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1

Which of the following is not a form of asexual reproduction?
Select one:
a. Budding
b. Binary fission
c. Fragmentation
d. Isogamy

d. isogamy

2

Which of the following is essential for sexual reproduction to occur?
Select one:
a. Internal fertilization
b. Two separate sexes
c. Parthenogenesis
d. Joining of gametes

d. joining of gametes

3

In humans, eggs are much larger than sperm. Thus, what form of sexual reproduction to humans exhibit?
Select one:
a. Sporogamy
b. Budding
c. Oogamy/Anisogamy
d. External fertilization

c. oogamy/anisomgamy

4

If a single genotype is most fit in the environment, and the environment is not changing, natural selection will favor:
Select one:
a. Sexual reproduction
b. Asexual Reproduction
c. Hermaphroditism
d. Self-incompatibility

b. asexual reproduction

5

If the environment is harsh and/or constantly changing, natural selection will favor:
Select one:
a. Sexual reproduction
b. Asexual Reproduction
c. Hermaphroditism
d. Self-incompatibility

a. sexual reproduction

6

In order to encourage outcrossing, angiosperms practice what sexual strategy?
Select one:
a. Spore formation
b. Self-incompatibility
c. Anisogamy
d. Budding

b. self-incompatibility

7

What sexual reproductive strategy is especially beneficial for species which are widely dispersed, allowing for little contact with other organisms of that same species?
Select one:
a. Internal fertilization
b. Isogamy
c. Hermaphroditism
d. Oogamy

c. hermaphroditism

8

Pando, a large aspen colony in Utah, is considered by some to be the largest organism in the world because all the trees are connected by an extensive underground root system. What kind of reproductive strategy allows for this to occur?
Select one:
a. Stolon reproduction
b. External fertilization
c. Isogamy
d. Budding

stolon reproduction

9

Although this creates relatively little genetic diversity, prokaryotes reproduce and evolve rapidly due to:
Select one:
a. Spore formation
b. Parthenogenesis
c. Budding
d. Binary fission

d. binary fission

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