CH 43 Review Assessment

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CH 43 - Review Assessment
Date: 1/26/15
Score for this attempt: 72 out of 100
Submitted Jan 26 at 2:11pm
This attempt took 108 minutes. IncorrectQuestion 1
0 / 4 pts
Which form of communication is used by social insects to modify the behavior of the colony?
Which form of communication is used by social insects to modify the behavior of the colony? Chemical communication

Visual communication

Auditory communication

None of the choices are used by social insects.

All of the choices are used by social insects. incorrect Question 2
4 / 4 pts
The endocrine system produces hormones in the body and it can be manipulated to cause an individual to change their behavior.
The endocrine system produces hormones in the body
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Incorrect Answers: A. Auditory communication, not chemical communication, is a very rapid type of communication that works at a distance and in the dark. Question 10
4 / 4 pts
An example of a pheromone in humans is
An example of a pheromone in humans is testosterone.

a chemical released by males that reduces premenstrual tension in women.

the mother's milk that transfers immunity to the infant.

saliva exchanged during kissing (as a sexual stimulant). Incorrect Answers: A. An example of a pheromone in humans is a chemical released by males that reduces premenstrual tension in women. Testosterone and estrogen are not pheromones. IncorrectQuestion 11
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Dogs scent-mark by defecating and urinating in an area, while cats scent-mark by rubbing against objects. Both of these increase the animals level of fitness and are examples of
Dogs scent-mark by defecating and urinating in an area, while cats scent-mark by rubbing against objects. Both of these increase the animals level of fitness and are examples of altruism.

sexual selection.

territoriality.

foraging. Incorrect Answers: A. Dogs scent-mark by defecating and urinating in an area, while cats scent-mark by rubbing against objects. These are examples of territoriality, not altruism. Question 12
4 / 4 pts
How will cheetahs use pheromones to increase their foraging success?
How will cheetahs use pheromones to increase their foraging success? Cheetahs
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