网上真钱捕鱼平台|有没有稳定一点的捕鱼平台
您的位置:三立在線 > SAT頻道頁 > 真題答案 > 2019SAT真題 > 2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇
咨詢熱線:400-808-3771

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇

2019-04-24 17:36 三立在線 admin

分享到: 0

摘要:2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇: 科學文章生物類,這篇文章主要講的是克羅地亞在地中海上兩個島嶼的蜥蜴進化關系,從PK島引入到PM島的五只蜥蜴在短短的36年內不斷繁衍進化,由昆蟲食性轉變為植物食性,因此在身形骨架,嘴部撕咬能力以及腸道消化系統,甚至在領地意識上對比起祖先都發生了驚人改變和進化。 具體真題截

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇:

科學文章生物類,這篇文章主要講的是克羅地亞在地中海上兩個島嶼的蜥蜴進化關系,從PK島引入到PM島的五只蜥蜴在短短的36年內不斷繁衍進化,由昆蟲食性轉變為植物食性,因此在身形骨架,嘴部撕咬能力以及腸道消化系統,甚至在領地意識上對比起祖先都發生了驚人改變和“進化”。

具體真題截圖如下:

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇
2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇
2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇
2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇

2019年3月亞太SAT真題閱讀部分第三篇答案:

21、C

22、A

23、C

24、D

25、D

26、D

27、A

28、B

29、D

30、C

31、A

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第三篇文字版真題:

There are two small islets off the Croatian coast called Pod Kopiste and Pod Mrcaru. In 1971 a population of common Mediterranean lizards, Podarcis sicula, which mainly eat insects, was present on Pod Kopiste but there were none on Pod Mrcaru. In that year experimenters transported five pairs of Podarcis sicula from Pod Kopiste and released them on Pod Mrcaru. Then, in 2008, another group of mainly Belgian scientists, associated with Anthony Herrel, visited the islands to see what had happened.

They found a flourishing population of lizards on Pod Mrcaru, which DNA analysis confirmed were indeed Podarcis sicula. These are presumed to have descended from the original five pairs that were transported. Herrel and his colleagues made observations on the descendants of the transported lizards,

and compared them with lizards living on the original ancestral island. There were marked differences.

The scientists made the probably justified assumption that the lizards on the ancestral island, Pod Kopiste, were unchanged representatives of the ancestral lizards of thirty-six years before. In other words, they presumed they were comparing the evolved lizards of Pod Mrcaru with their unevolved ‘ancestors’ (meaning their contemporaries but of ancestral type) on Pod Kopiste. Even if this presumption is wrong – even if, for example, the lizards of Pod Kopiste have been evolving just as fast as the lizards of Pod Mrcaru – we are still observing evolutionary divergence in nature, over a timescale of decades: the sort of timescale that humans can observe within one lifetime.

And what were the differences between the two island populations, differences that had taken a mere thirty-seven years or so to evolve?* Well, the Pod Mrcaru lizards – the ‘evolved’ population – had significantly larger heads than the ‘original’ Pod Kopiste population: longer, wider and taller heads. This translates into a markedly greater bite force. A change of this kind typically goes with a shift to a more vegetarian diet and, sure enough, the lizards of Pod Mrcaru eat significantly more plant material than the ‘ancestral’ type on Pod Kopiste. From the almost exclusive diet of insects (arthropods, in the terms of the graph opposite) still enjoyed by the modern Pod Kopiste population, the lizards on Pod Mrcaru had shifted to a largely vegetarian diet, especially in summer.

Why would an animal need a stronger bite when shifting to a vegetarian diet? Because plant, but not animal, cell walls are stiffened by cellulose. Herbivorous mammals like horses, cattle and elephants have great millstone-like teeth for grinding cellulose, quite different from the shearing teeth of carnivores and the needly teeth of insectivores. And they have massive jaw muscles, and correspondingly robust skulls

for the muscle attachments (think of the stout midline crest along the top of a gorilla’s skull).*

Vegetarians also have characteristic peculiarities of the gut. Animals generally can’t digest cellulose without the aid of bacteria or other micro-organisms, and many vertebrates set aside a blind alley in the gut called the caecum, which houses such bacteria and acts as a fermentation chamber (our appendix is a vestige of the larger caecum in our more vegetarian ancestors). The caecum, and other parts of the gut, can become quite elaborate in specialist herbivores. Carnivores usually have simpler guts than herbivores, and smaller too. Among the complications that become inserted in herbivore guts are things called caecal valves. Valves are incomplete partitions, sometimes muscular, which can serve to regulate or slow down the flow of material through the gut, or simply increase the surface area of the interior of the caecum. The picture on the left shows the caecum cut open in a related species of lizard which eats a lot of plant material. The valve is indicated by the arrow. Now, the fascinating thing is that, although caecal valves don’t normally occur in Podarcis sicula and are rare in the family to which it belongs, those valves have actually started to evolve in the population of P. sicula on Pod Mrcaru, the population that has, for only the past thirty-seven years, been evolving towards herbivory. The investigators discovered other evolutionary changes in the lizards of Pod Mrcaru. The population density increased, and the lizards ceased to defend territories in the way that the ‘ancestral’ population on Pod Kopiste did.

I should repeat that the only thing that is really exceptional about this whole story, and the reason I am telling it here, is that it all happened so extremely rapidly, in a matter of a few decades: evolution before our very eyes.

2019年3月SAT亞太真題——前兩篇閱讀真題,請查看:

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第一篇

2019年3月亞太SAT真題及答案-閱讀部分第二篇

 

需要下載的同學,請點擊以下兩個按鈕,獲取真題!

相關字搜索:   

Copyright ?2004-2018 www.nqqtu.tw All Rights Resserved 三立在線版權所有

咨詢電話:400-808-3771 地址:上海市靜安區愚園路172號B座12樓

關于我們 網站地圖

滬ICP備16042710號-7

京公網安備 11010802021370號













無法在這個位置找到: kefu_code.htm 网上真钱捕鱼平台 丰合棋牌app下载 3d专家预测组三组六方法 国彩合买是怎么回事 北京时时彩pc28走势图 E游彩游戏 卖喝的油茶赚钱吗 广东26选5走势图 内蒙古11选5开奖结果 上海时时彩查开奖结果查询 拉菲彩票苹果