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Lab 15 Population Genetics Lab Report Experiment 1: Genetic Variation

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Question;Lab 15 Population Genetics Lab ReportExperiment 1: Genetic VariationAfter completing Experiment 1 answer the following questions1. What is the gene pool of beaker #1?2. What is the gene pool of beaker #2?3. What is the gene frequency of beaker #1?4. What is the gene frequency of beaker #2?5. What can you say about the genetic variation between these populations?Experiment 2: Genetic DriftAfter completing experiment 2, answer the following:1. What observations can you make regarding the gene pool and gene frequency of the surviving individuals?2. Do the results vary between the populations represented by beakers #1, #2 and #3? Why or why not?3. What observations can you make about the genetic variation between the parent and surviving populations?Experiment 3: Stochastic EventsAfter completing Experiment 3 answer the following:1. What observations can you make regarding the gene pool and gene frequency of the founding individuals?2. Do these results vary between the populations founded by beakers #1, #2 and #3? Why or why not?3. What observations can you make about the genetic variation between the parent and founding populations?4. Suppose you have a population of 300 butterflies. If the population experiences a net growth of 12% in the following year, how many butterflies do you have?Diversity1. Can Archaea live in water that is above the boiling point? (Points: 1)Question 2.2. What is the common name for cyanobacteria? (Points: 1)Question 3.3. Are bacteria found in the ice of Antarctica? (Points: 1)Question 4.4. Bacteria are very important in the ecosystem cycling of what element? (Points: 1)Question 5.5. What diseases are caused by spirochetes? (Points: 1)Question 6.6. What is the main characteristic of the Foraminifera? (Points: 1)Question 7.7. Are most of the Ciliata free-living or parasitic? (Points: 1)Question 8.8. You would find 90% of the Dinoflagellates in the ____. (Points: 1)Question 9.9. Which of the following has bioluminescence: (Points: 1)ForaminiferaCiliataDinoflagellatesQuestion 10.10. What is the name of the type of fungus that inhabits the roots of most plants and provides nutritional benefits to the plants? (Points: 1)Question 11.11. A fungus is made up of filaments called what? (Points: 1)Question 12.12. Fungi have cell walls made of what? (Points: 1)Question 13.13. What is a lichen? be specific (Points: 1)Question 14.14. What is the common name for members of the Sphenophyta (found commonly in wetter Iowa roadside ditches)? (Points: 1)Question 15.15. What were the members of the Sphenophyta doing 300 million years ago? (Points: 1)Question 16.16. What are the 2 main groups of seed plants? (Points: 1)Question 17.17. What is a cycad? (Points: 1)Question 18.18. What are the 2 main groups of flowering plants, based on differences in their cotyledons, and give an example of each? (Points: 1)Question 19.19. The fossil record on the origin and early history of angiosperms (Anthophyta) is very ___.Question 20.20. Pick 2 groups (4 points for each) of metazoans and provide the following information about each. 1) give the common names of several members of the group 2) give a 1-3 sentence statement about some aspect of its a) fossil record, b) ecology, and c) morphology. You can choose any group for which the museum is not "under construction" with the exception of the chordate group which you will explore below. (Points: 8)Question 21.21. Which of the following groups is most closely related to chordates:(Points: 1)starfishlobstersclamsQuestion 22.22. The first vertebrates were jawless. What are some living jawless vertebrates? (Points: 1)Question 23.23. The first vertebrates appeared in which of the following:(Points: 1)oceanfresh waterlandQuestion 24.24. What are tetrapods? (Points: 1)Question 25.25. What is the main purpose of amniotic eggs? (Points: 1)Question 26.26. According to this website, how many mya (million years ago) did amniotes first appear? (Points: 1)100's mya200's mya300's mya400's myaQuestion 27.27. What are the most common groups of amniotes living today? (Points: 1)reptilesbirdsmammalsall of the aboveQuestion 28.28. To what does the name amphibian refer? (Points: 1)Question 29.29. According to this website, when did tetrapods first begin living on the land? (Points: 1)360 mya240 mya120 mya4,000 yaQuestion 30.30. What are the classes of amphibians? (Points: 1)AnuraUrodelaGymnohionaall of the aboveQuestion 31.31. What is the common name of animals belonging to the Anapsida (Points: 1)Question 32.32. Does the oldest known fossil of a turtle have teeth? (Points: 1)Question 33.33. Which of the following have diapsid skulls:(Points: 1)birdsmammalsreptilesQuestion 34.34. Dinosaurs ruled from ___________ million years ago to __________ mya? (Points: 1)2000 BC to 500 BC100 mya to 1 mya600 mya to 200 mya225 mya to 65 myano one knows for certainQuestion 35.35. Are pterosaurs (flying reptiles) dinosaurs? (Points: 1)Question 36.36. Comment on the statement: "Everything big and dead is a dinosaur": (Points: 1)Question 37.37. Could a Stegosaurus have ever fought a Tyrannosaurus rex like you see in so many movies? (Points: 1)Question 38.38. Is it possible that there any descendants of dinosaurs living today? explain (Points: 1)Question 39.39. Why is a Pelycosaurs important in our "geologic history" according to this website? (Points: 1)Question 40.40. According to this webstie, mammals have been one of the dominant terrestrial vertebrate since when? (Points: 1)

 

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