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5 Matching questions

  1. Expontential Population Growth
  2. Ecosystem
  3. Replacement Rate
  4. Permafrost
  5. Estuary
  1. a A permanently frozen layer of icy soil found in most tundra and some taiga
  2. b Average required fertility for each female to produce exactly enough offspring to replace herself and her mate
  3. c Occurs when (r)-rate of increase-doesn't change over time; and the growth rate isn't dependent on the number of individuals in a population
  4. d All the organisms that live in a geographic region, together with the abiotic (nonliving) components that affect or exchange material with organisms; a community and its physical environment
  5. e An enivronment of brackish (partly salty) water where a river meets the ocean

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Decisions or analyses that weigh the fitness costs and benefits of a particular action
  2. The average number of female offspring produced by a female in a certain age class
  3. Unused resources and space
  4. Shallow marine waters beyond the intertidal zone, extending down to about 200 meters, where the continentsl shelf ends
  5. Treeless biome in polar and alpine regions with short slow growing vegetation, permafrost, and long intensely cold winters

5 True/False questions

  1. Population EcologyThe study of how and why the number of individuals in a population changes over time

          

  2. Benthic ZoneIn an aquatic habitat, water that is shallow enough to recieve some sunlight (whether or not it's enough for photosynthesis)

          

  3. MigrationIn ecology, a cyclical movement of large numbers of organisms from one geographic habitat to another

          

  4. Hamilton's RuleShallow marine waters beyond the intertidal zone, extending down to about 200 meters, where the continentsl shelf ends

          

  5. Indirect FitnessThe migration of individuals into a population from other populations

          

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