BS110 extra clicker questions

BS110 extra clicker questions - Clicker questions To Exam 1...

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Clicker questions To Exam 1
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What do you observe the termites doing? A. moving randomly around on the paper B. following Sharpie lines C. following Bic pen lines D. following pencil lines E. more than one of the above
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What hypothesis seems most likely to best explain your observations? A. termites are visually attracted to dark lines B. ink lines have no effect on termite movement C. a chemical in Bic ink is similar to a chemical termites use to make scent trails
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What field of ecology does this fall into? Organismal Population Community Ecosystem
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1. What is it about food resources in rainforests that made the evolution of birds-of-paradise and manakins possible? 1. Highly seasonal food availability 2. Many invertebrates that are camouflaged as flowers, leaves, sticks, bark, etc. 3. Abundant fruit is readily available year- round 4. Highly scattered, unpredictable, and difficult to find
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1. consistently warm so no special adaptations needed 2. harsh conditions so they have to be the fittest in order to survive 3. variable so they have to migrate to the tropics for the winter 2. What is it about climate in rainforests that made the evolution of birds-of- paradise and manakins possible?
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1. Which of the following is true of differential tree diversity between forest biomes? a. It is lowest in temperate deciduous forests, partly because decomposing leaves acidify the soil b. it is lowest in boreal forests, partly because all the trees lose their leaves in the fall c. it is highest in tropical rainforests, partly because of climatic stability
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Which of the following is true of deserts? A. they regenerate very slowly if at all after severe disturbance B. desert plants are adapted to grow back quickly if they are trampled or overgrazed C. desert species would benefit in the long term if more water were available in their environment D. deserts are wastelands so we should irrigate them all and grow crops there
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1. How do we judge trophic level if we can’t make direct feeding observations? A. by studying morphology
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BS110 extra clicker questions - Clicker questions To Exam 1...

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