The authorís primary purpose in the passage is to do which of the following?
(A) Demonstrate the inadequacy of perception.
(B) Compare the sensory organs of different animals.
(C) Correct an outmoded view of bodily processes.
(D) Describe pheromones and their function.
(E) Warn people against pheromones.
The phrase "idle vestige" (lines 16 - 17) means
(A) a useless organ.
(B) an inactive, imperfectly developed organ.
(C) a very important organ.
(D) an invisible organ.
(E) an appendage.
The last paragraph of the passage indicates that
(A) pheromones affect people and some of them have been identified and
sold in expensive perfumes.
(B) human pheromones cannot transcend the five senses.
(C) the perfumes Realm Men, Realm Women and Inner Realm do not contain human pheromones.
(D) pheromones have yet to be identified in humans.
(E) pheromones are useless.
In describing the pheromones, the author does all of the following except
(A) define a term.
(B) illustrate through comparison.
(C) quote an authorative source.
(D) give an approximation.
(E) develop an extended metaphor.
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
I. Human body fluids contain sex specific pheromone like chemicals called androstenes and copulines.
II. Our noses may do a lot more than smell.
III. Menstrual cycles in women can be controlled by androstenes and copulines found in male sweat.
(A) I only
(B) II & III only
(C) I and II only
(D) I and III only
(E) I, II, and III