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Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir

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Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 01 Jan 2010, 11:22
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I got this one wrong and and not convinced on the OA. Looking for input.

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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 01 Jan 2010, 11:26
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 01 Jan 2010, 21:17
I would go with D as well. If the wild mushrooms are harvested, it stimulates the growth of other mushrooms. The increase in growth of the mushrooms indicates there are more mushrooms available to provide the Douglas furs with the necessary sugars, therefore increasing the fur population.
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2010, 05:59
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I got this one wrong and and not convinced on the OA. Looking for input.

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can u post the OA plz!!!
its E acc to me!!!i might be flying off the tangent here but want to verify with the answer!!!
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2010, 06:18
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i think E strengthens the conclusion rather than casting doubts on it..... although i may be wrong
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2010, 18:03
OA is D. I chose E too. This one confuses me.
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 03 Jan 2010, 01:26
Thanks perserverance for the explanation ...
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 03 Jan 2010, 02:37
IMO E

Conclusion - harvesting the chanterelles growing beneath the tree seriously endangers the tree

We have to find an answer that clearly states that the chanterelles will not endanger the tree.

A - irrelevant
B - irrelevant
C - irrelevant
D - irrelevant as we are concerned with the affect on trees
E - CORRECT. If the tree's seedlings are dependent on the filaments for their survival, then this seriously casts a doubt on the endanger philosophy.

OA is wrong according to me. In fact, a lot of OAs on the paper test are wrong.

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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 03 Jan 2010, 10:34
D is concerned with the affect on the trees because it provides the necessary sugars the fur needs.
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2010, 03:24
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IMO E

Conclusion - harvesting the chanterelles growing beneath the tree seriously endangers the tree

We have to find an answer that clearly states that the chanterelles will not endanger the tree.

A - irrelevant
B - irrelevant
C - irrelevant
D - irrelevant as we are concerned with the affect on trees
E - CORRECT. If the tree's seedlings are dependent on the filaments for their survival, then this seriously casts a doubt on the endanger philosophy.

OA is wrong according to me. In fact, a lot of OAs on the paper test are wrong.

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hi i think where u may be going wrong is that it is the harvesting of chanterelles not the chanterelles in the chanterelles will not endanger the tree.
now harvesting means cutting and if the tree's seedlings are dependent on the filaments for their survival, then harvesting is not good for trees growth... in a way it is not casting doubt on conclusion but strengthening it...
D says that harvesting would result in increase in the growth of chanterelles, resulting in turn in tree growth ....
it doubts the conclusion...
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 17 Jan 2010, 02:42
+ 1 for chetan2u.... nice explanation :)
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 30 Apr 2011, 01:34
D is clear and simple here donkeys dont become horses :)
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 01 May 2011, 12:17
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 01 Sep 2011, 11:19
Expert's post
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I would know if this is a 700 level. thanks :)
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Re: Disclosed Exam #31 - The Chanterelle and the Douglass Fir [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2011, 13:34
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conclusion: harvesting chanterelles growing beneath douglass fir will seriously endanger the tree
We want to pinpoint the option that will weaken the conclusion.

Answer: D
A - irrelevant
B - irrelevant
C - irrelevant
E - strengthens the conclusion
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