All ACT Question

One of the researchers hypothesized that if the same study were performed again the following year with three new Black Bears instead of the Black Bears from the current studies, the pattern of oxygen consumption would be relatively the same. Do the results of the study support this hypothesis?

Once awoken, what happens to the Black Bears?

What is suggested by the differences in core body temperature between all three Black Bears in Figure 2?

Why was it important that the researchers tracked the hibernating bear’s movements in study 2?

What is the highest core body temperature observed during hibernation for BB99-01M (Figure 2)?

What is the lowest core body temperature observed during hibernation (Figure 2)?

In figure 2, which conditions had the lowest correlation?

In Figure 2, which conditions had the highest correlation?

Which answer most closely represents the number of hours a decrease in optical density was observed during the seawater conditions?

The highest optical density of the SW-N condition occurs closest to which incubation time?

In Figure 1, what is the relationship between Pyruvate concentration and strain SN2 in TF-P?

After 12 hours of incubation, how many copies/g of sediment of the 16S rRNA gene are there of the SN2 strain in the TF-N condition?

In Figure 1, what is the relationship between Pyruvate concentration and Naphthalene concentration?

In Study 1, which subject traveled fastest between G3 and G4?

Which of the following is a major flaw in the design of Study 2?

Based on the three studies, what can be observed about the role of local muscular fatigue on 20-yard sprint performance?

Suppose the peak propulsive force of Subject 3 had been lesser than their peak braking force between G3 and G4, what would this signify?

In Study 2, which subject is suggested to be moving fastest based on peak propulsive and braking forces?

What is the most likely reason the same five subjects were used for each study?

In which way is hypothesis 2 similar to hypothesis 1?