While considering how disturbances affect communities the individualistic

While considering how disturbances affect communities

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85.While considering how disturbances affect communities, the individualistic hypothesis states thata) communities do not achieve equilibrium but are rather in a steady stage of fluxb) mature communities are at equilibriumc) communities have one main dominant specie which exerts control over the environment d) disturbances are only in equilibrium when there are no invasive species present 86._________ succession begins in an area where soil remains after a disturbance87.An event which changes a community by removing organisms and altering resources available is known as88.Latitudinal clines are global patterns in species diversity where ______89.Species richness isa) the proportion of each species represents of total individuals in the communityb) the total number of one particular specie in a communityc) the total number of different species in a communityd) the proportion of keystone species in a community 90.Species richness states that two different communities91.Generally small islands will have92.In which of the following areas would you most likely observe primary succession?ANSWER KEY
70. D71. B72. D73.C (B is correct answer)74.A (C is correct answer)75. D76. C77. A78. A79.B (C is correct answer)80.C (D is correct answer)81.D (A&B are both correct)82.A (C is correct answer)83.C (All of the above are true)84.A (A/C is true)85. C86.A (D is correct answer)87.D (B is correct answer)88. B89.B (C is correct answer)90.C (B is correct answer)91.B (D is correct answer)92.B (D is correct answer)

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