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1 14 Population Ecology
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2 If Earth's axis of rotation suddenly became perpendicular to  the plane of its orbit, the most predictable effect would be A. a loss of seasonal variation at high latitudes.  B. the elimination of ocean currents.  C. no more night and day.  D. a big change in the length of the year.  E. a cooling of the equator. 
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3 Optimal foraging behavior occurs when  natural selection favors  A. hunting only prey items with high nutrition content.  B. balancing distance traveled with resource quality.  C. costly foraging strategies that maximize food  acquisition.  D. a scenario where animals with high fat stores using  risky foraging strategies.   E. none of these. 
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A group of organisms of the same species that  interact with each other is defined as a(n) A. community. B. ecosystem. 
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