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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Are sexually reproducing organisms able to compete with asexually reproducing organisms?
(a) No, never.
(b) Only when they are genetically engineered.
(c) Yes, always.
2. Sexual reproduction is ___________ to keep the parasites and diseases off guard by creating new variations through each generation.
(a) Not an easy way.
(b) An inefficient means.
(c) Not able.
(d) An attempt.
3. Sexual reproduction benefits _____________.
(b) One member of the same organism versus another member of that same organisim.
(c) No one.
(d) Only humans, not other organisms.
4. In Chapter 5, the animals are unsure of _____________.
(a) The male knowing if the egg is his.
(b) Being able to find a suitable mate.
(c) Passing desirable genes to offspring.
(d) What their mate thinks of them.
5. What is the "good genes" theory?
(a) More attractive males will produce beautiful children.
(b) Smart people are attracted to other smart people.
(c) Beautiful children are evil.
(d) More attractive people make smart people.
Short Answer Questions
1. Instead of scientists concentrating on why humans are the way they are, they should concentrate on _________.
2. How do organisms compete during evolution?
3. What is the primary purpose of sexual reproduction that is very beneficial for all offspring?
4. What is lekking?
5. Through sexual reproduction, what are offspring dealt?
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