Ecology Standard 4 Pre-test
An example of a limiting factor is:
deers running out of food
mudslides from earthquakes
complex food webs
Large species like lions, tigers, and snow leopards are often dispersed
Which of the following describes why individuals would live in close proximity in order to facilitate mating, gain protection, or access food resources
What does the population density show about a population?
Dispersion of individuals in a population
Survivorship of individuals in a population
Number of individuals in a population
Number of individuals per area in a population
What is the maximum number of individuals in a population that can be supported by the environment?
Density-independent limit factor
Which of the following species interactions is not a density-dependent limiting factor?
Parasites & Disease
The continued growth of a population without stopping represents what type of population growth?
Which of the following provides the best explanation of a population crash?
Introduction of new species to area
Too many individuals to be supported by resources
Immigration of species to new area
Increase number of predators
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