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Hughes Ch. 7 1. Which is an example of co-evolution (Red-Queen Hypothesis)(more than one answer may be correct) A. cheetahs and gazelles in Africa 34% B. hummingbird and nectar producing plants in South America 33% C. Alice in Wonderland 0% D. plant toxins (secondary compounds) and selective foraging by ruminants 33% E. none of the above 0% 2. Which is the better digestive system to get the most nutrition while eating a low quality plant diet in poor habitat where there is a lot of low nutritional value herbaceous material ? A. ruminant 0% B. cecal 100% C. monogastric 0% D. monogastric with a crop and gizzard 0% 3. How does edge produce a POSITIVE effect on wildlife populations (edge effect) ? A. increased species diversity where 2 or more habitats come together 0% B. increased species abundance where 2 or more habitats come together
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Unformatted text preview: 0% C. ecotone provides even more diversity than edge 0% D. all of the above 100% 4. How do mammalian herbivores digest cellulose in plant cell walls ? A. by having teeth with lots of grinding surfaces 0% B. by keeping plant foods in their acid digestion stomachs for long periods of time 0% C. they don't digest cellulose 0% D. by mutualism with other organisms 100% 5. How does edge produce a NEGATIVE effect on wildlife populations (edge effect) ? A. increased risk of predation nearer edges 0% B. increased effects from the community, pollution, etc. in the adjacent habitat 0% C. decreased size of homogenous habitat patches 0% D. habitat fragmentation 0% E. all of the above 100% 6. Which is the most important nutrient for animal growth ? A. carbon 0% B. proteins 100% C. vitamins 0% D. carbohydrates 0% E. sugars 0%...
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