Biology DAC Review. Use this review to prepare yourself for the upcoming District Assessment. Evolution and Natural Selection. Why is Geographic Isolation so important to the process of natural selection? Explain the process of Speciation What does it mean to have a common ancestor?
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Use this review to prepare yourself for the upcoming District Assessment
Using Tables and Graphs Which two organisms listed in Figure 18–4 are most closely related to each other?
a. The humpback whale and the spider monkey
b. The spider monkey and the whale shark
c. The corn and the whale shark
d. The humpback whale and the corn
Using Tables and Graphs Which level of taxonomic category shown in Figure 18–4 indicates whether an organism is a mammal or not?
a. The Kingdom
b. The Phylum
c. The Class
d. The Order
Using Tables and Graphs How many different kingdoms are represented by the organisms listed in Figure 18–4?
What trait will most likely be observed in all offspring of
the above set of parents? Show your punnett square!!!
A Green feathers
B Yellow feathers
C Long beak
D Short beak
If you mix white paint (W) with
red paint (R) you would get
Pink paint…right? Show a punnett
square that proves this!
A student placed a disk of filter paper in each of the following solutions: disinfectant 1, disinfectant 2, disinfectant 3, and distilled water. While the four disks were soaking in their respective solutions, she streaked a sterile nutrient agar dish with a culture of E. coli bacteria. Then, she placed each disk carefully onto the nutrient agar dish, placed the lid on the dish, taped it shut, and incubated the dish at 37ºC for several days. Figure 19-4 shows how the nutrient agar dish looked on Day 1 and Day 4.