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Human Evolution

Binomial Nomenclature

Is it the Truth?

Latin

Classification

1x

1x

1x

1x

1x

2x

2x

2x

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2x

3x

3x

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4x

4x

4x

4x

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5x

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Homo-

(a) Same

(b) Upright

(c) Intelligent

(d) Different


Dominium-

(a) To give up power

(b) Right of ownership

(c) Ability to change

(d) One’s ancestries


Quad~

(a) Movement

(b) Muscle

(c) Four

(d) Pair


Archae-

(a) Ancient

(b) Recent

(c) Changing

(d) Descendant


Phylarchus~

(a) Blood

(b) Ancient Tree

(c) Head of Tribe

(d) Appearance


What two characteristics are common to ALL modern primates?

(a) Opposable thumbs and same dental formula

(b) Opposable big toes and rotating shoulder joints

(c) Identical DNA and a large brain

(d) Color vision and movable finger and toes


Which of the following hominid characteristics could be used to infer a primate fossil was bipedal?

(a) Opening in the back of the skull

(b) S-shaped spine

(c) Flat pelvis

(d) Opposable big toe


Ardepithecus ramidus must demonstrate which of the following characteristics to be considered a hominid?

  • Tool usage

  • (b) Language

  • (c) Bipedalism

  • (d) Opposable thumb


The BEST description of the phylogenetic pattern of humanevolution would be...

(a) Evolution of a single line of uninterrupted, changing forms.

(b) A bush-like pattern, with many branches as extinct forms.

(c) One hominid species existing on the earth at a time.

(d) Modern humans have all hominid ancestors that interbred.


If the mDNA of Homo Sapiens shows an accumulation of mutational differences representing several million years, then this would support which hypothesis of human evolution?

(a) Recent-African-Origin Hypothesis

(b) Eurasian-Origin Hypothesis

(c) Multiregional Hypothesis

(d) Spontaneous Generation Hypothesis


Which individual does NOT belong to the Homo genus?

(a) Robustus

(b) Habilis

(c) Erectus

(d) Sapiens


Pisum sativum and Canus lupus are classified as sharing the same?

(a) Kingdom

(b) Phylum

(c) Order

(d) They share no taxon.


Identification of a chelonian as Terrapene carolina triunguii indicates this species is…

(a) Endangered in its habitat

(b) A subspecies of Terrapene carolina

(c) Capable of cross-breeding other chelonians

(d) The third generation of its family


Felidae represents which taxon of the lion, tiger, ocelot, lynx, etc...?

(a) Phylum

(b) Class

(c) Order

(d) Family


The binomial nomenclature in Latin of the vernacular, “Praying Mantus” would be which of the following?

(a) Mantae praya

(b) Pious mantus

(c) Mantus religiosa

(d) Insectus holiness


The species identifier of the leopard frog, Rana pipiens, is…

(a) Leopard

(b) Frog

(c) Rana

(d) Pipiens


Organisms of the same phylum are ALSO organisms of the same…

(a) Kingdom

(b) Family

(c) Order

(d) Species


Which of the following organisms have the MOST in common with each other phylogenetically?

(a) Members of the same Kingdom

(b) Members of the same Genus

(c) Members of the same Phylum

(d) Members of the same Class


Of the following, which group’s organisms have the LEAST in common with each other phylogenetically?

(a) Species

(b) Family

(c) Genus

(d) Order


Dogs, wolves, bears, skunks, seals and lions are all members of the Order…

(a) Canina

(b) Arthropoda

(c) Carnivora

(d) Omnivora


Tool-making and language developed within the Australopithecine genus.

(a) True

(b) False


During hominid evolution, walking upright and a large brain evolved at the same time.

(a) True

(b) False


In Aristotle’s system of classification, he used morphology as the main criterion for grouping.

(a) True

(b) False


Biologists believe that modern day archaebacteria closely resemble the first organisms to inhabit the earth.

(a) True

(b) False


According to cladistic analysis, dinosaurs are more closely related to birds than they are to lizards.

(a) True

(b) False


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