GS Study Guide- Quarterly
Ecology and Evolution
Complete the following statements
1. Darwin noticed that the finches have a similar physical appearance. This supports the
hypothesis that the finches had a _ ancestor. 16.3
2. Individuals that inh
20.3 Diseases Caused by Bacteria
Explain how bacteria cause disease.
Explain how viruses cause disease.
Define emerging disease and explain why emerging diseases are a threat to human health.
Explain how the two groups of prokaryotes differ.
Describe how prokaryotes vary in structure and function.
Explain the role of bacteria in the living world.
Classifying Prokaryotes The smal
Chapter 5 Standardized Questions
1. The maximum number of organisms of a particular species that can be supported by an
environment is called
A. carrying capacity.
B. logistic growth.
C. exponential growth.
D. population density.
2. A limi
Chapter 5 Review-H
1. Density, Age Structure, Range, and Distribution Types
2. Immigration, Emigration, Death and Birth Rates
3. Exponential and Logistic Growth
4. Density-Dependent and Density-Independent limiting factors
5. Carrying Capacity
Chapter 5 Review-CP
1. What are density and the three types of distribution?
2. What factors influence growth rate?
3. What ways can a population increase? Decrease?
4. The shape of exponential and logistic growth curves
5. Logistic growth is repre
5.3 Human Population Growth
Discuss the trend of human population growth.
Explain why population growth rates differ in countries throughout the world.
Historical Overview The size of the human population h
5.2 Limits to Growth
Identify factors that determine carrying capacity.
Identify the limiting factors that depend on population density.
Identify the limiting factors that do not depend on population density.
5.1 How Populations Grow
List the characteristics used to describe a population .
Identify factors that affect population growth.
Describe exponential growth.
Describe logistic growth.
Chapter 3/4 Test Review CP
1. List the levels of ecological complexity, beginning with the most specific.
2. The base of all ecological pyramids and food webs begin with
3. What are the two ways producers make carbohydrates?
4. List the types o