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7/25/17, 6:58 PM Quiz: Final Exam Page 1 of 13 Final Exam Started: Jul 25 at 6:57pm Quiz Instruc ! ons Answer the questions. 2 pts Question 1 A recognition that only science produces true truth. A way of saying that knowledge is unknowable. A refusal to engage in constructive debate. A recognition that as new evidence is uncovered and as new human needs arise, we must re-evaluate what we consider to be true. What is provisional truth? 4 pts ! HTML Editor Question 2 Why is it important to remind ourselves that scientific truth is provisional? ± ² ³ ´ ´ µ · ¸ ¹ º » ¼ ½ ¾ ¿ À Á Â " # Ã Ä 12pt Paragraph
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7/25/17, 6:58 PM Quiz: Final Exam Page 2 of 13 p Å 3 pts Question 3 homo sapiens Homo sapien Homo sapiens Hmo Spains Homosapiens Homo sapien What is the Latin name for your species? 3 pts Question 4 The organism who was selected reproduced itself. The organism who was selected stood out from the environment. The organism who was selected was able to spend its father's money wisely. The organism who was selected inherited the best genes. The organism who was selected lived the longest. The organism who was selected was the strongest. If you are an organism who has been "selected," what does that mean? In other words, no matter what form of selection has taken place, what does natural selection come down to? 3 pts Question 5 Below are the three levels on which evolution occurs. After each level an evolutionary process is named.
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7/25/17, 6:58 PM Quiz: Final Exam Page 3 of 13 gene: genetic drift; organism: natural selection; population: mutation gene: natural selection; organism: mutation: population genetic drift gene: mutation; organism: genetic drift; population: natural selection gene: natural selection; organism: genetic drift; population: mutation gene: mutation; organism: genetic drift; population; natural selection gene: mutation; organism: natural selection; population: genetic drift Which answer correctly matches the level to the process? 3 pts Question 6 Protein synthesis is the process through which cells capture DNA and chemically "force" it to do their "bidding." Protein synthesis is the process through which cells decay, also known as necrosis.
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