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Final Winter 2005


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1 THE NATURE OF TROPICAL FORESTS FINAL Winter 2005 Prof. Arthur C. Gibson INSTRUCTIONS: PRINT your name clearly on the Scantron 885 form. Mark the correct answer with a #2 pencil as you answer each question. Be sure that question number corresponds to the number on the Scantron form. If you do not understand a question, ask now. Be sure to answer all questions, because there is no penalty for guessing. Turn in the Scantron form; keep the exam questions. Please also complete the evaluation forms and place them in the appropriate folder. The answer key for the exam will be posted before dinnertime today on the course website. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Items 1 70 on the Scantron form. 2.8 points each. Notice that some of the questions are written in a negative format. The responses of each question are listed in alphabetical order. Select the one best answer for each. 1. Choose from the following an organism that is not an ectotherm: (a) bushmaster ( Atrox ); (b) Caribbean crocodile ( Crocodylus ); (c) green iguana ( Iguana ); (d) poison dart frogs ( Dendrobates ); (e) tree sloth ( Bradypus ). 2. Using analysis from Prandtl, when air moves faster over a bird wing versus under that wing, it creates: 3. Choose from the following a true statement: 4. The tropical crop sugar cane ( Saccharum ):
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2 5. Although not familiar to many North Americans, these animals belonging to family Viverridae are important, nocturnal, catlike carnivores of West African forests that have a special oil gland: (a) civets; (b) coatis; (c) genets; (d) ocelots; (e) a and c. 6. Nonvenomous snakes from the humid tropics are:
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