FinalexamFall2004key9

FinalexamFall2004key9 - Latest revision: 12/10/04, 9:13 AM...

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Latest revision: 12/10/04, 9:13 AM By signing here, I agree to all of the terms and conditions of the exam as stated on the exam and on the course syllabus: Name ____________________________________________________ STUDENT ID Number FINAL EXAM KEY Fall Quarter, 2004 This exam should consist of 12 pages (including this top page); please check that your exam is complete. Sign your initials in the space provided on each page . Please mark your answers on the scantron sheet provided. You may use the exam as a “scratch sheet”, but we will not grade anything written on the exam. The exam has a total of 194 points; allot time to each question based upon its point value, and budget your time carefully. You have 3 hours, so you should budget your time accordingly. IMPORTANT!!! This is a closed-book, closed-note exam with NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED. When you turn in your exam, you must sign off next to your name on the master list to show that you attended the exam. To receive your final exam back, please go to the Biology Undergraduate Office in Pacific Hall. December 13-17, from 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:00pm MAKE SURE THAT YOU CORRECTLY WRITE YOUR FULL NAME ON THE SCANTRON AND BUBBLE IN YOUR STUDENT ID. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOUR STUDENT ID IS A12345678 , THEN YOU WOULD BUBBLE IN: 12345678. If your name and student ID are improperly filled out, we cannot guarantee that your exam will be graded since we will not know who filled out the scantron.
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Initials:____________________________ FINAL EXAM Page 2 of 13 total student points on this page:______ (28 pts) True or False. Each statement is either true or false. Selecting both true and false is incorrect (2 pts each). ON THE SCANTRON, FILL IN “A” IF IT IS TRUE AND “B” IF IT IS FALSE 1) T F Mushroom bodies in honey bees are used to store food for transport back to the hives. 2) T F Long-term habituation usually results in an increase in the number of synapses between nerve cells. 3) T F A fixed action pattern must always be preceded by a key stimulus. 4) T F In general, mammals can hear with a higher frequency resolution than frogs can. 5) T F Birds have the best time resolution in their hearing as compared to frogs and mammals. 6) T F When the wavelength of a sound is longer than the distance between an animal’s ears, it is not possible to determine the location of the sound source without the animal moving its head. 7) T F The active space of a pheromone varies over time. 8) T F The southern clan of resident British Columbian killer whales has greater call diversity than the northern clan. 9) T F In general, the vomeronasal organ is sensitive to a wider range of odors than the tongue. 10)
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