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E. edgeE. edgeA(n) ________ species lives within the borders of a habitat patch,avoiding edges where habitat change is abrupt.B.interiorB.interiorThe degree to which the landscape facilitates or impedes the movement of organisms among patches is called ________.H.connectivityH.connectivity
Question 76 out of 10 pointsAssuming primary succession, list the following plant groups in order from early-successional to late-successional.Correct AnswerSelected Answer1. lichen1. lichen2. grasses/herbaceousplants2. grasses/herbaceousplants3. shrubs3. shade-intolerant trees4. shade-intolerant trees4. shrubs5. shade tolerant trees5. shade tolerant treesQuestion 8Needs GradingUsing specific examples for each, explain the differences between primary and secondarysuccession.Your response should be at least 75 words in length.Question 9Needs GradingExplain the difference between the organismal concept of communities and the individualistic continuum concept. Which do you think more accurately describes real communities, and why?Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

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