Ecology Test Study Guide - -10 Define both types of mimicry...

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Biology: Ecology Test Study Guide 1. Explain the difference between a population and community ecosystem. 2. Name the three different types of dispersion patterns and explain their differences. Provide an example for each. - - - 3. Identify the three different survivorship curves and provide examples of each. - - - 4. Explain the differences between logistic and exponential growth. 5. Explain the difference between density dependent and density independent variables. 6. Compare r and K strategists. 7. Briefly compare and contrast food webs and food chains. 8. Define producers and consumers, and define the different types of consumers.
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9. Name and define the three types of symbiosis and provide examples of each.
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Unformatted text preview: ---10. Define both types of mimicry and provide examples of each.--11. Summarize Gause’s experiment and explain its results. 12. Describe a detrital food chain and compare it with a grazing food chain. 13. Name and define the three types of ecological pyramids.---14. Describe the Greenhouse effect and its importance. 15. Define and provide examples of both types of ecological succession.--16. Briefly describe and explain the three types of age structure diagrams.---17. Be able to explain the processes of the (hydrologic, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) biogeochemical cycles. 18. Know the effects, usage, and basic information about dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane (DDT)....
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