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Quiz 2 - Dr/LLAon BfOL/ECOL 3500 Monday L0 October 2005...

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Dr /LLAon BfOL/ECOL 3500: Monday, L0 October 2005, 8:00-8:50am. Second quiz. 50 minutes duration. 26 SCANTRON questions (arabic numerals l-Xi),each worth six points per question, plus two bonus points. Choose one, ONLY ONE, of the extra credit sets, .... four questions per set" .... if you wish some extra credit. Total value of this exam is 158 points, or .l3vo of your course grade, plus a possible 24 extra credit points. Carpe diem! Name:# TA,sname: I.D. Numb"r, t Lab day and time: D . E?1( 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, and turn both in to the proctor when you leave the exam room. On the first page'of your exam packet, include your name, 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 WRITTEN AND BUBBLED ON THE SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET! The computer searches/sorts by I.D. Number. 2. Mark the SCAI.{TRON answer sheet carefully, preferably wittr a#2 pencil. Fill the entire circle. Don't mark your answer sheet until you are sure of the choice. If you change an answer, erase all vestiges of the previous mark, or the computer will disregard all marks. 3. Make sure your chosen answer corresponds with the number marked on your answer sheet. Cries for mercy that you knew the correct answer but accidentally did not mark the correct number will not carry the day. 4. Read your alternative choices very carefully before choosing a correct answer. SCANTRON questions should be challenging but not devious; 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. t\. /. i
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k 7r/, +lNr^ ECOI /BIOL 3500 - General Ecology Quiz 2 l0 October 2fi)5 1. GPP is defined as .... a) total energy available for autotroph production of growth and reproductive products. b) totirl energy available to the decomposers by.autotrophs. c) total enerlgy available tg the herbivore food chain. ! ' d) total autochthonous energy available to an ecosystem. -(G}ttal energy assimilated by photosynthesis. I .y 2. o#/tthe following would be a logicai explanation for a limitation in the length (number of nodes) of a food chain? @ld Law of rhermodynamics \_/ . b) foodweb structural complexity c) resistance to carnivory d) lst Law of Thermodynamics f-O)timiteO biodiversity of higher order consumers t S. Wttich statement wduld"be false? A mycorrhizal relationrlib ....
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