5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The choanoflagellates are more closely related to the fungi than to other protists
- African and South American clades
- meteors and/or cosmic dust clouds carried various complex organic molecules to the Earth, which eventually evolved into what we know today.
- a One of the theories about the origin of life is panspermia. Panspermia proposes that
- b Eutherians mammals are placed in four groups, a major split occurring between
- c Which one of the following statements about protists is false?
- d Living organisms can be divided into _____ domains.
- e An organism has just been located and needs to be placed into one of the domains of life. The characteristics that have been reported are multicellular and autotrophic. Based on your knowledge, which domain should this organism be placed?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Molecular data indicates that land plants belong in the same ________ as green algae.
- Kingdom ____________would include green algae and land plants.
- Which one of the following statements about endosymbiosis and the origin of the eukaryotic cell is false?
- Which of the following was produced in experiments on primitive Earth conditions conducted by Miller-Urey and others?
- All of the following were produced in experiments on primitive Earth conditions conducted by Miller-Urey and others, except for
5 True/False Questions
2.5 billion years old → The age of the Earth according to modern estimations is
chordates → Segmentation is thought to have evolved three times, twice in protostomes and once in deuterstomes as seen in the
how mitochondria and chloroplasts were derived from prokaryotic cells → A scientist is studying endosymbiosis in cells. This means she is investigating
3.5 billion years ago → The age of the Earth according to modern estimations is
some of the organic compounds needed for life could be formed abiotically → Urey and Miller, using a sterile container with boiling water, a reducing atmosphere, an electric spark, and a condenser, were able to determine that