Ch. 9 Quiz - 100 C characteristics of the prey population 0...

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Ch. 9 Quiz 1. Why does the text talk so much about coyote control when many other predators are also a problem for wildlife managers and land owners? A. other species are not controlled 0% B. coyotes cannot be controlled as easily as other species 0% C. more $ are spent and more coyotes are killed than any other species 100% D. none of the above 0% 2. What is required for the functional response of predators to take effect? A. alternate prey species 100% B. increased prey species 0% C. evolution of adaptations that allow predators to run fast 0% D. increased predator species 0% 3. Which of the following was NOT one of the things that Leopold said you needed to consider when evaluating predator-prey interactions ? A. density of the prey population 0% B. that Predator and Rodent Control (PARC) should reassess its own goals
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Unformatted text preview: 100% C. characteristics of the prey population 0% D. density and quality of alternate foods available to predators 0% E. none of the above 0% 4. How do predator populations influence the habitat of prey populations ? A. Predators use resources that prey need for survival. 0% B. Risk of predation can render suitable habitat 'unavailable' to prey populations. 100% C. Prey must evolve to be faster runners to avoid predation. 0% D. all of the above. 0% 5. Which of the following studies illustrated how prey populations can continue to exist in the presence of predator populations ? A. Lotka-Volterra models of pred-prey dynamics 0% B. Huffakers' studies of mites on oranges 100% C. Hollings studies of mice, shrews and sawfly populations 0% D. none of the above. 0%...
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