Midterm Exam I 2007 KEY

Midterm Exam I 2007 KEY - ESRM 150-Autumn 2007 MIDTERM EXAM...

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ESRM 150-Autumn 2007 MIDTERM EXAM 1: KEY (correct answers in bold red) Read each question carefully (each worth 2 points). Select ONE correct answer for each question. Fill in the corresponding letter on your ScorePak sheet with a #2 pencil. Read both sides of each page! 1. When discussing predator-prey relationships, an increase in the number of predators with an increase in prey density is: a. Social intolerance b. Functional response c. Metapopulation response d. Numerical response e. Harvestable response 2. Wildlife management does NOT include the following approach: a. Preservation by allowing nature to take its course without human intervention b. Introduction of exotic game species to take pressure off native game c. Direct manipulation of animal populations by trapping, shooting, poisoning, and stocking d. Indirect manipulation of animal populations by altering the vegetation or water that is present e. All the above 3. What term best describes the relationship between the two variables on the graph below: a. Compensation b. Diversity c. Inversity d. Mortality rate e. Reproduction 1
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4. Which of the following statements best describes the following graph: a. The reproductive rate of a population of quail b. The annual cycle of a population of quail c. The weight of a population of quail d. The number of males in a population of quail e. None of the above 5. Which of the following animals has any significant (non-human) predators? a. Lynx b. American Bison c. Moose d. Killer Whale e. All the above 6. The following diagram is an example of a: a. Habitat b. Home range c. Metapopulation d. Niche e. None of the above 2
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7. The following graph demonstrates: a. Population cycling b. The effects of predation c. The law of diminishing returns d. The effects of competition e. None of the above 8. When a population has reached its carrying capacity, its population growth rate is: a. Negative b. Positive c. 0 d.
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Midterm Exam I 2007 KEY - ESRM 150-Autumn 2007 MIDTERM EXAM...

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