5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- lateral line system
- pharyngeal slit
- logistic growth model
- a a row of sensory organs along each side of a fish's body. Sensitive to changes in water pressure, it enables a fish to detect minor vibrations in the water.
- b a diverse clade of flagellated protists that includes trypanosones and Euglena
- c a mathematical description of idealized population growth that is restricted by limited factors
- d a gill structure in the pharynx; found in chordate embryos and some adult chordates.
- e in classification, the broad taxonomic category above phylum or division
5 Multiple choice questions
- a member of the kingdom Protista; mostly unicellular, though some are colonial or multicellular
- the level of harvest that produces a consistent yield without forcing a population into decline
- having two different alleles for a given gene
- a gas-filled internal sac that helps bony fishes maintain buoyancy.
- behavior necessary to recognize, search for, capture, and consume food
5 True/False questions
systematics → an analytical approach to the study of the diversity of life and the evolutionary relationships between organisms
translocation → the incorporation of new genes into a cell from DNA that the cell take up from the surrounding environment.
F factor → a roundworm, characterized by a pseudocoelom, a cylindrical, wormlike body form, and tough cuticle.
codon → a rapidly growing fungus that reproduces asexually by producing spores
closed circulatory system → the transformation of a larva into an adult that looks very different from the larva and often functions very differently in its environment.