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Mini-assignment%20#2 - According to their survey which tree...

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Mini-assignment #2, due no later than noon, Thursday Feb. 3: The whitetail deer ( Odocoileus virginianus ) is a major mammal species in Indiana. 1. What do deer eat (primarily)? Can they feed on woody tissues? 2 pts 2) Go to http://www.agriculture.purdue.edu/fnr/html/faculty/Swihart/index.htm “ Go to Dr. Swihart’s Publications and Reprints link, and click on the Wakeland and Swihart 2009 paper.
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Unformatted text preview: According to their survey, which tree genus in Indiana is most preferred by deer? 2 pts 3) Do scientists think that current populations of white-tailed deer have a positive or negative effect on herbaceous species? 1 pt Do you think deer should be hunted (by humans) to reduce their population (yes or no)?...
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