B have no effect on the physiology of an organism C are biological conditions

B have no effect on the physiology of an organism c

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B) have no effect on the physiology of an organism.C) are biological conditions that impact an organism's survival.D) do not vary in the environment.Answer: A
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3) The interaction of a biotic community and its abiotic environment is referred to as a(n)4) Which of the following is considered an abiotic component of the ecosystem?5) A biome is6) All populations of different species living and interacting within an ecosystem are referred to collectively as a(n)A) community.B) biome.C) population.D) ecosystem.Answer: A7) Which of the following is the correct organization of ecological systems from the lowest to thehighest level of organization?
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8) Which of the following questions is most appropriate to an investigation at the population level?A) What is the effect of diminished resources on an individual's life span?B) What is the relationship between resource availability and birthrate?C) What factors influence the distribution of tropical forests?D) How long does it take for carbon to be cycled from the atmosphere into living tissue?9) An ecologist who focuses on the individual could study all of the following, except10) A hypothesis refers to a(n)A) phenomenon that is observed but is not yet understood.B) testable explanation for an observed phenomenon.C) untestable explanation for an observed phenomenon.D) falsified explanation for an observed phenomenon.Answer: B11) The correct sequence of the scientific method is
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