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Unit 5 Biology Questions
Instructions: Answer the following questions in a minimum of 100 words per question using the read section that is attached in APA style format.
- Describe the rabies experiment of Louis Pasteur discussed in the story.Research how Pasteur’s injections cured Andre.How do rabies immunizations work today?
- Describe four pieces of evidence used to support the theory of evolution (7.6)
- Name the type of speciation that results when a species cannot mate due to a change in their use of a habitat.Explain how it results in speciation.
- Name three characteristics of viruses.Are viruses living or nonliving?Defend your answer.
- Diseases due to viruses are plentiful. Name three diseases caused by viruses in humans. Which are not species specific? Why?
- In figure 17.4 of chapter 17 READ section, explain the top and bottom graph which compares the age structure of less developed and higher developed countries, specifying the x and y axis.Give an example of a nation with this type of age structure diagram. What does a high fertility rate tell you about the future of this population? (17.4)
- Invasive species are exotic to new areas and growth rapidly.Give two reasons why an invasive species is able to take advantage of a new area.(17.1)
- Some ecologists argue that “there is no true form of commensalism.”Define commensalism and give an example of it in nature.Do you agree this statement?Defend your argument.(17.6)
- Concerning population size and population density, explain one way each of the terms differ from each other in relation to their a. importance in predicting competition in a population; b. importance in predicting resource use in an area; and c. relationship with each other. (17.2)