Bio Lab 111 Unit 1 (Chapter 1) Flashcards


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1

What caused the formation of the Great Lakes?

a) Glaciers from the last ice age in the Cenozoic which covered the area.

b) Volcanic activity in the area.

c) Shifting of plate tectonics due to earthquakes.

a)

2

The primary producers of lakes are _______.

a) Crustaceans

b) Fish

c) Phytoplankton

d) Mussels

e) a & c

c)

3

Organisms that live in lakes include:

a) Crustaceans

b) Mussels

c) Fish

d) All of the above

e) a & c

d)

4

Water is _____ in lakes and _____ in rivers.

a) lotic, lentic

b) lentic, lentic

c) lotic, lotic

d) lentic, lotic

d)

5

Marshes are inhabited by:

a) cattails

b) waterfowl

c) trees

d) all of the above

e) a & b

e)

6

Organisms that live in prairies include:

a) bison

b) frogs

c) birds

d) a & c

e) b & c

d)

7

Organisms that live in rivers include:

a) algae

b) fish

c) mussels

d) all of the above

e) a & b

d)

8

Characteristics of sand dunes include:

a) Formed by wind and wave action

b) High fertility & moisture retention

c) Inhabited by grasses

d) All of the above

e) a & c

e)

9

Characteristics of savannas include:

a) Transition between a prairie & woodland

b) Low soil fertility

c) Contains grasses, shrubs, and trees

d) All of the above

e) a & c

d)

10

Swamps are populated by:

a) Trees & shrubs

b) Cattails

c) Frogs

d) a & c

e) b & c

a)

11

Characteristics of a woodland include:

a) Densely-spaced area

b) Contains trees

c) Contains grass

d) Inhabited by squirrels & reptiles

e) b, c, and d

e)

12

Evidence that Illinois was once under water comes from ______.

a) documents from early explorers

b) fossils

c) glacier activity

d) b & c

b)

13

Invasive species are a threat because:

a) they are not native to the area

b) they compete with native organisms for resources

c) they reproduce more quickly than native species

d) all of the above

d)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Marsh

b) Savanna

c) Sand Dune

d) Prairie

e) Woodland

d)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Prairie

b) Savanna

c) Swamp

d) Marsh

e) Lake

c)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Lake

b) Marsh

c) Prairie

d) Swamp

e) Sand Dune

e)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Swamp

b) Prairie

c) Savanna

d) Woodland

e) Marsh

d)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Prairie

b) Swamp

c) Lake

d) River

e) Savanna

c)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) River

b) Marsh

c) Swamp

d) Savanna

e) Lake

a)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Prairie

b) Savanna

c) Woodland

d) Marsh

e) Sand Dune

b)

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Which community does the photo represent?

a) Swamp

b) Lake

c) Marsh

d) Savanna

e) Prairie

c)

22

Some characteristics of gymnosperms include:

a) Seed in fruit of some sort

b) (Usually) needle leaves

c) (Many) evergreen

d) All of the above

e) b & c

e)

23

Some characteristics of angiosperms include:

a) Seed in fruit of some sort

b) (Many) deciduous

c) (Usually) needle leaves

d) All of the above

e) a & b

e)

24

Gymnosperm leaves can be:

a) Needle-like

b) Scale-like

c) Awl-like

d) All of the above

d)

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What is each gymnosperm leaf type?

a) Scale-like, Awl-like, Needle-like

b) Awl-like, Scale-like, Needle-like

c) Scale-like, Needle-like, Awl-like

d) Needle-like, Scale-like, Awl-like

e) None of the above

d)

26

Which is the only gymnosperm with dichotomous venation?

a) Eastern White Cedar

b) Prostrate Juniper

c) Ginkgo Biloba

d) Red Cedar

e) None of the above

c)

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Which of the following correctly names the parts of the compound angiosperm leaf in order (from 1 to 4)?

I) Leaflet of compound leaf

II) Petiole of compound leaf

III) Bud

IV) No bud

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a) II, I, IV, III

b) I, IV, III, II

c) IV, I, III, II

d) II, I, IV, III

b)

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Which of the following correctly names the leaf shapes in order from left to right?

a) Cordate, Triangular, Oval, Lanceolate

b) Cordate, Triangular, Lanceolate, Oval

c) Triangular, Lanceolate, Cordate, Oval

d) Triangular, Cordate, Oval, Lanceolate

e) Lanceolate, Trangular, Cordate, Oval

d)

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Which of the following correctly names the leaf margins in order from number 1 to 4?

a) Undulate, Entire, Serrate, Lobed

b) Entire, Undulate, Serrate, Lobed

c) Entire, Serrate, Lobed, Undulate

d) Lobed, Entire, Serrate, Undulate

b)

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These are rather self-explanatory. Choose "a" to continue.

a)

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Which of the following correctly names the leaf venation types from left to right?

a) Palmately Net-Veined, Parallel, Pinnately Net-Veined

b) Pinnately Net-Veined, Palmately Net-Veined, Parallel

c) Pinnately Net-Veined, Parallel, Palmately Net-Veined

d) Palmately Net Veined, Pinnately Net-Veined, Parallel

e) None of the above

c)