Unformatted text preview: questions) C. Examples of an ultimate hypothesis: 1. Morning sickness: pregnant women suffer food related nausea in early pregnancy as an adaptation that protects a developing fetus from food toxins. 2. Both proximate and ultimate “solutions” to the symptoms are appropriate. D. Example of proximate mistake (according to Dr. Sajdak): Monkey Pox 1. Drug development targeting a single amino acid might be short sighted given the ultimate prospective of evolution. 2. Ultimate view suggests a single drug may be short sighted and supports other solutions. 3. Conserved traits may be useful targets for prevention / treatment E. Satisfies the need to know!!...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Lynsajdak during the Spring '08 term at Rochester.
- Spring '08