Ch. 18-19 Quiz - 1. The major problem with using cellulosic...

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The major problem with using cellulosic ethanol for biofuel is that a. production of such ethanol would compete with production of food for humans. b. breaking down cellulose requires special enzymes, which are still being developed for use  on a large scale. c. the costs associated with growing crops for cellulosic ethanol result in only a slight energy  gain. d. All of the above represent major problems with the use of cellulosic ethanol. e. None of the above represents a problem with the use of cellulosic ethanol. 2. Currently in the United States the major crop used to produce biodiesel is a. corn. b. sugarcane. c. soybeans. d. peanuts. e. alfalfa. 3. Which of the following statements about lottery models is FALSE? a. They have been applied most often to species-poor communities. b. They emphasize the role of chance.
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course BIO 22 taught by Professor Vaj during the Fall '09 term at University of Central Florida.

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Ch. 18-19 Quiz - 1. The major problem with using cellulosic...

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