Samples for Ecology Exam1

Samples for Ecology Exam1 - Name EEB 100 Introduction to...

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Name: EEB 100: Introduction to Ecology and Animal Behavior Ecology Final Section 1. Please circle either T or F for each statement or fill in the blanks (5 points each). 1. T F Under the superorganism concept of communities, all of the species making up a community should have highly overlapping geographic ranges. 3. T F Geometrically growing populations have a set carrying capacity that can be determined by solving the logistic equation for K. 6. T F Mathematical theory for predator-prey interactions predicts that extinctions will NOT occur when organisms have overlapping generations. 9. T F In a grassland ecosystem, the grazing pathway of energy flow is very important as grazers consume a large proportion of the producer biomass. In contrast, in a phytoplankton system, grazers consume a small portion of primary production. 11. ____________________ are paths of nutrient flow that bind together the living and physical portions of the biosphere. Section 2.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course EEB 100 taught by Professor Halpin during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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Samples for Ecology Exam1 - Name EEB 100 Introduction to...

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