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Title: Quiz 1 Started: January 15, 2008 8:29 PM Submitted: January 15, 2008 8:43 PM Time spent: 00:13:56  Total score: 10/10 = 100%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 10  1.
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Give approximate date for the Bronze Age    St ud en Re sp on se Va lu e Co rre ct  An sw er 1.  4, 00 ye ar ag 10 0 % Co nt ain 4, 00
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2.   What are two types of evidence for Cro Magnon human's interaction with plants?  Student Response: Neolitic art such as the paleolithic scratched image on a reindeer horn, and the use of plant- derived textiles in clothing.     Sample Correct Answer Neolithic art. Use of plant-derived textiles in clothing. Score: 2/2    3.
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  Give approximate date for the Origin of  Life  on Earth   St ud en Re sp on se Va lu e Co rre ct  An sw er 1.  3. bill ion  ye ar ag 10 0 % Co nt ain 3.
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Give approximate date for Cave Paintings    St ud en Re sp on se Va lu e Co rre ct  An sw er 1.  25 ,0 00  ye ar ag 10 0 % Co nt ain 30 ,0 00 
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  Give approximate date for Neolithic Revolution    St ud en Re sp on se Va lu e Co rre ct  An sw er 1.  10 ,0 00  ye ar ag 10 0 % Co nt ain 10 ,0 00 
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6.   What are the two main components of Plant Domestication?  Student Response: Cultivation and the selection of variants.     Sample Correct Answer Bringing a wild plant into cultivation. Selection of variants to better serve human needs. Score: 2/2    7.
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  In Reading 3-1 what does Harlan's "No Model Model" for the origin of cultivated plants refer  to?  Student Response: There isn't one single model that agriculture, or the origin of cultivated plants was soley  derived from. With all land types being different, the same model would not necessarily work  for two areas. There were several models instead.     Sample Correct Answer There is no single model for the origin of cultivated plants; rather there is an array of motives. Score: 2/2    8.
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  Define Neolithic Revolution  Student Response: The change from hunting and gathering to primitive farming.     Sample Correct Answer The abrupt change from hunting/gathering to primitive farming. Score: 2/2      
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Title: Quiz 2 Started: January 15, 2008 8:50 PM Submitted: January 15, 2008 9:06 PM Time spent: 00:16:11  Total score: 10/10 = 100%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 10  1.
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  Wheat originated in    Stud ent  Res pon se Valu e Corr ect  Ans wer Fee dba ck 1.  Ame ricas 0%      2.  Asia 100 %      3.  Afric a 0%
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  Give the author of the following works: Law of Homologous Series in Variation (1920) Centers of Origin of Crop Plants (1926)    St ud en Re sp on se Va lu e Co rre ct  An sw er 1.  N.I Va vil ov  10 0 % Co nt ain Va vil ov  (1
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  Coffee originated in    Stud ent  Res pon se Valu e Corr ect  Ans wer Fee dba ck 1.  Asia 0%      2.  Afric a 100 %      3.  Ame ricas 0%
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