GS102 Introduction to Life Science Week 5 Quiz Answers

 GS102 Introduction to Life Science  Week 5 Quiz Answers

GS102 Week 5 Quiz

  1. As opposed to external fertilization, internal fertilization ensures that
  2. Vestigial organs
  3. Animals that possess both male and female sexual organs
  4. The primary male hormone is
  5. On a molecular level, all organisms
  6. Luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) are
  7. Random changes in gene frequency that occur in small populations describes the concept of
  8. Negative feedback loops act to
  9. A population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
  10. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)
  11. Chemical compounds secreted by mammals and insects to communicate sexual readiness are called
  12. Up until the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, many naturalists believed that all species of living organism(s) had been created separately and had remained unchanged since the creation. Around that time, scientific research provided findings that were contradictory to that idea. All of the following are findings that contradict the idea of a single creation. Choose the exception.
  13. Immature eggs are called
  14. Most mutations lead to a decreased chance of survival for the mutant organism. Rarely, a mutation can provide an increased chance of survival. These rare mutations provide a(n) _____________________ for the mutant
  15. Which of the following is the best description of an adaptation?
  16. Embryonic development includes all of the following except
  17. Which of the following statements about natural selection is true?
  18. Which of the following is not true of the punctuated equilibrium theory?
  19. After being produced in the seminiferous tubules, sperm mature in the
  20. This type of selection favors both extremes of the phenotype spectrum within a