Monthly Archives: June 2016

Question Identify two CORRECT characteristic features of (P) Autogamy and (Q) Allogamy from the following statements 1. Plant species usually does not depend on external agents 2. Plant species usually depends on external agents 3. Plant species normally produces progeny that are healthier and better adapted in nature 4. Plant species normally produces weaker progeny in several generations (A) P-1,3 Q-2,4 (B) P-2,4 Q-1,3 (C) P-1,4 Q-2,3 (D) P-2,3 Q-1,4

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Identify two CORRECT characteristic features of (P) Autogamy and (Q) Allogamy from the following statements 1. Plant species usually does not depend on external agents 2. Plant species usually depends on external agents 3. Plant species normally produces progeny that are healthier and better adapted in nature 4. Plant species normally produces weaker progeny in several generations (A) P-1,3 Q-2,4 (B) P-2,4 Q-1,3 (C) P-1,4 Q-2,3 (D) P-2,3 Q-1,4

 

Question 1 Which of the following most accurately states the goal of systematics? (A) Classification scheme should reflect phylogenetic relationship (B) All animals should be classified based on the relatedness at the early embryonic stage (C) All animals should be grouped based on DNA sequence data (D) Classification of animals should be based on morphological characters

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1 Which of the following most accurately states the goal of systematics? (A) Classification scheme should reflect phylogenetic relationship (B) All animals should be classified based on the relatedness at the early embryonic stage (C) All animals should be grouped based on DNA sequence data (D) Classification of animals should be based on morphological characters

 

Question I. Situation Analysis. 70 Points 1. Competitive Forces (30 points)

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Situation Analysis. 70 Points

1. Competitive Forces (30 points)
We analyzed and assessed the competitive nature of the automobile industry. The Daimler-Chrysler merger failed, leaving Chrysler in bankruptcy. The Chrysler-Fiat auto alliance succeeded, creating a strong, international company.

Select any industry that has international operations (i.e., hospitality, pharmaceutical, fast moving consumer goods, electronics, etc.).

Assess the international competitive forces of this industry. Use the following table and list a minimum of three (3) factors for each force. Conclude if this is an attractive industry and summarize the reasons for your conclusion.

Conclusion: Is this an attractive industry? Why/Why not?

 

1. Competitive Forces (30 points) We analyzed and assessed the competitive nature of the automobile industry. The Daimler-Chrysler merger failed, leaving Chrysler in bankruptcy. The Chrysler-Fiat auto alliance succeeded, creating a strong, international company.

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I.
Situation Analysis. 70 Points

1. Competitive Forces (30 points)
We analyzed and assessed the competitive nature of the automobile industry. The Daimler-Chrysler merger failed, leaving Chrysler in bankruptcy. The Chrysler-Fiat auto alliance succeeded, creating a strong, international company.

Select any industry that has international operations (i.e., hospitality, pharmaceutical, fast moving consumer goods, electronics, etc.).

Assess the international competitive forces of this industry. Use the following table and list a minimum of three (3) factors for each force. Conclude if this is an attractive industry and summarize the reasons for your conclusion.

Conclusion: Is this an attractive industry? Why/Why not?

 

In a phenol coefficient test for determining the efficacy of a disinfectant X, the maximum effective dilution for X and phenol was found to be 1/450 and 1/90, respectively. Calculate the phenol coefficient for X. (A) 10.0 (B) 5.0 (C) 1.0 (D) 0.2

In a phenol coefficient test for determining the efficacy of a disinfectant X, the maximum effective dilution for X and phenol was found to be 1/450 and 1/90, respectively. Calculate the phenol coefficient for X. (A) 10.0 (B) 5.0 (C) 1.0 (D) 0.2

 

Question 1. What are your thoughts concerning the cloning of animals to advance science? I’ve even heard of wealthy people being so sad about their dog dying that they create a new clone. Is this good? Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0QXUHeGeOc&feature=related

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What are your thoughts concerning the cloning of animals to advance science? I've even heard of wealthy people being so sad about their dog dying that they create a new clone. Is this good?
Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0QXUHeGeOc&feature=related

Question Which one of the following provides the strongest support for the theory of “descent with modification”? (A) Early embryonic forms of diverse organisms (examples: fishes, birds and mammals) appear similar (B) Ability of fishes and whales to swim (C) Variation in flower colour in a given species (D) Skin colour variation among individuals in a human population

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Which one of the following provides the strongest support for the theory of “descent with modification”? (A) Early embryonic forms of diverse organisms (examples: fishes, birds and mammals) appear similar (B) Ability of fishes and whales to swim (C) Variation in flower colour in a given species (D) Skin colour variation among individuals in a human population