Ecology 2012 #6

Ecology 2012 #6 - " T h e h i g h e r y i e l d o...

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Michael Pollan - The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals T h e h i g h e r y i e l d o
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Moodle # 6 due by 8 PM Sunday 2/5/12 This is worth 3 points. Write one good multiple-choice or true/false question. This may not be a question that has already been asked in lecture or discussion. This may not be a question that can simply be answered by recall alone. Answer your question. Explain how another student should proceed to best answer your question and explain why you think that this is a good question. 1 pt Question 1 pt Answer 1 pt Explanations of how to answer your question and why it is a good question exam question. Last name begins with A-H Lecture 1 or 2, I-P Lecture 3 or 4, R-Z Lecture 5 or 6. You may want to research and write out your answer
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Study Guide #1 covering 1/23-2/3 is on Learn@ UW Use this a guide to help you strategize how to prepare and how to improve your skills at answering questions. I am still providing comments on Moodle #4 and will only have limited if any comments on Moodle #5. The answer was Osage Orange and the main connection was that a co-evolved disperser is now extinct and that dispersal is dependent on humans. If you had trouble viewing the photo, I accepted any submitted answer. In the future, it’s probably best to use Firefox as your browser.
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