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PRELIM 3 2006 1. Suppose you want to use evolutionary game theory to increase soybean yield per plant. According to theory, which of the following would be the LEAST effective strategy? a) Eliminate the plants’ ability to sense neighbors b) Increase relatedness between neighboring plants c) Decrease plant density d) Increase competition for soil nitrogen e) All of the above would be equally ineffective 3. Which of the following statements about high testosterone levels is FALSE ? a) There are energetic costs due to an increase in energetically costly behavior b) There may be disease costs due to a suppression of the immune response c) There are reproductive benefits due to an increase in mate attraction behavior d) There are survival costs due to an increase in aggressive behavior e) None of the above is false 5. All of the following statements are true about family formation under the ecological constraints model of delayed dispersal, EXCEPT : a) Families form if there is a shortage of breeding partners b)
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