Quiz Ch. 5 - Hughes Ch 5 1 In which of the following...

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Hughes Ch. 5 1. In which of the following situations would the mortality NOT be considered compensatory: A. mortality from predation increases, but the total mortality rate stays the same because fewer animals die from disease 0% B. 100 animals are harvested by hunting which results in 100 fewer animals dying of starvation 0% C. the effects of 1 mortality factor are largely replaced by the effects of some other mortality factor 0% D. an animal that is taken by hunting cannot die from starvation 100% E. all ARE compensatory 0% 2. Which of the following provides sufficient information to meet our definition of a wildlife population
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