Quiz 4 - ECOIJBIOL 3500 General Ecology Fourth quiz 18...

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ECOIJBIOL 3500 - General Ecology Fourth quiz 18 octoircr2oo2 ranornr ftf Fourth quiz: 50 minutes duration. 25 SCANTRON questions (arabic numerals 1-25) @ 4 points/question. Total point vaiue of this exam is 100 points, or 8o/o of your course grade. Good luck! I agree to ablde by the Georgia Academic Code University of of Honor. Sipature 1. Sign both your exam packet and your SCANTRON answer sheet immediately, and retum both to the proctor when you leave the exam room. On the first page of your exam packet, you must provide your name, 9-digit l.D. number, name of your lab TA, lab section and lab day. Initial all remaining pages of your exam, in.case the staple fails 2. MAKE SUBE BOTH YOUR [{AME AND YOUR STUDENT t.D. NUMBER 4RE WRTTTEN ON THE SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET! The computer searihes/sorts by l.D. Number. BUBBLE, BUBBLE, BUBBLE carefully! ./' 3. Mark the SCANTRON answer sheet carefully, preferably with a #2 pencil. Fill the entire circle. Don't mark your answer shOet until you are sure of the choice. ll you changO an answer, erase all vestiges of the previous mark, or the computer may recognize two marks and give no credit. 4. Make sure your chosen answer corresponds with the number marked on your sheet. Cries for mercy that you knew the correct answer but accidentally did not mark the correct number will not carry the day. 5. Read your alternative choices very carefully before choosing a correct answer. SCANTRON questions should be challenging but not devious. There is usually a key word that quickly eliminates a wrong choice, so read each word very carefully. 6. lt is occasionally possible that a question could ask for one answer but have two correct choices. You will get credit for either choice, if so.
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* % Name ss#_ ) ECOL/BIOL 3500 - General Ecology TA name- 01) Some moths look convincingly like wasps. describes this phenomenon? I-ab Day/Time- Which of the following a) symbiotic mutualism c) aposematic coloration e) crypsis A Mullerian mimicry C3b Batesian mimicry O2l ln a classic study of adaptive response by prey to predators, the observer recorded tadpole response to the presence or absence of predators (fish and dragonfly larvae) in laboratory aquaria. What was the cost to the prey for taking evasive action in this experiment? a) by avoiding dragonflies, iadpoles increased their mortality rates ' from f ish. @adpoles grew less per day because they were remaining motionless in the presence of predators instead of actively eating. c) by aggressively attacking small fish and dragonfly larvae, tadpoles were able to reduce predation rates by smaller predator sizes. d) tadpoles consistently lost their tails to fish but not dragonflies. e)
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course CHEM 1212 taught by Professor Suggs during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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