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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The book states that one culture's cure all could be another culture's 'root of all evil' also known as ________.
2. The flower that is presented as being the symbol of the human desire for beauty is the ______.
3. In the book, Johnny Appleseed was called a benign _________ of the American Fronteir.
(a) Saint Augustine.
(b) Saint Thomas.
(c) Saint Phillip.
(d) Saint Francis.
4. Chapman was known to go _______ in all kinds of weather and took it as a matter of pride in his toughness.
(b) Without a coat.
(d) Without his hat.
5. ______ orchard has become a kind of museum for several different apple species dedicated to maintaining the diversity.
Short Answer Questions
1. Tukano Indians in the Amazon noticed Jaguars eating a vine, which was atypical for them and helped the Indians discover ______.
2. The tulip that Pollan has on his desk, a Queen of Night, has no ______, which he indicates is because it is meant to be visual.
3. The book states that Johnny Appleseed died in 1845 in _______ Indiana.
4. Pollan suggests that on a biochemical level, psychoactive plants affect the brain much the way that the following activities except ______ affect it.
5. Pollan suggests that drugs have both positive and negative qualities. The wine of _______ was both a scourge and a blessing.
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