mt107 - First Midterm BioSci 1C(Winter 2007 Test form A Use...

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First Midterm - BioSci 1C (Winter, 2007). Test form A (Page 1 of 8) Use: SCANTRON FORM NO. UCD 2000 Please read these instructions: 1) Do not start the test until instructed to do so. These instructions, of course, are not actually part of the test, so you can go ahead and read them. .. I mean, they are sort-of part of the test, but not the important part. .. I mean, OK, so they are like, important , but not, like, test important, right? So, anyway. .... (We apologize for the previous segue into Valley speak, those responsible for this have been sacked.) 2) While you are waiting, fill in the following on your SCANTRON : - Write your name in the box labeled “NAME” (...am I going too fast for anybody?) - Put your student ID number in the ID number box - Fill in the bubbles corresponding to the digits in your ID number - Fill in the bubble for TEST FORM A 3) Be sure to close all backpacks/briefcases, remove all material except this test and the scantron (and, of course, pencil and eraser) from your desk, and if you want to wear a hat, turn it backwards (scientific research has shown that the presence of a hat causes a slight, but statistically significant reduction in blood flow to the brain, which may reduce your exam performance; but in a recent interview with Jerry Springer, a reliable source has claimed that turning the hat backwards will actually enhance the flow of positive cosmic forces to your brain, more than compensating for any negative effect, and this is our basis for requiring this orientation) This midterm will account for 23% of your class grade. Important: there are 3 pages at the end of the test, a gripe sheet and 2 short answer pages, with the point value for each short answer question indicated. The short answer pages must be turned in. Fill in your name at the top of the short answer pages, and hand them in along with your scantron form. The “gripe sheet” is for part 1 only - not just for any kind of gripes, but if there is any question in part 1 which you think is not clear, and want to explain your reasoning for the answer(s) that you chose, then this is the place to do it. There is no gripe sheet for the short answers because you should be explaining your reasoning as part of the short answer! If you have gripes, fill in your name at the top of the gripe sheet, and hand it in along with the scantron form. If we think your interpretation of the question and your answer to it are valid, then you will get credit. We suggest that you mark your answers on both the test and the scantron, and keep the test for your records. You should keep the test because we will be sending out the correct answers via email right after the exam, and you can check your answers against that, and also, you never know. You could become a famous scientist some day, and as part of your memorabilia, an old botany test could be worth something. ... OK, so it’s a long shot.
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First Midterm - BioSci 1C (Winter, 2006) (Page 2 of 8) 1. If you could measure the tension on the water in a xylem vessel of a transpiring plant, what would you
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2008 for the course BIS 1c taught by Professor Maloof during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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mt107 - First Midterm BioSci 1C(Winter 2007 Test form A Use...

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