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BIO2129 Final: BIO2135 - Final Exam %5B2007%5D %28Answers%29.pdf


Department
Biology
Course Code
BIO 2129
Professor
Jon Houseman
Study Guide
Final

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BIO 2135 Animal Form and Function
Name: ___________________________________________
Student No:___________________
BIO 2135 Final Examination, April 2007 – Page 1 of 21
BIO 2135 - Animal Form and Function
Final Examination
Worth 35 % of the final grade
April 22, 2007
a) Place your name and student number in the space provided below. Be
sure that your name, or student number, is on the top of each page.
b) Check to be sure that you exam is complete with a total of 21 pages
including this one
c) Answer all questions in the space provided on the exam. Do not
transfer answers to the back of the page.
d) Answer the essay question at the end of the exam in the examination
booklet that has been provided. Be sure that your name and student
number is on the cover of the examination booklet. Double spaced
please!
e) The exam is marked out of 155 points
f) This is not an open book exam.
Name: ___________________________________________
Student No: ___________________________________

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BIO 2135 Animal Form and Function
Name: ___________________________________________
Student No:___________________
BIO 2135 Final Examination, April 2007 – Page 2 of 21
30pts Part 1. Briefly explain what each of the following biological terms means. Where
possible include an example in your explanation from a group or an organism to which
the term applies.
Kingdom Animalia
{Multicellular/eukaryotes}{heterotrophic}{No cell walls} 1,1,1
Madreporite
{External opening}{watervascular system} {of Echinoderms or an echinoderm example}
1,1,1,
Endostyle
{produces mucus that traps food}{ciliated groove in pharynx send food to digestive
system} (ex: early chordates Tunicate, amphioxous, Branchiostoma, Cephalochardata,
Urochordata} 1,1,1
Glycolysis
{Metabolic process}{breaks down glucose}{into two molecules of pyruvate} 1,1,1
Glomerulus
{Excretory structure that filters blood}{Blood pressure drives the filtration through thin
semipermeable membrane} {In hemichrodata/nephron in chordates}

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BIO 2135 Animal Form and Function
Name: ___________________________________________
Student No:___________________
BIO 2135 Final Examination, April 2007 – Page 3 of 21
Placoid scale
{Cartilagenous fish/Chondrichtheys}{formed and/or anchored in dermis} {made or
dentin or enamel}{backwords pointing tooth} point each to a maximum of three
Subclavian vein and artery
{All tetrapods}{blood supply to the appendages}{properly name the pectoral
appendages} 1,1,1
Opercular gill
{Outer covering of the gill} {Moves away from body pulling water out of the pharynx
and across gill} {boney fishes}
Shark’s spiral valve
{Modification of the intestine}{slows the movement of food}{Sharks – chondrichtheyes}
Intercostal muscles
{Muscles between the ribs}{enlargement and contraction changes shape of rib cage
inflating the lungs} {Reptiles, birds, mammals – any example from these groups} 1,1,1
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