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Review for Exam #2
The exam will be a mixture of objective (e.g., multiple choice, definition, fill-in-blank) and subjective (short answer) questions. You may use pencil or pen to complete your exam, though I strongly recommend pencil. The exam is designed to last one hour. In general, the exam could include: (1) anything covered in class; (2) lecture notes on line; and (3) study sheets, articles, handouts or other materials used/assigned in class. I try to ask an equal number of questions about each class. The following is a summary of the main topics that are "fair game" for the exam.
In class we had a debate on creation/evolution. Be prepared to discuss the major creationist arguments against evolution and the scientific response (Check out the Gink & Go)
Chapter 1 in Botany of Desire. Check out the questions that were provided in class (and posted on line). You may want to review the PowerPoint in the Public Folders.
Vegetative Structures & Vegetables
Chapter 2 in Botany of Desire. Check out the questions that were provided in class (and posted on line). The Powerpoint shown in class is posted in the Public Folders.
Chapter 2 in Garden Book. Just the highlights that we discussed in class. See Powerpoint in Public Folder.
Last updated: 03/08/2005 / � Copyright by SG Saupe