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2012-2013 Midterm Study Guide Answers. You have approximately 10-15 seconds per question! Don’t get side tracked!. 1. GENETICS 2. SEX-LINKED. 3A. MUTUALISM 3B. COMMENSALISM 3C. PARASITISM 4. SYMBIOSIS. 5A. COMMUNITY 5B. POPULATION 5C. POPULATION 5D. COMMUNITY.

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2012 2013 midterm study guide answers

2012-2013 Midterm Study Guide Answers

You have approximately 10-15 seconds per question! Don’t get side tracked!


1 genetics 2 sex linked
1. GENETICS2. SEX-LINKED


3a mutualism 3b commensalism 3c parasitism 4 symbiosis
3A. MUTUALISM3B. COMMENSALISM3C. PARASITISM4. SYMBIOSIS


5a community 5b population 5c population 5d community
5A. COMMUNITY5B. POPULATION5C. POPULATION5D. COMMUNITY


6a purines 6b pyrimadines 7 binomial nomenclature
6A. PURINES6B. PYRIMADINES7. BINOMIAL NOMENCLATURE


8 theory 9 vestigial 10 divergence 11 water
8. THEORY9. VESTIGIAL10. DIVERGENCE11. WATER


12 experimentation 13 primary producer 14 subspecies 15 competition
12. EXPERIMENTATION13. PRIMARY PRODUCER14. SUBSPECIES15. COMPETITION



18a observations 18b questions 18c hypothesis 18d controlled testing 18e conclusions
18A. OBSERVATIONS18B. QUESTIONS18C. HYPOTHESIS18D. CONTROLLED TESTING18E. CONCLUSIONS


19 sun plant plant eater meat eaters 20 succession 21 adaptation
19. Sun Plant Plant Eater Meat Eaters20. Succession21. Adaptation


22 coevolution 23 ecology 24 false 25 biology
22. Coevolution23. Ecology24. False25. Biology


26 heredity 27 competition 28 nucleotide 29 consumer
26. Heredity27. Competition28. Nucleotide29. Consumer


30 species 31 kingdom 32a james watson 32b francis crick
30. Species31. Kingdom32a. James Watson32b. Francis Crick


33 abiotic 34 biotic 35a c rocks run temperature water etc 36 a c elephant human bacteria grass etc
33. Abiotic34. Biotic35a-c. Rocks, run, temperature, water, etc…36 a-c. Elephant, human bacteria, grass, etc…


37a burning fossil fuels 37b destroying vegetation 37c using electricity
37a: Burning fossil fuels37b: Destroying vegetation37c: Using electricity


38 species 39a adenine thymine 39b guanine cytosine
38. Species39a. Adenine = Thymine39b. Guanine = Cytosine


40 phenotype 41 natural selection 42 primary producers 43 community
40. Phenotype41. Natural selection42. Primary producers43. Community


44 analogous 45 taxonomy 46 males
44. Analogous45. Taxonomy46. Males


47a homozygous dominant 47b heterozygous dominant 47c homozygous recessive
47a. Homozygous dominant47b. Heterozygous dominant47c. Homozygous recessive


48 habitat 49 hypothesis 50 deoxyribose 51 mutation
48. Habitat49. Hypothesis50. Deoxyribose51. Mutation


52 heredity 53 greater 54 evolution
52. Heredity53. Greater54. Evolution


55 dominant 56 recessive
55. Dominant56. Recessive


57a g cells reproduction homeostasis metabolism responsiveness heredity growth and development
57a-gCellsReproductionHomeostasisMetabolismResponsivenessHeredityGrowth and Development


58a g t c a c t t c g ans c a g t g a a g c 58b a c c g t g c a a ans t g g c a c g t t
58a. G T C A C T T C G ansC A G T G A A G C58b. A C C G T G C A Aans T G G C A C G T T


59a made of many nucleotides 59b consists of a double strand 59c dna is a double helix
59a. Made of many nucleotides59b. Consists of a double strand59c. DNA is a double helix


60. New species form61. Nucleotides62. Each block represents the amount of energy at that level…as you go up on the pyramid energy is LOST!


63 energy pyramid 64a omnivore b omnivore c producer d herbivore
63. Energy pyramid64a. Omnivoreb. Omnivorec. Producerd. Herbivore


65 food web 66a second and third 66b fourth
65. Food web66a. Second and third66b. Fourth


67 homeostasis 68 reproduction 69 3 three 70 dependent
67. Homeostasis68. Reproduction69. 3 (three)70. Dependent


71 natural selection 72a ab blood type 72b b blood type 72c o blood type
71. Natural selection72a. AB blood type72b. B blood type72c. O blood type


73 observing 74 food
73. Observing74. Food


75a mutualism 75b competition 75c commensalism 75d parasitism
75a. Mutualism75b. Competition75c. Commensalism75d. Parasitism


76a. Primary succession occurs where there has never been an ecosystem before.Ex: New island formed from volcanic eruption, receding glacier


76b. Secondary succession occurs where there has been an ecosystem before.Example: abandoned parking lot, forest recovering from a fire


77 bacteria 78 genes controlled by more than one gene 79 blood type
77. Bacteria ecosystem before.78. Genes controlled by more than one gene.79. Blood type


80 a f species genus family order class phylum kingdom
80. a-f ecosystem before.speciesgenusfamilyorderclassphylumkingdom


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