Biology Experiment Reproduction
Listen to part of a conversation between a student and her biology professor.
- Why does the student talk with the professor?
- A. She wants permission to revise an experiment that she conducted earlier.
- B. She has a question about the findings of an experiment in the textbook.
- C. She wants to reproduce an experiment that is not in the textbook.
- D. She would like some advice about how to study butterfly and moth behavior.
- What does the professor say is a common assumption about certain markings on butterfly and moth wings?
- A. That the markings are usually hidden from view
- B. That the markings attract some kinds of birds more than others
- C. That some birds perceive the markings as large eyes
- D. That butterflies and moths use the markings to attract mates
- What were the results of the experiment that the student describes?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Birds reacted to round markings the same way they reacted to square markings.
- B. Large markings scared birds more than small markings did.
- C. Most birds ignored markings that looked like eyes.
- D. Birds were attracted to more colorful markings.
- Why does the professor mention a bird feeder?
- A. To suggest a strategy that may help the student carry out her task successfully
- B. To recommend a place on campus that is suitable for the student’s project
- C. To discuss another experiment that has yielded surprising results
- D. To point out a problem in the design of the original experiment
- What can be inferred about the student when she says this: 🎧
- A. She is skeptical about what the professor just told her.
- B. She just realized that she designed her experiment incorrectly.
- C. She is worried that she misunderstood something that she read.
- D. She had assumed that there was scientific evidence for the theory.
答案：C C AB A D