生物学 TPO48-L3 Symbiotic Relationship

TPO48-L3

Symbiotic Relationship




  1. What is the professor mainly discussing?
  • A. Different ways that scientists use the term “symbiosis”
  • B. A specific kind of symbiotic relationship between organisms
  • C. A butterfly species that competes with another insect species
  • D. Reasons why symbiosis is considered a subtype of mutualism

 

  1. What does the professor imply about the term “symbiosis”?
  • A. It is often used with too narrow a meaning.
  • B. It is used incorrectly in the students’ textbook.
  • C. The original definition is difficult to understand.
  • D. It is applied only to organisms of the same species.

 

  1. How do the butterflies mentioned by the professor facilitate the relationship between caterpillars and ants of a certain species?
  • A. The butterflies have a sweet smell that attracts the ants.
  • B. The butterflies lay their eggs under rocks where the ants lay their eggs.
  • C. The butterflies lay their eggs on plants where the ants are present.
  • D. The butterflies identify a food source for both ants and caterpillars.

 

  1. In the example the professor mentions, how do the ants benefit from their interaction with the caterpillars?
  • A. The caterpillars protect the ants’ eggs from predators.
  • B. The caterpillars help the ants find a particular plant.
  • C. The caterpillars produce a liquid to prevent ants from getting infections.
  • D. The caterpillars produce a liquid from a species gland to feed the ants.

 

  1. What aspect of mutualism does the professor illustrate with the example of the caterpillars and the ants?
  • A. Both organisms need the relationship for survival.
  • B. It is not necessary for both organisms to benefit equally from the relationship.
  • C. There is more benefit for the organism that is less dependent on the relationship.
  • D. The relationship does not need to be beneficial to both organisms.

 

  1. What can be inferred about the student when she says this: 🎧
  • A. She needs more time to think about the answer.
  • B. She is almost certain that caterpillars produce honey.
  • C. She thinks her statement may be misunderstood.
  • D. She doubts that her statement is correct.


答案:
B A C D B D
 

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