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12.Populations in both dishes increase duringthe first two weeks. This probably is due toan abundance of:a) food onlyb) space onlyc) both food and spaced) both space and kind of dish
10.What was the average rate of change of micefrom 1925 to 1940?13.By the end of the third week, population Xshowed a gradual decrease, whilePopulation Y continued to increase. This
d) 36 per yearprobably was due to differences in the11.Which of the curves is an approximation ofthis population of field mice?14.15.What is the expected future growth patternfor Population Y?a) eventual decrease and extinctionb) alternating increases and decreasesc) homeostatic equilibriumd) continued decrease to an optimumsize; then stabilizationThe experiment involved the study ofpopulation growth in a(n)16.When a population's natural increase slows and its growth rate reaches zero, and it remains inequilibrium with the available environmental resources, it is said to have reached theenvironment's17.All the organisms that live in and on a pond would represent a(n)18.The relationship between an organism and its environment in terms of the role it plays is bestdescribed as the organism's
a) habitatb) communityc) ecological niched) ecosystem
Use this graph of aDaphniapopulation to answer the next four questions. {Daphniaare smallcrustaceans (1 to 3 mm long) that are related to the much larger crayfish and lobsters. They aresometimes used as food for tropical fish. MostDaphniaare females and reproduceparthenogenically,that is they lay eggs whichhatch and developinto adults without beingfertilized. }19.If theDaphniaare in a two liter aquarium, on day 6 what is their density (per liter) ?

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