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Q35: It can be inferred from the passage that the mortality caused by agents such as predatory birds or parasites was measured in an attempt to A. develop an explanation for the existence of lepidoptera population cycles B. identify behavioral factors in lepidoptera that affect survival rates C. identify possible methods for controlling lepidoptera population growth D. provide evidence that lepidoptera populations are self-regulating E. determine the life stages of lepidoptera at which mortality rates are highest Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q36: The primary purpose of the passage is to 30
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q37: According to the passage, before the discovery of new techniques for detecting viral DNA, population ecologists believed that viral diseases ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q38: Frobisher, a sixteenth-century English explorer, had soil samples from Canada’s Kodlunarn Island examined for gold content. Because high gold content was reported, Elizabeth I funded two mining expeditions. Neither expedition found any gold there. Modern analysis of the island’s soil indicates a very low gold content. Thus the methods used to determine the gold content of Frobisher’s samples must have been inaccurate. Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends? A. The gold content of the soil on Kodlunarn Island is much lower today than it was in the sixteenth century. B. The two mining expeditions funded by Elizabeth I did not mine the same part of Kodlunarn Island. C. The methods used to assess gold content of the soil samples provided by Frobisher were different from those generally used in the sixteenth century. D. Frobisher did not have soil samples from any other Canadian island examined for gold content. E. Gold was not added to the soil samples collected by Frobisher before the samples were examined. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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