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Question 13 out of 3 pointsSpecies can occupy multiple ecosystems and migrate between them.
Question 23 out of 3 pointsAll populations are capable of adapting when subjected to selective pressure.
Question 33 out of 3 pointsNitrogen is a primary component of organic molecules (that make up living things). The primarysource for nitrogen in our environment is:
Question 43 out of 3 pointsThe biomass pyramid demonstrates that only about ___ % of thebiomass from one trophic level is transferred to the next trophic level.
Question 50 out of 3 pointsProducers make low-potential-energy organic molecules from high-potential-energy rawmaterials.
Question 60 out of 3 pointsThe products of cellular respiration are ___________________.
Question 73 out of 3 pointsWhich biome type receives thehighestamount of rainfall?
Question 83 out of 3 points
Natural selection is the process by which specific traits favor thesurvival of some individuals over others.Question 93 out of 3 pointsWhat trophic level category is a herbivore?Question 103 out of 3 pointsTheprimaryclimatic factor for determining the biome of a region is______.Question 113 out of 3 pointsA food chain describes where energy and nutrients go as they movefrom one organism to another.Question 123 out of 3 pointsCarrying capacity is defined as the maximum population of a speciesthat a given habitat or ecosystem can support without being degraded.

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Term
Fall
Professor
SusannahSandrin
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World population, Paul Ehrlich

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