mes at zoo.toronto.edu
Wed May 11 23:58:03 EST 1994
Following along the line of the "please don't ask multiple choice questions"
perhaps it would be useful to post sample thought-provoking questions
requiring the actual use of neurons and synapses here to bionet.parasitology
but WITHOUT answers.
This may serve to satisfy the original request, not to mention see how much
*we* think we know as parasitologists!
It'd be pleasant to see some really good ones that are imaginative as too
often such questions may only emphasize life-cycle after life-cycle after
boring life-cycle that a practising parasitologist would just get from a
How 'bout some ecological/trophic interaction stuff?
Or a challenging host-parasite macroevolutionary question? <-DRB please note
Just a thought...
Mark E. Siddall "In saying what is obvious, never choose cunning.
mes at vims.edu Yelling works better." - C. Ozick
Virginia Inst. Marine Sci.
Gloucester Point, VA, 23062
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