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ZOOLOGY 9TH EDITION BY MILLER – TEST BANK

Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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Chapter 01
Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The study of the structure and function of cells is
A. anatomy.
B. ecology.
C. physiology.
D. cytology.
E. embryology.

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2. Ecology is the study of
A. taxonomic relationships.
B. fossil organisms.
C. the development of organisms.
D. the worldwide distribution of organisms.
E. the interaction of organisms with each other and their environment.

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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3. The study of the mechanisms of transmission of traits from parents to offspring is
A. genetics.
B. histology.
C. cytology.
D. embryology.
E. physiology.

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4. This group of diverse fish has been greatly impacted in Lake Victoria because of the
introduction of giant Nile perch in the 1950s.
A. cod
B. carp
C. trout
D. cichlids
E. lampreys

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5. What is the correct way to write the scientific name of man, HOMO SAPIENS?
A. HOMO sapiens
B. Homo sapiens
C. Homo Sapiens
D. HOMO SAPIENS
E. homo sapiens

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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6. The study of fishes is known as
A. mammalogy.
B. ornithology.
C. ichthyology.
D. herpetology.
E. entomology.

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7. The study of insects is known as
A. mammalogy.
B. herpetology.
C. ornithology.
D. entomology.
E. ichthyology.

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8. The study of amphibians and reptiles is known as
A. ornithology.
B. protozoology.
C. entomology.
D. mammalogy.
E. herpetology.

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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9. The study of birds is known as
A. ornithology.
B. herpetology.
C. mammalogy.
D. ichthyology.
E. entomology.

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10. The study of the function of organisms and their component parts is called
A. homology.
B. anatomy.
C. endocrinology.
D. systematics.
E. physiology.

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11. The man who originated the system of binomial nomenclature was
A. Robert Hooke.
B. Antone van Leeuwenhoek.
C. Karl von Linnè.
D. Charles Darwin.
E. William Harvey.

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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12. Binomial nomenclature uses a two-part unique name assigned to identify each kind of
organism. The two parts of the name are the __________ names.
A. family and phylum
B. genus and family
C. species and class
D. genus and species
E. family and species

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13. Charles Darwin published convincing evidence of evolution in
A. 1524.
B. 1703.
C. 1859.
D. 1921.
E. 1963.

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14. __________ is the study of the taxonomic classification and evolutionary relationships of
living things.
A. Physiology
B. Systematics
C. Embryology
D. Cytology
E. Entomology

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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15. The science of life is called
A. zoology.
B. ecology.
C. physiology.
D. biology.
E. paleontology.

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16. Organic evolution includes the concept that
A. humans evolved from gorillas.
B. everything evolved from amoebas.
C. organisms haven’t changed since their origins.
D. today’s organisms are a result of random processes.
E. organisms change over time.

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17. Similarity in __________ is good evidence for evolutionary relationships among animals.
A. a sequence of DNA
B. habitats
C. body coloration
D. behavioral patterns
E. feeding habits

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Chapter 01 – Zoology: An Evolutionary and Ecological Perspective
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18. Put these taxonomic categories in order from the one that is the broadest to the one that is
the most specific: D-domain, S-species, F-family, G-genus, K-kingdom, O-order, P-phylum,
C-class.
A. KDPOCGSF
B. DKPFCGSF
C. CDKPOGSF
D. DKPCOFGS
E. DKPCFOGS

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19. Which of the following would not be a good practice in the conservation of endangered
species?
A. Protected landscapes that may still be utilized in a sustainable fashion.
B. Zoos with established captive breeding programs for endangered species.
C. Introducing exotic species into ecosystems to serve as enhanced food sources.
D. Botanical gardens to protect, propagate, and reintroduce endangered species.
E. A global system of national parks set aside to protect large tracts of land.

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Chapter 02 – Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
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Chapter 02
Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The simplest organization of matter that exhibits the properties of life is the
A. cell.
B. tissue.
C. protein.
D. nucleic acid.
E. organism.

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2. Which of the following is part of plant cells but not animal cells?
A. mitochondria
B. endoplasmic reticulum
C. plasma membrane
D. cell wall
E. nucleus

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Chapter 02 – Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
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3. Which of the following is found in animal cells, but is not usually found in plant cells?
A. chromosomes
B. Golgi apparatus
C. mitochondria
D. plasma membrane
E. centrioles

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4. A cell in which the DNA is not bound by a membrane is said to be
A. prokaryotic.
B. organoid.
C. eukaryotic.
D. symbiotic.
E. endosymbiotic.

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5. A cell with a membrane-bound nucleus, containing DNA in organized structures called
chromosomes is said to be
A. symbiotic.
B. eukaryotic.
C. organoid.
D. prokaryotic.
E. endosymbiotic.

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Chapter 02 – Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
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6. A cell that has membrane-bound units called organelles and a cytoskeleton is said to be
A. prokaryotic.
B. organoid.
C. eukaryotic.
D. symbiotic.
E. endosymbiotic.

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7. An organelle that is used for storage and internal transport, serves as a site for attachment
of ribosomes, and makes steroids, is the
A. cytoskeleton.
B. mitochondrion.
C. lysosome.
D. endoplasmic reticulum.
E. centriole.

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8. The organelle that packages and routes the synthesized products of a eukaryotic cell is the
A. flagellum.
B. ribosome.
C. peroxisome.
D. nucleolus.
E. Golgi apparatus.

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Chapter 02 – Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
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9. These structures are an example of a microbody.
A. ribosome
B. vault
C. peroxisome
D. golgi apparatus
E. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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10. These structures have recently been shown to act as signal-receiving “antennae” for cells
that help them monitor the extracellular environment.
A. vacuoles
B. mitochondria
C. smooth endoplasmic reticulum
D. cilia
E. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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11. This organelle functions in cell division and organization of the cytoskeleton.
A. mitochondrion
B. centriole
C. endoplasmic reticulum
D. chloroplast
E. lysosome

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Chapter 02 – Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems of Animals
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12. The semifluid phase of the cytoplasm that contains organelles, vesicles, and inclusions,
and serves as a medium for metabolic reactions is the
A. nucleoplasm.
B. cytoskeleton.
C. cytosol.
D. peroxisome.
E. plasma membrane.

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13. The __________ of the mitochondria function in increasing the inner membranous surface
area.
A. centrioles
B. matrix
C. strobili
D. cristae
E. thylakoids

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14. The surface to volume ratio of a cell limits
A. the type of organelles present.
B. the organelle/microtubule volume.
C. the number of organelles present.
D. the plasma membrane/DNA volume.
E. the size a cell may reach.

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