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SCN307 M9: E-Ticket Quiz 

Instructions

1.  You may use your notebooks to complete this assessment.

2.  The E-ticket presents one question at a time and you cannot back up.  You will need to complete the assessment in one sitting. You do not have the option of going back and finishing at a later time.

3.  The assessment is timed. You will have 13 minutes to answer 13 questions that covers ALL of Module 9 learning.

4. E-tickets are not eligible for grace period in submitting late. All e-tickets must be completed by due date and time to be eligible for any points. 

Attempt History

 

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Time

Score

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Attempt 1

10 minutes

13 out of 13

 

Score for this quiz: 13 out of 13

Submitted Oct 21

 Question 1

1 / 1 pts

What is meant by, "nature is the supreme chemist"?

  •   nature is full of chemicals and chemical reactions
  •   nature taught humans about chemistry
  •   chemistry originated in nature
  •   nature is able to create anything it needs to sustain life and can do so in a manner not toxic to the environment

 Question 2

1 / 1 pts

What can we learn from watching animals (wild connoisseurs) and what they do and do not eat?

  •   What we should and should not eat.
  •   What items are spoiled.
  •   What plants are native to an area.
  •   We can learn about what foods are healing foods, what foods to avoid and what foods can alter our chemical make up (delay birth, etc).

 Question 3

1 / 1 pts

What is a plant's best warfare?

  •   Thorns to ward off pests who want to eat them.
  •   Synthetic compounds.
  •   Chemical because the voracious appetites of pests, put plants under constant stress.
  •   Toxins in their stems.

 Question 4

1 / 1 pts

What research is happening at Duke University?

  •   The chemical make up of plants and how they ward off predators.
  •   Research on what primates are consumings and when.
  •   Scientist are researching the diets of pandas.
  •   Studies on native vegetation in different climates.

 Question 5

1 / 1 pts

What are the rules and goals for an herbivore?

  •   To be on the defensive at all times and know where the predators live.
  •   Knowing how to use their senses, power of observation, having a good memory and getting the right amount of vitamins and essentials for survival.
  •   To have a keen senses of observation and memory. 
  •   To make sure their diet is full of vitamins and proteins to prevent sickness and disease.

 Question 6

1 / 1 pts

What does the phrase, "it may look like a Garden of Eden but natures menu is a minefield" mean?

  •   Foods can hold nutrients hostage causing a gridlock in digestion.
  •   The jungle is full of life threatening plants and animals 
  •   Plants that might look great to eat could have chemical compounds that are deadly.
  •   Many plants may not look like much but have powerful medicinal qualities.

Question 7

1 / 1 pts

What does the dietary strategy of being a specialist mean?

  •   They eat a small amount of lots of different species 
  •   They eat one plant that their digestive system is dedicated to detoxifying.
  •   They can eat whatever they want because their body can handle it. They are special.
  •   They eat a limited selection of plants and are very picky.

 Question 8

1 / 1 pts

What does the dietary strategy of being a generalist mean?

  •   They eat small amounts of lots of different species.
  •   They eat a limited selection of plants and are very picky.
  •   They eat one plant that their digestive system is dedicated to detoxifying. 
  •   They can eat whatever they want because their body can handle it. They are special.

 Question 9

1 / 1 pts

What is geophagy?

  •   the study of nomadic migration patterns
  •   the practice of eating dirt
  •   the practice of using dirt during the cooking process
  •   the creation of geographic maps

 Question 10

1 / 1 pts

What is ethnobotany?

  •   The study of plants by shaman.
  •   The study of plants in their natural habitat.
  •   The study of plants as they relate to a people.
  •   The study of the traditional knowledge and customs of peole concerning plants and medical, religious and other uses.

Question 11

1 / 1 pts

Which is an example of an external plant defense?

  •   electrical signals
  •   toxins
  •   hormones
  •   thorns

 Question 12

1 / 1 pts

Who or what are constantly attacking plants?

  •   fungus and bacteria
  •   caterpillars and grasshoppers
  •   large herbivores
  •   all answer choices are correct

 Question 13

1 / 1 pts

What is zoopharmacognosy?

  •   a pharmacy for animals
  •   animal self-medication
  •   the study of zoo animals
  •    the study of medicine administered to zoo animals

 



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