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Assignment 6 Ch. 36 1. C producers 2. D all answers are correct 3. D amount of energy transferred to the top carnivores 4. A from plants 5. D all answers are correct 6. C ATP 7. D desert conditions on the downwind side of a mountain due to increased moisture- holding capacity of the winds as the air heats up 8. A increase, temperature increases 9. D thermocline 10. D tropical monsoon forest 1. Plants are continuing to growth and die. Natural and human caused disasters reduce plants and their habitats further limiting plant growth. Remember every parking lot at one time had vegetation on it. Herbivorous insects, parasitic fungi, bacteria, and viruses are all harming plants and the communities that support those plants. Competition for nutrients, space, and water are also limiting the growth of plants. Ch. 37 1. B cannot be modified, as these behaviors seem built into the brain and nervous system 2. A there is a clear link between presence or absence of a specific gene, a specific metabolic pathway, and a specific behavior 3. B operant conditioning 4. C reproductive fitness 5. D foraging behavior 6. C intersexual selection 7. B kin selection 8. C reciprocity 9.
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