forest ors ing birds Why might biologists assemble species into functional groups when examining community structure? Question options: cus on species by species interactions ull model nd the significance of a single species by assembling them in functional groups nd functional types because the impact of individual species might not be a significant factor. The intermediate disturbance hypothesis predicts that: 0/2.5 mks Question options: ance will increase diversity. e disturbance will increase diversity. e disturbance will decrease diversity. bance will increase diversity. Which backyard would you predict to have the greatest diversity of birds? 0/2.5 mks Question options: wly planted seedlings to 10-year-old trees 5- to 50-year-old trees
0- to 100-year-old trees When apparent competition occurs, the: Question options: of predator and prey species are smaller. of the predator species is larger and the populations of the prey species are smaller. of the predator species is smaller and the populations of the prey species are larger. of predator and prey species are larger. When we observe a corridor wide enough to contain an interior habitat, we are looking at: 0/2.5 mks Question options: connectivity. dor. ct. When a forest gradually merges into a grassland over a wide area, the border between the two landscape patches is referred to as a(n): Question options: der. border. border. As the fertility of soil on the forest floor increases, the:
Question options: of plants increases. ts decreases. plants decreases. species of plants increases. Which of the following increases connectivity between patches? Question options: s In succession, which type of environmental change occurs when the physical environment changes, such as an increase in temperature or salinity? Question options: What is the resource-ratio hypothesis? 0/2.5 mks Question options: sional species are not affected by species of previous stages. hree strategies respecting resource use by plants.
attern of changing allocation of carbon to aboveground tissues.
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