Quiz 1 - BIOL/ECOL 3500 Wednesday 21 September 2005...

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First quiz. 50 minutes duration. 26 SCAIITRON questions (arabic n-umerals l'26), each worth F oi"ts per question, plus two bonus points. Choose one, ONLY ONE, of the extra credit sets, ....four qudstiois per sei . ...if you wish Some extra credit. Total value of this exam is 158 points, or l3%o of your course grade, plus a possible 24 extra credit points. Carpe diem! BIOL/ECOL 3500: Wednesday, 21 September 2005, 8:00-8:50am. Name: TA's name! I.D. Number: Lab day and time: F 1,c,15 - tl'.50 I agree to abide by the University of Georgia Academic Code of Honor. Suggestions for excellence in SCANTRON exams: 1. Sign both your exam packet and your SCANTRON answer sheet_immediately, ald tu.rn po-th in m [re proct6r when you leave the exam room. On the first page of your.exam packet include your narne, ID#, lab TA name, lab section and lab day. Please write legibly! 2. MAKE SURE BOTH YOUR NAME AND YOUR STUDENT I.D. NUMBER ARE WRrrTEN AND gUegLpO ON TI{E SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET! The computer searches/sorts by I.D. Number. 2. Mark the SCANTRON answer sheet carefully, preferably with a#2 pencil. Fill the entfue circle. Don't mark your answer sheet until you arc sure of the choice.- If ygu change an answer, erase all vestiges of the previous mark, or the computer will disiegard all marks. 3. Make sure your chosen answer corresponds with the number marked on your answer sheel Cries for mercy that you knew the correcf answer but accidentally did not mark the colrect number will not carry the day. 4. Read your altemative choices very carefully before choosing a correct answer. SCANTRON questioni should be challenging but irot devioirs; we try. There is usually a key word that quickly eliminates a wrong choice. 5. It 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. 6. You may choose ONE set of extra credit questions. Choose-only one- sel If you mark one or more questions on both sets, the computer will give no extra credit, regardless of your answers.
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ECOL/BIOL 3500 - General Ecology Quiz I 2l September20O4 t' 01. Which hdaptation might not provide an organism with an increased capacity (fitness) to tolerate very cold conditions? b) counter curent blood ckculation in the legs and feet 02. ol. c) solar radiation cannot reach the hypolimnion. d) benthic nutrients become available in the epilimnion. e) the summer solstice occurs on the 2lst of June. Many land forms are actually ancient seabeds. Why are these ancient seabeds usually composed of CaCO3 and not NaCl, given that Na and Cl occur in sea water at much higher concentrations than Ca-and COg? a) Uplifted NaCl deposits are rapidly dissolves by the natural acidity of rain water. @CuCOr
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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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Quiz 1 - BIOL/ECOL 3500 Wednesday 21 September 2005...

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