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QUESTION 1 1. A population limited by environmental factors would be an example of A . linear growth. B . exponential growth. C . arithmetic growth. D . logarithmic growth. E. logistic growth. 1 points QUESTION 2 1. A flock of birds represents a _________ distribution pattern, while birds on a power line with six inches of space between each bird represents a _________ distribution pattern. A . uniform; random B . random; uniform C . clumped; uniform D . clumped; random E. random; clumped 1 points QUESTION 3 1. What is a detailed and complex analysis of the feeding relationships in a community? A . trophic levels B . food web C . food chain D . keystone analysis E. symbiosis 1 points QUESTION 4 1. Which are parts of the male reproductive system of an angiosperm? A . ovule, style, and ovary B . anthers, stigma, and style C . style, stamen, and ovule
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D . pollen, stamen, style, and anther E. stamen, pollen, anthers, and filament 1 points QUESTION 5 1. An ecological niche is best defined as A . the space a species requires. B . the environmental conditions a species requires. C . the food a species requires. D . the other organisms on which the species depends. E. All of the above. 1 points QUESTION 6 1. The rate of natural increase approximates zero when carrying capacity is reached and A . birth rate < death rate. B . birth rate > death rate. C . the death rate falls to zero. D . birth rate ≈ death rate. E. the birth rate falls to zero. 1 points QUESTION 7 1. In the absence of a predator species, herbivores like moose _____. A . may exceed carrying capacity and have a fast die-off B . will continue to have an exponential growth rate C . may eventually become omnivores D . will almost always die off because of the presence of density-dependent diseases E. will evolve to no longer require predators to balance their population size 1 points QUESTION 8 1. When a coyote eats a mouse, approximately how much of the mouse's energy is converted into coyote tissue?
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