QuizMarch12 - 2 Q3 How does energy flow through a community A On roller skates B From primary producers through various levels of consumers or

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1 Q1. What concept does the following figure illustrate? A. The difference between the fundamental niche and the realized niche. B. Competition between species C. Niche differentiation D. Competition within species Q2. If two species overlap in their niches, what conditions would allow coexistence? A. If their niches overlap completely, and one species is a better competitor than the other. B. If there is some part of the niche range where their niches do not overlap. C. If species diverge in their fundamental niches. D. If species’ realized niches are smaller than their fundamental niches. E. B, C, & D
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Q3. How does energy flow through a community? A. On roller skates B. From primary producers through various levels of consumers or decomposers C. From consumers to producers D. From decomposers to producers to consumers E. With great efficiency Q4. Which of the following is NOT true about competition? A. It occurs between members of the same species. B. It occurs between members of different species. C. It can determine which species live in a community. D. It affects all competing individuals equally. E. It can cause evolutionary change in a species’ fundamental niche....
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course BIOL 22 taught by Professor Preston during the Winter '08 term at Santa Clara.

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QuizMarch12 - 2 Q3 How does energy flow through a community A On roller skates B From primary producers through various levels of consumers or

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