Biology Study Set 1

Biology

Quiz 18 :
Populations

Quiz 18 :
Populations

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A group of organisms of one species occupying a geographical location at the same time is a
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Explanation: A population is one interbreeding group of organisms from a species.Please see section 18.1 for more information.

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The physical location where an organism lives is termed its
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Explanation: Animals are usually well adapted to their particular habitat.Please see section 18.1 for more information.

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All of the organisms in a given location or area are termed a
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Explanation: A community is composed of populations from a number of different species.Please see section 18.1 for more information.

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The study of the relationships among organisms and the environment is
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The number of individuals of a species per unit area or volume of habitat is
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The number of new individuals produced per unit time in a population is its
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The number of individuals that die in a population per unit time is its
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A population age structure diagram depicting an equal number of individuals in each age group suggests that the population is
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In a survivorship curve,a type I species,like a human or elephant,is a species that has
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In a survivorship curve,a type II species,like a song bird,is a species that has
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In a survivorship curve,a type III species,like most insects and plants,is a species that has
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The maximum number of individuals that a habitat can support indefinitely is the habitat's
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In regards to a species' life history,opportunistic species
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In regards to a species' life history,equilibrium species
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A human population with a large percentage of pre-reproductive individuals is common in
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A human population with a large percentage of post-reproductive individuals is common in
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Predation of deer by wolves is an example of a
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An example of a density-independent factor that affects a population's growth is
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In 2010,India had a population of 1,170,000,000,a birth rate of 0.027,and a death rate of 0.013.What was the growth rate of India's population?
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In 2010,India had a population of 1,170,000,000,a birth rate of 0.027,and a death rate of 0.013.Approximately how much did the Indian population grow in 2010?
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