Midterm II Practise Questions W2013 Key UPDATED

Which of the following life history characteristics

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Unformatted text preview: switched their sound frequency away from the moth’s sensitivity range. Some moths went further and evolved a way to interfere with the bats’ echolocation by producing their own high- frequency clicks. In response, when hunting a clicking moth, a bat must turn off its own sound pulses temporarily and focus on the moth by following the moth’s clicks. What do we call this type of adaptation in both bats and moths? A. neutral interaction B. coevolution C. trophic interaction D. evolution 49. What conclusion can be drawn from Gause’s experiments on interspecific competition in Paramecium? A. When two populations of Paramecium use the same limiting resource, they cannot coexist B. long term. C. One population of Paramecium used the other as a food source. D. When two populations of Paramecium use the same limiting resource, they can coexist long term. E. Both populations of Paramecium expire due to a buildup of waste products. 50. What is the term used to describe the process shown in the panels to...
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/20/2014 for the course BIOLOGY 1001 taught by Professor Tamarakelly during the Spring '13 term at York University.

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