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Latest revision: 6/6/07, 3:20 PM Name ____________________________________________________ STUDENT ID Number FINAL EXAM KEY BIEB 166, Animal Behavior & Communication Spring Quarter 2007 This exam should consist of 9 pages (including this top page); please check that your exam is complete. Sign your initials in the space provided on each page . Please write your answers only in the spaces provided on each page. You may use the back of the pages as a “scratch sheet”, but we will not grade anything written on the back of the page. The exam has a total of 156 points; allot time to each question based upon its point value, and budget your time carefully. You have 2.5 hours, so you should budget your time accordingly. IMPORTANT!!! 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. Good luck! MAKE SURE THAT YOU CORRECTLY WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE SCANTRON AND BUBBLE IN YOUR STUDENT ID. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOUR STUDENT ID IS A12345678 , THEN YOU WOULD BUBBLE IN: 12345678 PLEASE BEGIN MARKING YOUR ANSWERS ON THE SCANTRON!
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BIEB 166: Animal Communication & Behavior Initials:____________________________ FINAL EXAM Page 2 of 9 total student points on this page:______ VERSION A VERSION A You must bubble in the correct version on your exam! 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 A B 1) T F In some species, female snakes can deposit polarized odor trails that males can follow. 2) T F When we speak of color, chroma refers to the dominant frequency with the greatest intensity. 3) T F Photons have characteristics of both waves and particles. 4) T F In light refraction, photons bend around an object or an edge. 5) T F A Zeitgeber provides input that resets a biological clock. 6) T F In the evolution of eyes, the pigment cup eye is thought to be the ancestral eye. 7) T F Higher wind speeds increase the active space of a pheromone. 8) T F Labeled-line olfactory coding is highly efficient. 9) T F In the monkey in the mirror experiment, investigators also painted monkeys with black dots designed to be invisible against the background of a monkey's nose. 10) T F Humans perceive surface brightness based upon the absolute amount of light reflecting from the surface. 11) T F The speed of light in salt water at a depth of 10 m is less than the speed of light in a vacuum. 12) T F Diurnal predators do not have rod cells in their foveas. 13) T F Luciferase and GTP act upon luciferin to generate light. 14) T F A rabbit has a binocular field of view that extends over the top of its head. 15)
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