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Questão 33
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) It is a nice irony, given that scientific genetics started with the manipulation of a crop plant, the pea, that the most vehement public opposition to it in recent years has come from those who object to the genetic manipulation of crops. At the moment, so-called genetically modified (GM) crops are in disgrace. Consumers, particularly in Europe, are wary of buying food that may contain them. Environmental activists are ripping up fields where they are being tested experimentally. And companies that design them are selling off their GM subsidiaries, or even themselves, to anyone willing to take on the risk. Yet the chances are that this is just a passing fad. No trial has shown a health risk from a commercially approved GM crop (or, more correctly, a transgenic crop, as all crop plants have been genetically modified by selective breeding since time immemorial). And while the environmental risks, such as cross-pollination with wild species and the promotion of insecticide-resistant strains of pest, look more plausible, they also look no worse than the sorts of environmental havoc wreaked by more traditional sorts of agriculture. THE ECONOMIST JULY 1ST 2000 Which of these statements is true according to the passage?

Questão 34
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) It is a nice irony, given that scientific genetics started with the manipulation of a crop plant, the pea, that the most vehement public opposition to it in recent years has come from those who object to the genetic manipulation of crops. At the moment, so-called genetically modified (GM) crops are in disgrace. Consumers, particularly in Europe, are wary of buying food that may contain them. Environmental activists are ripping up fields where they are being tested experimentally. And companies that design them are selling off their GM subsidiaries, or even themselves, to anyone willing to take on the risk. Yet the chances are that this is just a passing fad. No trial has shown a health risk from a commercially approved GM crop (or, more correctly, a transgenic crop, as all crop plants have been genetically modified by selective breeding since time immemorial). And while the environmental risks, such as cross-pollination with wild species and the promotion of insecticide-resistant strains of pest, look more plausible, they also look no worse than the sorts of environmental havoc wreaked by more traditional sorts of agriculture. THE ECONOMIST JULY 1ST 2000 According to the passage, the term GM crop

Questão 34
2001Biologia

O anncio do seqenciamento do genoma humano, em 21 de junho de 2000, significa que os cientistas determinaram

Questão 35
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) A introduo de uma cpia de um gene humano no genoma do proncleo masculino de um zigoto originou uma ovelha transgnica. Se essa ovelha for cruzada com um macho no-transgnico, que porcentagem de descendentes portadores do gene humano espera-se obter?

Questão 35
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) It is a nice irony, given that scientific genetics started with the manipulation of a crop plant, the pea, that the most vehement public opposition to it in recent years has come from those who object to the genetic manipulation of crops. At the moment, so-called genetically modified (GM) crops are in disgrace. Consumers, particularly in Europe, are wary of buying food that may contain them. Environmental activists are ripping up fields where they are being tested experimentally. And companies that design them are selling off their GM subsidiaries, or even themselves, to anyone willing to take on the risk. Yet the chances are that this is just a passing fad. No trial has shown a health risk from a commercially approved GM crop (or, more correctly, a transgenic crop, as all crop plants have been genetically modified by selective breeding since time immemorial). And while the environmental risks, such as cross-pollination with wild species and the promotion of insecticide-resistant strains of pest, look more plausible, they also look no worse than the sorts of environmental havoc wreaked by more traditional sorts of agriculture. THE ECONOMIST JULY 1ST 2000 The passage tells us that

Questão 36
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) It is a nice irony, given that scientific genetics started with the manipulation of a crop plant, the pea, that the most vehement public opposition to it in recent years has come from those who object to the genetic manipulation of crops. At the moment, so-called genetically modified (GM) crops are in disgrace. Consumers, particularly in Europe, are wary of buying food that may contain them. Environmental activists are ripping up fields where they are being tested experimentally. And companies that design them are selling off their GM subsidiaries, or even themselves, to anyone willing to take on the risk. Yet the chances are that this is just a passing fad. No trial has shown a health risk from a commercially approved GM crop (or, more correctly, a transgenic crop, as all crop plants have been genetically modified by selective breeding since time immemorial). And while the environmental risks, such as cross-pollination with wild species and the promotion of insecticide-resistant strains of pest, look more plausible, they also look no worse than the sorts of environmental havoc wreaked by more traditional sorts of agriculture. THE ECONOMIST JULY 1ST 2000 According to the passage, more traditional sorts of agriculture

Questão 36
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) O daltonismo causado por um alelo recessivo de um gene localizado no cromossomo X. Em uma amostra representativa da populao, entre 1000 homens analisados, 90 so daltnicos. Qual a porcentagem esperada de mulheres daltnicas nessa populao?

Questão 37
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) A vinblastina um quimioterpico usado no tratamento de pacientes com cncer. Sabendo-se que essa substncia impede a formao de microtbulos, pode-se concluir que sua interferncia no processo de multiplicao celular ocorre na

Questão 37
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) MICHAEL D. COES Breaking the Maya Code. Revised paperback edition. First published 1992. Thames Hudson, New York, 1999 ($18.95). The decipherment of the Maya script was, Coe states, one of the most exciting intellectual adventures of our age, on a par with the exploration of space and the discovery of the genetic code. He presents the story eloquently and in detail, with many illustrations of the mysterious Maya inscriptions and the people who tried to decipher them. Most of the credit, he says, goes to the late Yuri V. Knorosov of the Russian Institute of Ethnography, but many others participated. They did not always agree, and some of them went up blind alleys. Coe----- emeritus professor of anthropology at Yale University----- vividly describes the battles, missteps and successes. What is now established, he writes, is that the Maya writing system is a mix of logograms and syllabic signs; with the latter, they could and often did write words purely phonetically. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2000 The passage tells us that Michael D. Coe

Questão 38
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 -1a fase) Um pesquisador estudou uma clula ao microscpio eletrnico, verificando a ausncia de ncleo e de compartimentos membranosos. Com base nessas observaes, ele concluiu que a clula pertence a:

Questão 38
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) MICHAEL D. COES Breaking the Maya Code. Revised paperback edition. First published 1992. Thames Hudson, New York, 1999 ($18.95). The decipherment of the Maya script was, Coe states, one of the most exciting intellectual adventures of our age, on a par with the exploration of space and the discovery of the genetic code. He presents the story eloquently and in detail, with many illustrations of the mysterious Maya inscriptions and the people who tried to decipher them. Most of the credit, he says, goes to the late Yuri V. Knorosov of the Russian Institute of Ethnography, but many others participated. They did not always agree, and some of them went up blind alleys. Coe----- emeritus professor of anthropology at Yale University----- vividly describes the battles, missteps and successes. What is now established, he writes, is that the Maya writing system is a mix of logograms and syllabic signs; with the latter, they could and often did write words purely phonetically. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2000 In the passage, some of them went up blind alleysmeans that some scientists engaged in the decipherment of the Maya script

Questão 39
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) MICHAEL D. COES Breaking the Maya Code. Revised paperback edition. First published 1992. Thames Hudson, New York, 1999 ($18.95). The decipherment of the Maya script was, Coe states, one of the most exciting intellectual adventures of our age, on a par with the exploration of space and the discovery of the genetic code. He presents the story eloquently and in detail, with many illustrations of the mysterious Maya inscriptions and the people who tried to decipher them. Most of the credit, he says, goes to the late Yuri V. Knorosov of the Russian Institute of Ethnography, but many others participated. They did not always agree, and some of them went up blind alleys. Coe----- emeritus professor of anthropology at Yale University----- vividly describes the battles, missteps and successes. What is now established, he writes, is that the Maya writing system is a mix of logograms and syllabic signs; with the latter, they could and often did write words purely phonetically. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2000 According to the passage, Michael D. Coes book

Questão 39
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) Clulas animais, quando privadas de alimento, passam a degradar partes de si mesmas como fonte de matria-prima para sobreviver. A organela citoplasmtica diretamente responsvel por essa degradao

Questão 40
2001Biologia

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) Para a ocorrncia de osmose, necessrio que

Questão 40
2001Inglês

(FUVEST - 2001 - 1a fase) MICHAEL D. COES Breaking the Maya Code. Revised paperback edition. First published 1992. Thames Hudson, New York, 1999 ($18.95). The decipherment of the Maya script was, Coe states, one of the most exciting intellectual adventures of our age, on a par with the exploration of space and the discovery of the genetic code. He presents the story eloquently and in detail, with many illustrations of the mysterious Maya inscriptions and the people who tried to decipher them. Most of the credit, he says, goes to the late Yuri V. Knorosov of the Russian Institute of Ethnography, but many others participated. They did not always agree, and some of them went up blind alleys. Coe----- emeritus professor of anthropology at Yale University----- vividly describes the battles, missteps and successes. What is now established, he writes, is that the Maya writing system is a mix of logograms and syllabic signs; with the latter, they could and often did write words purely phonetically. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2000 Which of these statements is true according to the passage?

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