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Unformatted text preview: considerable detail. (156 words) 6.Which of the following best describes the organization
of the passage? F or the following question, consider each of the (A) An evaluation is made, and aspects of the evaluation choices separately and select all that apply are expanded on with supporting evidence. 4.The author of the passage implies that Wilson's (B) A theory is proposed, and supporting examples are examination of Pilgrim's Regress provided. A was disproportionately long relative to the amount of (C) A position is examined, analyzed, and rejected. effort Lewis devoted to writing Pilgrim's Regress (D) A contradiction is described, then the points of B was more extensive than warranted because of the contention are evaluated and reconciled. relative unimportance of Pilgrim's Regress (E) Opposing views are presented and evaluated, then C is not as coherent as his treatment of Till We Have modifications are advocated. Faces 172 The two claws of the mature American lobster are 8.It can be inferred that of the two laboratory decidedly different from each other. The crusher claw is environments mentioned in the passage, the one with short and stout; the cutter claw is long and slender. This oyster chips was designed to bilateral asymmetry begins to appear in the juvenile sixth (A) prove that the presence of oyster chips was not stage of development. One possible explanation is that necessary for the development of a crusher differential use of the claws determines their asymmetry; claw. the claw that is used more becomes the crusher. (B) prove that the relative length of time that the To test this hypothesis, researchers raised lobsters in the lobsters were exposed to the oyster-chip juvenile fourth and fifth stages of development in a en vironment had little impact on the develop ment laboratory environment in which the lobsters could of a crusher claw manipulate oyster chips. Under these conditions, the (C) eliminate the environment as a possible influence lobsters developed asymmetric claws, half with crusher in the development of a crusher claw claws on the left, and half with crusher claws on the right. (D) control on which side the crusher claw develops In contrast, when juvenile lobsters were reared in a smooth (E) simulate the conditions that lobsters encounter tank without the oyster chips, the majority developed two in their natural environment cutter claws. This unusual configuration of symmetrical
cutter claws did not change when the lobsters were 9.Which of the following conditions does the subsequently placed in a manipulatable environment or passage suggest is a possible cause for the failure when they lost and regenerated one or both claws. of a lobster to develop a crusher claw? (165 words) (A) The loss of a claw during the third or earlier
stage of development 7.The passage is primarily concerned with (B) The loss of a claw during the fourth or fifth (A) drawing an analogy between asymmetry in stage of development lobsters and handed...
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