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At carrying capacity, some members of a population will die because
a) the environment can support many more of that organism b) the environment can support no more of that organism c) they just die of old age d) they are being hunted more
An increasing human population has also caused
a) increased use of resources and pollution b) increased use of resources only c) increased pollution only d) a decrease in pollution and use of resources
Food availability, disease, climate, water and territory are all examples of
a) non essentials b) surprises c) non limiting factors d) limiting factors
If a predator population decreases, then its prey population should increase because
a) more prey are being eaten b) fewer prey are being eaten c) more pray are starving d) fewer pray are starving
Associating a certain behavior with a reward, such as Pavlov's dog is called
a) imprinting b) habituation c) migration d) classical conditioning
In mutualism
a) both species benefit b) neither species benefits c) one species benefits while the other is harmed d) none of these
In parasitism
a) both species benefit b) neither species benefits c) One species benefits while the other is harmed d) none of these
Forming a social attachment to another animal at an early, critical time of life (like a duckling does) is called
a) imprinting b) habituation c) migration d) classical conditioning
After moving to his new home, a man is startled several times a day due to close proximity to a passing train. According to habituation, what should eventually happen?
a) He will no longer be startled by the train. b) He will continue to be startled by the train. c) He will move to another house. d) Nothing will happen.
An example of phototaxis is
a) Betta fish fighting to the death b) a peacock spreading his feathers to attract a mate c) ants communicating information about the location of food d) sunflowers following the sun
An example of courtship behavior is
a) Betta fish fighting to the death b) a peacock spreading his feathers to attract a mate c) ants communicating information about the location of food d) sunflowers following the sun
The social behavior displayed by Betta Fish is
a) territoriality b) phototaxis c) pheremones d) courtship
An example of communication using pheremones
a) Betta fish fighting to the death b) a peacock spreading his feathers to attract a mate c) ants communicating information about the location of food d) sunflowers following the sun
Hibernation is
a) slowing down body activities in response to cold weather b) slowing down body activities in response to cold weather c) Keeping busy to stay cool in hot weather d) slowing down body activities in response to hot weather
Estivation is
a) slowing down body activities in response to cold weather b) keeping busy to stay warm in cold weather c) Keeping busy to stay cool in hot weather d) slowing down body activities in response to hot weather
External fertilization is advantageous because
a) many eggs can be fertilized at one time b) few eggs are fertilized at one time c) no eggs are fertilized d) some eggs are fertilized
When the adult takes a different form than the adult it is called
a) metamorphosis b) puberty c) development d) growth
The main advantage of metamorphosis is
a) that adult and young share food b) that adult and young do not compete for food c) that adult and young share shelter d) that adult and young share space
Why do pesticides kill animals such a s eagles?
a) pesticide bioaccumulation increases as you go up a food chain b) pesticide bioaccumulation decreases as you go up a food chain c) pesticide bioaccumulation decreases as you go down a food chain d) none of these
Ways to be a good steward of our environment would be
a) recycle b) reduce waste c) reuse d) all of these
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