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Environmental Science: Toward a Sustainable Future, 12e (Wright) Chapter 3 Basic Needs of Living Things 1) Which of the following would most likely cause the greatest harm to wild Giant Panda populations in China? A) the introduction of beetles that eat bamboo B) captive breeding of giant pandas already in zoos throughout the world C) restricting logging in regions within the current Giant Panda range D) promoting the giant panda as a national symbol of China Answer: A Diff: 2 LO: 2: Environmental factors 2) Which of the following is not a major factor determining the natural distribution of giant pandas on Earth? 3) Which one of the following is the broadest scope of ecological study? 4) Which one of the following is a proper scientific name of an animal? pg. 1 1
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5) Which one of the following is the most inclusive level of classification? A) class B) phylum C) order D) family Answer: B Diff: 1 LO: 1: Organisms in their environment 6) Which one of the following characteristics is most useful in identifying separate species? Closely related but separate species do not 7) Reproductive isolation is not a good way to describe the status of a species that 8) Compared to all of the organisms in a phylum, organisms that share the same family
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