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The number of individuals in a given area, such as an acre or a square mile, is a measurement known as:
a. population size.
b. minimum viable population.
c. population distribution.
d. population density.
2. Individuals who live in social groups are usually found in a ________________ distribution.
a. patterned
b. clumped
c. uniform
d. random
3. Under what conditions might we see exponential population growth?
a. When the population is large and approaching carrying capacity
b. When there is a sudden influx of a new food source
c. When there are enough predators around to keep the population in check
d. When a population has exceeded carrying capacity
4. What kind of things might cause a population experiencing exponential growth to transition to logistic growth?
a. The loss of that population's main predator
b. The emergence of a new food source such as ripening fruit on a tree
c. More competition for food from other species in the area
d. All of these could spur the transition.
5. Which of the following is an example of a density-independent factor for population growth?
a. Fire
b. Predators
c. Competition for nesting sites
d. Food availability
The number of individuals in a given area, such as an acre or a square mile, is a measurement known as:
a. population size.
b. minimum viable population.
c. population distribution.
d. population density.
2. Individuals who live in social groups are usually found in a ________________ distribution.
a. patterned
b. clumped
c. uniform
d. random
3. Under what conditions might we see exponential population growth?
a. When the population is large and approaching carrying capacity
b. When there is a sudden influx of a new food source
c. When there are enough predators around to keep the population in check
d. When a population has exceeded carrying capacity
4. What kind of things might cause a population experiencing exponential growth to transition to logistic growth?
a. The loss of that population's main predator
b. The emergence of a new food source such as ripening fruit on a tree
c. More competition for food from other species in the area
d. All of these could spur the transition.
5. Which of the following is an example of a density-independent factor for population growth?
a. Fire
b. Predators
c. Competition for nesting sites
d. Food availability
The number of individuals in a given area, such as an acre or a square mile, is a measurement known as:
a. population size.
b. minimum viable population.
c. population distribution.
d. population density.
2. Individuals who live in social groups are usually found in a ________________ distribution.
a. patterned
b. clumped
c. uniform
d. random
3. Under what conditions might we see exponential population growth?
a. When the population is large and approaching carrying capacity
b. When there is a sudden influx of a new food source
c. When there are enough predators around to keep the population in check
d. When a population has exceeded carrying capacity
4. What kind of things might cause a population experiencing exponential growth to transition to logistic growth?
a. The loss of that population's main predator
b. The emergence of a new food source such as ripening fruit on a tree
c. More competition for food from other species in the area
d. All of these could spur the transition.
5. Which of the following is an example of a density-independent factor for population growth?
a. Fire
b. Predators
c. Competition for nesting sites
d. Food availability
The number of individuals in a given area, such as an acre or a square mile, is a measurement known as:
a. population size.
b. minimum viable population.
c. population distribution.
d. population density.
2. Individuals who live in social groups are usually found in a ________________ distribution.
a. patterned
b. clumped
c. uniform
d. random
3. Under what conditions might we see exponential population growth?
a. When the population is large and approaching carrying capacity
b. When there is a sudden influx of a new food source
c. When there are enough predators around to keep the population in check
d. When a population has exceeded carrying capacity
4. What kind of things might cause a population experiencing exponential growth to transition to logistic growth?
a. The loss of that population's main predator
b. The emergence of a new food source such as ripening fruit on a tree
c. More competition for food from other species in the area
d. All of these could spur the transition.
5. Which of the following is an example of a density-independent factor for population growth?
a. Fire
b. Predators
c. Competition for nesting sites
d. Food availability
The number of individuals in a given area, such as an acre or a square mile, is a measurement known as:
a. population size.
b. minimum viable population.
c. population distribution.
d. population density.
2. Individuals who live in social groups are usually found in a ________________ distribution.
a. patterned
b. clumped
c. uniform
d. random
3. Under what conditions might we see exponential population growth?
a. When the population is large and approaching carrying capacity
b. When there is a sudden influx of a new food source
c. When there are enough predators around to keep the population in check
d. When a population has exceeded carrying capacity
4. What kind of things might cause a population experiencing exponential growth to transition to logistic growth?
a. The loss of that population's main predator
b. The emergence of a new food source such as ripening fruit on a tree
c. More competition for food from other species in the area
d. All of these could spur the transition.
5. Which of the following is an example of a density-independent factor for population growth?
a. Fire
b. Predators
c. Competition for nesting sites
d. Food availability

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