Ch. 22 Quiz - 1 Biologists are most likely to make the...

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Biologists are most likely to make the population viability analysis models more effective by a. checking the validity of the models against field observations. b. choosing only small populations. c. using them only to predict the time to extinction of a given species. d. combining data from different species. e. using population viability analysis with genetically homogeneous populations. 2. Off-road mountain vehicles and mountain bikes trample various plant species in the Santa  Cruz Mountains and hills of California. Although plants still persist in the area, habitat quality  for many species has declined. This is an example of habitat a. degradation. b. fragmentation. c. loss. d. homogenization. e. generalization. 3. The Nature Conservancy separated itself from the Ecological Society of America in order to a. increase the research done on biodiversity. b. establish more sites for research on declining species.
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course BIO 22 taught by Professor Vaj during the Fall '09 term at University of Central Florida.

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Ch. 22 Quiz - 1 Biologists are most likely to make the...

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