history?
a. Polyphyletic taxa and paraphyletic taxa
10. The figure contrasts the "Within the artiodactyls" origin of the whale lineage with the "Without the
artiodactyls" origin of the whale lineage.
What can be properly inferred from the figure?
b. In the “Without” tree, pigs are more closely related to hippos than are
11. Animals that possess homologous structures probably _____.
a. Evolved from the same ancestor
12. Systematists have used a wide variety of traits to reconstruct the phylogenies of particular groups
of organisms. Which one of the following traits produces a good estimate of phylogeny?
a. All of the above (biochemical/molecular/behavioral/gross morphological
13. The best classification system is that which most closely
a. Reflects evolutionary history
14. Some molecular data place the giant panda in the bear family (Ursidae) but place the lesser
panda in the raccoon family (Procyonidae). Consequently, the morphological similarities of these
two species are probably due to
a. Possession of analogous structures
15. Which mutation should least require realignment of homologous regions of a gene that is
common to several related species?
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