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Unformatted text preview: hat most adult immigrants were skilled in England in the 1630's? farming or crafts, were literate, and were organized in I. Most of them were clergy. families. Each of these characteristics sharply distinguishes II. Some of them offered a religious explanation the 21,000 people who left for New England in the 1630's for their immigration. from most of the approximately 377,000 English people III. They did not offer any reasons for their who had immigrating, to America by 1700. immigration until some time after they With respect to their reasons for immigrating, Cressy had immigrated. does not deny the frequently noted fact that some of the IV. They were more likely than the average immi grants of the 1630's, most notably the organizers and immigrant to be motivated by material clergy, advanced religious explanations for departure, but considerations. he finds that such explanations usually assumed primacy (A) I only only in retrospect. When he moves beyond the principal (B) II only actors, he finds that religious explanations were less (C) II and III only frequently offered and he concludes that most people (D) I, III, and IV only immigrated because they were recruited by promises of (E) II, III, and IV only material improvement. (155 words) 5.The passage suggests that the majority of those English people who had i mmigrated to America by the late seventeenth century were (A) clergy (B) young children (C) organized in families (D) skilled in crafts (E) illiterate 149 Traditionally, pollination by wind has been viewed as scale-bract complexes on ovule-bearing pine cones, where a reproductive process marked by random events in the female reproductive organs of conifers are located, is which the vagaries of the wind are compensated for by important to the production of airflow patterns that spiral the generation of vast quantities of pollen, so that the o ver the cone's surfaces, thereby passing airborne pollen ultimate production of new seeds is assured at the from one scale to the next. However, these patterns expense of producing much more pollen than is actually cannot be viewed as an adaptation to wind pollination used. Because the potential hazards pollen grains are because the spiral arrangement occurs in a number of subject to as they are transported over long distances are non-wind-pollinated plant lineages and is regarded as a enormous, wind-pollinated plants have, in the view above, characteristic of vascular plants, of which conifers are compensated for the ensuing loss of pollen through only one kind, as a whole. Therefore, the spiral happenstance by virtue of producing an amount of pollen arrangement is not likely to be the result of a direct that is one to three orders of magnitude greater than the adaptation to wind pollination. amount produced by species pollinated by insects. (453 words) However, a number of features that are characteristic of wind-pollinated plants reduce pollen waste. For example, many wind-pollinated species fai...
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