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Exam 4, Biology 301D, 5 December, 2006 109 Points Total (32 questions, 6 pages) When finished, turn in both the Scantron and exam copy; both are required and both must be identified with your name . Your answers will be taken from the scantron, but we may need to use your exam copy to verify your key code . Personal ID number and name . Fill in the correct bubbles of your scantron with your name and 3-digit ID number. Your ID number goes in the last 3 cells of the ID number field. If you don’t know your number, ask Bull.
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Unformatted text preview: Any problem that requires us to correct your box number will cost points. Italicized phrases should be considered to be true. None, one, all, or any combination of individual answers may apply to a question unless stated otherwise (these questions are designated MTF) . Unless you are told that a question has just one answer, evaluate each option independently of the others to decide if it is correct. If any part of an option is incorrect, consider the entire option incorrect.-1-...
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course BIO 301D taught by Professor Bull during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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