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7.In which species would the number of malesleast affect the rate of population growth?a.in northern elephant sealsb.in Norwegian ratsc.in trumpeter swansd.in Canada geeseANS:A
PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:p. 1112TOP:44.2 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICSBLM: Knowledge8.Sea turtles are likely to die when they are young, but if they reach a large size they have a good chance of surviving. Which survivorship curve in the above figure best fits sea turtles?
PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Figure 44.6 | p. 1114TOP:44.3 DEMOGRAPHYBLM:Comprehension | Application9.Which survivorship curve are humans who live in environments with good medical care most likely to exhibit?
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PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Figure 44.6 | p. 1114TOP:44.3 DEMOGRAPHYBLM:Comprehension | Application10.What does the allocation of resources for survival, growth, and maximal reproduction determine?
PTS:1DIF:EasyREF:p. 1114TOP:44.4 THE EVOLUTION OF LIFE HISTORIESBLM: Knowledge11.Which of the following characteristics would have evolved in the life history strategy of a single species along with the number of offspring and the amount of care provided to each by the parents?a.multiple reproductive episodesb.low chance of survival in adulthoodc.passive parental cared.high fecundityANS:A
PTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:p. 1115TOP:44.4 THE EVOLUTION OF LIFE HISTORIESBLM: Comprehension12.Which of the following is descriptive of a population experiencing exponential population growth?
PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:p. 1118TOP:44.5 MODELS OF POPULATION GROWTHBLM:Knowledge | Comprehension13.Suppose that a population of 100 animals in logarithmic growth has rmax= 0.4 and K= 102. Also suppose that r= rmax(KN)/K. What is the value of r?
PTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:p. 1119TOP:44.4 THE EVOLUTION OF LIFE HISTORIESBLM: Application

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