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4. Fill in the blank. _______ states that 2 or more species cannot coexist while consuming one, limited resource. a.Predatory specific hypothesisb.Competitive exclusion principlec.Coexistence niche principled.Niche partitioning hypothesise.Predator-mediated coexistence
5. A new plant was discovered in the woods by plant biologists in Southern Ontario. Interestingly, the plant appears to grow only as vines on white oak trees. When the plant was
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isolated, it quickly withered, but when grown on white oak trees the plant remained healthy. However, the white oak tree can grow, and appear unchanged, with or without the plant. What is this an example of?
Lecture 7:1. Most of the flora and fauna in a biodiversity hotspot are:
2.Succession that happens in an old abandoned farmland is an example of secondary succession because:
3.Which of the following is not true of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis:a) Rare disturbances cause more patches to be dominated by superior competitors.b) Frequent disturbances will result in more patches being dominated by superior opportunist.c) Rare disturbances and frequent disturbances result in a loss of species richness.d) Frequent disturbances cause more patches to be dominated by superior competitors.e) Rare disturbances will result in less patches being dominated by superior opportunist.
4.Which of the following is not an example of an activity that is causing massive coral reef loss worldwide:

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