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Questão 28
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Pesquisadores descobriram na Etipia fsseis que parecem ser do mais antigo ancestral da humanidade. Como a idade desses fsseis foi estimada entre 5,2 e 5,8 milhes de anos, pode-se dizer que esses nossos ancestrais viveram

Questão 29
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) A bactria Streptococcus iniae afeta o crebro de peixes, causando a doena do peixe louco. A partir de 1995, os criadores de trutas de Israel comearam a vacinar seus peixes. Apesar disso, em 1997, ocorreu uma epidemia causada por uma linhagem de bactria resistente vacina. Os cientistas acreditam que essa linhagem surgiu por presso evolutiva induzida pela vacina, o que quer dizer que a vacina

Questão 29
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Itstaken 30 years for Harold Cohen to teach his student how to paint, but hes not struggling with a slow learner. Cohens student, AARON, is a computer program. Cohen has taught AARON guidelines on composition and color. In the past, AARON has used those rules to paint large art works for major museums such as Londons Tate Modern and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Now a company aims to bring AARON to computer monitors across the land as software ($19.95; available fromwww.KurzweilCyberart.com) for Windows PCs. After you download the program, AARON draws original pictures on your desktop, then fills them in with brushstrokes of color. You can also e-mail AARONs creations to friends AARON will redraw its art work on their computers. And unlike temperamental humans, AARON never needs inspiration leave it on as a screen saver and the program churns out drawing after drawing. But, says Cohen, AARON will never draw the same picture twice. NEWSWEEK MAY 28, 2001 According to the passage, AARON does NOT

Questão 30
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 According to the passage, since 1975,

Questão 30
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Pesquisadores norte-americanos produziram uma variedade de tomate transgnico que sobrevive em solos at 50 vezes mais salinos do que o tolerado pelas plantas normais. Essas plantas geneticamente modificadas produzem maior quantidade de uma protena de membrana que bombeia ons sdio para o interior do vacolo. Com base em tais informaes, pode-se concluir que plantas normais no conseguem sobreviver em solos muito salinos porque, neles, as plantas normais

Questão 31
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Uma criana foi internada em um hospital com convulses e problemas neurolgicos. Aps vrios exames, foi diagnosticada cisticercose cerebral. A me da criana iniciou, ento, um processo contra o aougue do qual comprava carne todos os dias, alegando que este lhe forneceu carne contaminada com o verme causador da cisticercose. A acusao contra o aougue

Questão 31
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 The passage states that

Questão 32
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 The passage tells us that after the civil war

Questão 32
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Os adubos inorgnicos industrializados, conhecidos pela sigla NPK, contmsais de trs elementos qumicos: nitrognio, fsforo e potssio. Qual das alternativas indica asprincipais razes pelas quais esses elementos so indispensveis vida de uma planta?

Questão 33
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 Which of these statements is true according to the passage?

Questão 33
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Um pesquisador que deseje estudar a diviso meitica em samambaia deve utilizar em suas preparaes microscpicas clulas de

Questão 34
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Em artigo publicado no suplemento Mais!, do jornal Folha de So Paulo, de 6 de agosto de 2000, Jos Reis relata que pesquisadores canadenses demonstraram que a alga unicelular Cryptomonas resulta da fuso de dois organismos, um dos quais englobou o outro ao longo da evoluo. Isso no novidade no mundo vivo. Como relata Jos Reis: [...] hoje corrente em Biologia, aps haver sido muito contestada inicialmente, a noo de que certas organelas [...] so remanescentes de clulas que em tempos idos foram ingeridas por clula mais desenvolvida. D-se a esta o nome de hospedeira e o de endossimbiontes s organelas que outrora teriam sido livres. So exemplos de endossimbiontes em clulas animais e em clulas de plantas, respectivamente,

Questão 34
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 The passage tells us that Lucia Graves

Questão 35
2002Biologia

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) Enquanto a clonagem de animais um evento relativamente recente no mundo cientfico, a clonagem de plantas vem ocorrendo j h algumas dcadas com relativo sucesso. Clulas so retiradas de uma planta-me e, posteriormente, so cultivadas em meio de cultura, dando origem a uma planta inteira, com genoma idntico ao da planta-me. Para que o processo tenha maior chance de xito, deve-se retirar as clulas

Questão 35
2002Inglês

(FUVEST - 2002 - 1a fase) The role of women in Spanish society has changed fast since the country became a democracy after General Franco died in 1975. He had swept away liberal reforms introduced in the 1930s, when Spain was a republic. For women specifically, these included a benevolent divorce law and certain property rights. In the 1930s many women played a big part on the left, often fighting side by side with men in the pro-Republic militias during the 1936-39 civil war. But after it the new regime, for the most part applauded by the church, put them back in the home as wives and mothers, with divorce forbidden and working outside frowned on. Change began in the 1960s when Spain opened up to tourists. Faced with competition from sexually liberated north Europeans, Spanish women declared war on them, on men and on their elders, in the words of Lucia Graves, author of A Woman Unknown, which recounts her life as an Englishwoman married to a Spaniard at the time. That aggressive self-assertion continues. Not wholly successfully. At universities, women students now outnumber men. A typical couple has one or two children these days, a far cry from the days when families of eight or ten were common. But Spanish women still face the problems of their sisters in northern Europe. Their progress at work is often blocked, their pay often lower than mens. The Economist August 11th 2001 Which of the following statements does NOT reflect the situation in Spain now, according to the passage?

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