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Sample final exam questions - 4. The names Chelicerata and...

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Sample questions for the November 9, 23 and 30 lectures: 1. In eastern Georgian Bay coastal wetlands, sustained low water levels have: a. Decreased density of vegetation b. Decreased habitat complexity c. Increased available fish habitat d. Increased habitat complexity 2. What is the main threat to sea turtles in their marine environment?: a. Marine debris that entangle them in open waters b. Poaching by people c. Contamination from oil spills d. Interactions with industrial fishing 3. You just smacked the biggest multi-legged invertebrate that you’ve ever seen in your home with your slipper. Careful inspection allows you to determine that it was an invasive species, the European house centipede. On what did you base this identification?: a. It has two pairs of legs per segment and has poisoned jaws b. It has two pairs of legs per segment and mandibles without poison c. it has one pair of legs per segment and has poisoned jaws d. It has one pair of legs per segment and mandibles without poison
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Unformatted text preview: 4. The names Chelicerata and Mandibulata refer to: a. Mouthparts b. Genitalia c. Locomotor appendages d. Wing types 5. The primary reason that the Cootes Paradise restoration relies on exclusion of common carp is because: a. Carp bioturbation accounts for most of the water turbidity in Cootes Paradise Marsh b. The common carp is responsible for eating most of the aquatic vegetation in Cootes Paradise Marsh c. The common carp is exotic to N. America d. It was not feasible to tackle any of the other causes of water turbidity in Cootes Paradise Marsh at that time 6. Which of the following is an appropriate use of the Water Quality Index by Chow-Fraser? : a. Tracking the degree of recovery of wetlands being restored b. Ranking the degree of disturbance by common carp bioturbation in wetlands c. Determining the economic value of wetlands d. Assessing the degree of human disturbance of inland wetlands...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ECOLOGY bio 2f03 taught by Professor Cartwright during the Spring '11 term at McMaster University.

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