← Ecology Test Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Mark-Recapture Sampling Method
- Exponential Population Growth
- Greenhouse Effect
- Biogeochemical Cycle
- a How an essential element moves from the environment through ecosystems and then back into the environment, no other thing can fill the roles of these nutrients
- b Heat builds up in the lower atmosphere, the temperature near the earth's surface rises
- c Bacteria produce nitrite when they strip electrons of ammonium
- d As long as the per capita birth rate remains above the per capita death rate, a population will grow exponentially.
- e Used for mobile animals, when animals are captured and released and after a time period, the same number of animals are recaptured and the number of marked represent the whole population.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When a disturbed area in a community recovers
- The maximum number of individuals of a population that a giver environment can sustain indefinitely
- Cone-bearing trees are the primary producers of these forests, they are located more in Asia, Europe and North America
- Herbivore, the primary consumer
- Energy flows mostly into herbivores, carnivores and then decomposers
5 True/False Questions
Resource Partitioning → A subdividing of some category of similar resources that lets competing species exist
Primary Succession → When a pioneer species takes over a barren landscape and soon improve soil and other conditions
Zero Population Growth → An interval during which the number of births is balanced by the number of deaths.
Climax Community → A stable, self-perpetuating array of species in equilibrium with one another in their habitat
Carbon Cycle → Gaseous nitrogen travels in an atmospheric cycle where gaseous nitrogen is converted so it can enter the food chain, and is then released