Bio 161 Quiz. 1.What is the name of Bio 161D? 2. What is the last letter of your instructor’s name?

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  • Bio 161 Quiz
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  • 1.What is the name of Bio 161D?
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  • 2. What is the last letter of your instructors name?
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  • 3.Yes or NO: does Bio 161D cover Heredity?
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  • 4. What book may benefit your performance in most of your courses?
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  • 5. How many midterm exams are there in Bio 161D?
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  • Q6. The northern part of Belgium is called __________; the southern part of Belgium is called ______________.
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  • Q7. When does Bio 161D lecture meet?
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  • Q8. Bio 161 covers three topics: (a) (b) (c)
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  • Q9. You find this painting in
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  • Q10. In determining the grade of Bio161D the daily quizzes count as much as
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  • Q11. Bio 161 is organized in five blocks. What is the missing block? 1.Adaptation to the abiotic environment. 2.Adaptation to the biotic environment. 3. Traits are inherited from parents to offspring. 4.The crust of the earth changes continuously 5.??
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  • Q12. What is a correct belief or activity about learning?? 1.People are naturally good learners. 2.The amount of time spent studying is irrelevant. 3.Highlighting aids learning. 4.Take copious amounts of lecture notes. 5.Effective instruction results in successful course performance.
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  • Q13. For you to be successful in college, reaching your goal should be a .
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  • Q14. What is the central thesis of Kiewras book?
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  • Q15. What is a correct belief or activity about learning? A.The amount of time spent studying is irrelevant. B.People are naturally good learners. C.Highlighting is an important learning tool. D.Take copious amounts of lecture notes. E.Effective instruction results in successful course performance.
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  • Q16. If you are truly motivated to become a doctor, surgeon, veterinarian, dentist, . etc., being successful in Bio161 should be a ________
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  • Q3. What is the central thesis of Kiewras book?
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  • Q4. The table that identifies the periods when you are in class, will study for particular courses, and identifies your leisure time is called a A. Semester schedule. B. Block schedule. C. Weekly schedule. D. Daily schedule. E. Daily to-do list.
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  • Q5. I am not good at tests really reflects a(n) A. Girl(boy)friend problem B. Psychological problem C. Learning deficiency D. Study problem E. Attention deficit
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  • Enhancing your motivation to learn entails 4 steps (DIFS): Increase your desire (wanting to accomplish your goals), strengthen your intention (planning to meet these goals), improve your focus Sustain your efforts Q17. What is the meaning of FOCUS in this list?
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  • Q7. What is worrisome about the following study schedule? Class (Hrs) Study (Hrs) Other (Hrs) Biology452 (lab) Chemistry463 (lab) Latin44 GW32 Boxing 20 + meet. Eating15 Q8. What is this students intended priority in college?
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  • Q18. A key to your success and to stick to your schedules is to learn to say: ________.
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  • Q1. Learning different pieces of information to build a (new) concept is (often) akin to building a _________________.
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  • Q2. Linking individual bits of information of a reading (section) or lecture (part) in a single picture is to make ______________.
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  • Q3. To organize the list of living organisms you encountered on your way to class you use a ____________.
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  • Q4. A matrix representation is especially useful if you seek to _______________ different topics.
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  • Q3. As you listen to a lecture on pollination of flowers by bees you recall the honeybees around the flowers in your grandmothers garden. You are making _________________.
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  • Q6. Kiewra advices to prepare information for learning using REPRESENTATIONS. What is another word for representations?
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  • Q1. The acronym COAST summarizes the process of converting ___________
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  • Q2. The letters ST in COAST stand for ____________
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  • Q3. A notebook starts with lecture/reading/discussion notes. What two properties are most helpful when taking lecture notes?
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  • Q4. Reorganizing information and adding questions, comments, clarifications, applications, and predictions to your notebook constitutes __________ learning.
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  • Q5. What tools are employed to (re)organize your notes?
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  • Q6. The letter C in COAST stands for __________
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  • Q7. In the acronym COAST the letter O stands for ______________ and the letter A stands for _____________.
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  • Q2. We measured the average temperature and precipitation of three biomes. What do you conclude from the results?
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  • Harry Potter: The Half blood Prince.
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  • Q1. The Half Blood Prince book Advanced Potion Making reflects _____________ learning.
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  • Q2. What determines the nature of the biomes at polar latitudes?
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  • Q3. What determines the nature of biomes at tropical latitudes?
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  • Q4. We measured the average temperature and precipitation of three biomes. What do you conclude from the observations?
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  • Q1. What are the two assumptions that underlie the (natural) sciences?
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  • Q2. Science is said to be MATERIALISTIC. Explain.
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  • Q3. A way of knowing in which ideas are considered immutable, and revealed, and taught by authority is called:
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  • Q4. Foundational knowledge of an entire science discipline, tested many times and withstood the test of time, and accepted by the vast majority of its practitioners is called a
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  • Q5. What is the nature of the evidence on which science is based?
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  • Q6. Doing science and its quest to understand can be seen as ________________ learning.
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  • Q7. Explain the SCIENCE meaning of the word theory in expressions such as Evolution theory.
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  • Q6. Regarding our quest to know understand ourselves and the world in which we live science, religion, philosophy, art, literature, and music are _________________.
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  • Q5. when you consider making an electronic notebook you look for a computer that:
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  • Q1. What are two guiding principles when taking notes in lecture?
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  • Q2. What does biology, religious studies, and music have in common?
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  • Q3. COAST summarizes the steps in making a notebook. What tools are especially useful to do the O of coast?
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  • Q4. What is the scientific meaning of the word Theory in Evolution Theory?
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  • Q5. One person concludes climate is changing the other person maintains it is not. Under which condition can both be equally correct?
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  • Q1. Formulation of concepts or models to explain observations and experimental results and the design of follow-up experiments require both ___________ and __________.
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  • Q2. Experiments that most convincingly confirm or falsify an hypothesis are those that test the hypothesis __________________.
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  • Q3. What should the gentlemen be doing?
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  • Q4. What (most important) elevates a scientific publication above the level of an opinion, commentary, or blog?
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  • Ragweed season, which lasts from about mid- August to October in many parts of the United States, can bring misery to the estimated 36 million Americans with seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever). Q5. What is wrong with the following information?
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  • Q7. Describe the (general) sequence of activities through which science progresses.
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  • Q7. Explain why trust is an essential factor of the scientific enterprise and why its violation is so tragic for the discipline and humanity.
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  • Q8. Why do journals that publish results of drug tests require that authors declare their affiliations with pharmaceutical companies?
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  • Q1. The part of the earth containing all living organisms and the non-living component with which they interact is called the _______________
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  • Q2. The lithosphere is ____________.
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  • Q3. Whereas biomes are determined by specific ___________________, realms are characterized by their unique ___________________.
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  • Q4. The realm bounded on the North by a desert, on the west by the Atlantic Ocean and the East by the Indian Ocean is called the ________________.
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  • Q5. Commercial planes cross the continent in the upper layers of the A.Ozone layer. B.Troposphere. C.Mesosphere. D.Stratosphere. E.Atmosphere.
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  • Q6. As one travels ever higher in the troposphere, temperature ___________.
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  • Q7. The ozone layer protect against A.Acne. B.Sunburn. C.Skin cancer. D.Colon cancer. E.Skin abscesses.
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  • Q8. Tundra, taiga, and chaparral are examples of A.Realms. B.Biomes. C.Skin conditions. D.Dog breeds. E.Atmospheric parts.
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  • Q1. During a transatlantic flight you travel through the a.Mesosphere. b.Stratosphere. c.Troposphere. d.Lithosphere. e.Ecosphere.
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  • Q2. The realm that comprises Asia SOUTH of the Himalayan mountains is called _________.
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  • Q3. The Nearctic comprises ___________.
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  • Q4. On what basis are animals and plants grouped in a particular biome?
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  • Q1. Climate zones (cold, temperate, tropical) encircle as bands the globe because (1) _________ and (2) ___________
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  • Q2. Chloro-fluoro-carbons (CCl 2 F 2 or Freon) destroy _________ and increase ____________
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  • Q3. The seasonal climate of the higher latitudes results because (1) __________ and (2) _____________.
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  • Q4. On the autumnal equinox the sun is perpendicular to A, B, or C? A B C
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  • Q5. From the graph you conclude that energy input at the pole is (a) _____ (b) _____
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  • Q6. During the Winter Solstice, relative to the sun the earth is in position _______? A B C D
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  • Q1. Warm air _______, forming a zone of _______ pressure.
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  • Q2. As rising air _________, its water-holding capacity ___________.
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  • Q3. At what latitudes do you find permanent zones of low pressure?
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  • Q4. You find major deserts.
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  • Q5. Winds leave the A.0 degree latitudes. B.30 degree latitudes. C.60 degree latitudes.
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  • Q6. What two factors explain why the western slopes of a mountain are wet and the eastern slopes of that mountain are dry?.
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  • Q1. The doldrums characterize a permanent zone of ________ air and ___________ pressure at the _________.
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  • Q2. Trade winds of the northern hemisphere blow from the ________ and those of the southern hemisphere blow from the _________.
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  • Q3. What is the Inter-Tropical Convergence zone ?
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  • Q4. The California current brings ice- cold polar water to the coast of California. Use a simple schematic to explain, why summers are dry in coastal plains of, e.g., Los Angeles.
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  • Q5. Hurricanes and Tropical depressions (storms) that threaten the US East coast are formed in equatorial Africa. What brings such hurricanes and storms to the US East coast?
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  • Q6. Explain what happens when a cold current (e.g., Benguela Curent) flows along the coast of a subtropical region (e.g., Namibia) and ocean winds (westerlies) reach the warm coast? [This is the situation in July and August.]
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  • Q7. The Humboldt current brings cold, polar water to the coast of Equador while the Benguela current brings similarly cold, polar waters to the coast of Namibia. Why are there rich fishery grounds at the coast of Equador but not at the coast of Namibia?
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  • Q8. Where do you find westerlies?
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  • Q9. (a) When do you prefer a graph over a Table? (b) When do you prefer a Table over a graph?
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  • Q10. Olympia Forest is a temperate rainforest along the coast of Washington state and British Columbia. Explain why the region receives so much rain.
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  • Q11. Use a simple schematic to explain why the western slopes of the cascade mountains (Oregon and Washington) sprout lush vegetation and the eastern slopes are deserts.
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  • Q1. EL NINO is caused by
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  • Q2. What prevents growth of trees in the tundra?
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  • Q3. The Joshua Tree (Yucca sp.) occurs in the A.Great Basin (cold desert). B.Mojave desert. C.Chihuahua desert. D.Sonoran desert. E.Namibian desert.
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  • Q4. The Northern Boreal Forests (a) are also called ____________. (b) the forest floor (soil?) is characterized by ____________.
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  • Q5. When a field in SE Indiana is left fallow it ultimately returns to a a.Evergreen forest. b.Temperate rain forest. c.Deciduous forest. d.Prairie. e.Cold desert.
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  • Q6. The Humboldt current brings cold, polar water to the coast of Equador while the Benguela current brings similarly cold, polar waters to the coast of Namibia. Why are there rich fishery grounds at the coast of Equador but not at the coast of Namibia?
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  • Q7. The animals most typical for the grasslands are the _______________.
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  • Q8. Where are hurricanes and tropical depressions (storms) that threaten the US East coast formed? (What brings such hurricanes and storms to the US East coast?)
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  • Q9. Of the Chaparral what typifies (a) The vegetation? (b) The leaves of plants? (c) The roots of the plants?
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  • Q10. Olympia Forest is a temperate rainforest along the coast of Washington state and British Columbia. Explain why the region receives so much rain.

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