Ecology - 7 The environment of a habitat includes biotic...

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1. The mushroom we commonly eat on salads and pizza is from which group? Zygomycetes Basidiomycetes Ascomycetes Deuteromycetes 2. The study of the principles of natural processes is called ecology environmentalism logistic growth exponential growth 3. The study of relationships between species in an area is population ecology. community ecology. ecosystem ecology. 4. The study of rationships between different species and also with the physical environment is considered population ecology. community ecology. ecosystem ecology. commensalism 5. Carrying capacity is the area within which an organism lives. the relationship of the organism with the abiotic elements of its surroundings. maximum size a population for any given species with the available resources in an environment. 6. A community is more stable if it has a large number of different organisms in it. has a large number of the same organisms. has a few different organisms.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. The environment of a habitat includes biotic factors. abiotic factors. role of an organism within the habitat. First and second answer, but not the third. 8. The section of the fungi that is commonly eaten is what part of the organism? mycelium reproductive structure hyphae 9. The fungi found in the dung garden play which ecological role? decomposers parasites symbiotic with algae mycorrhizal association with roots of other plants 10. Rhizopus is a common fungi inadvertently grown in many homes. It is often found where? shoes bread yeast shower 11. Some fungi cause disease, but some produce an antibiotic to fight disease. One fungi that produces antibiotics is Rhizopus Cryptococcosis Penicillium Ringworm 12. What restrains populations from growing exponentially? predators nutrient availability light space all of the above...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIOL 1125 taught by Professor Safriend during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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