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Animal Reproduction & Development Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. There are ______ types of survivorship curves.

Question 2 2. Which mating system involves a male mating with multiple females during a reproductive season?

Question 3 3. Sea turtles lay hundreds of eggs with the hope that a few of their offspring will survive to adulthood. This is an example of which type of survivorship curve?

Question 4 4. In the early embryo, how are the positions of the mesoderm and endoderm different?

Question 5 5. When a female peacock chooses a male peacock with a large, colorful tail, it is an example of what?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following reproductive behaviors are most likely to be courtship behaviors?

Question 7 7. Which axis organizes the body from head to tail?

Question 8 8. All organisms have this survivorship curve.

Question 9 9. Tapeworms and barnacles are:

Question 10 10. What is the difference between intra and inter?

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Question 11 11. Select the set of events, in chronological order, as they occur during sexual reproduction in multicellular animals.

Question 12 12. Elephants have a high probability of living into middle age and adulthood. After becoming adults, their chances of dying increase greatly. Which type of survivorship curve depicts an elephant's life?

Question 13 13. In a population of birds where the young need both parents to care for them, which mating system are we likely to see?

Question 14 14. Which of the following reproductive behaviors can be easily observed?

Question 15 15. In the case of the bluehead wrasse, which of the following usually happens?

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Question 16 16. Having a brightly colored tail makes male peacocks more visible to predators. Why would a female peacock select a male with a large, brightly colored tail?

Question 17 17. Animals who are hermaphrodites need to do which one of the folllowing?

Question 18 18. Select the statement that is TRUE about animal reproduction and development.

Question 19 19. Which of the following describes a zygote?

Question 20 20. Small mammals, such as rabbits, have many predators and are often hunted by humans or killed on the roadways. They often die at various ages. This is an example of which type of survivorship?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following types of reproductive ability is the LEAST conducive to genetic diversity?

Question 22 22. The bluehead wrasse is an example of a fish that:

Question 23 23. Which of the following is an example of intrasexual selection?

Question 24 24. Which of the following is an example of sexual dimorphism?

Question 25 25. ___ is a state where a living organism has male and female reproductive organs and functions as a male and a female during sexual reproduction.

Animal Reproduction & Development Chapter Exam Instructions

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