On second thought, I guess I’d only change two of Grober’s questions: 1 & 5.
Question 1. True or false: The designs of animal systems (eyes, ovaries, spleens, etc.) are perfectly adapted to each animal’s environment.
Question 5. When an antibiotic is used too often in the treatment of some bacterial infections, the bacteria can develop a resistance to the antibiotic. A key reason for the development of antibiotic resistance is:
- Bacteria compete with humans for access to resources
- Bacteria evolve more rapidly than humans develop antibiotics
- Bacteria come genetically equipped to deal with all types of antibiotics