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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 2060
Professor
Joyce Buck
Semester
Fall

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In Gaston Bonnier's (1890) transplant studies on Potentilla tormentilla plants in lowland and alpine sites in Europe he found that genetically different plants grown in different environments were morphologically different. genetically different plants grown in different environments were morphologically the same. genetically identical plants grown in different environments were morphologically different. genetically identical plants grown in different environments were morphologically the same. What type of population growth is shown by species such as Phlox drummondii with no overlapping generations? Geometric population growth Limited population growth Linear population growth Logistic population growth What type of population growth will likely occur for invasive species during the period in which they are expanding into a new territory? Exponential population growth Limited population growth Linear population growth Logistic population growth The studies by Carroll and Boyd (1992) and Carroll et al. (1998) testing for adaptation in soapberry bugs took advantage of 3 new species of plants introduced by accident to Florida and southcentral USA. 3 new species of plants introduced on purpose to Florida and southcentral USA. 3 new species of soapberry bugs introduced by accident to Florida and southcentral USA. 3 new species of soapberry bugs were introduced on purpose to Florida and southcentral USA. What type of population growth is characteristic of populations that are colonizing a new habitat and by populations that are recovering from the effects of habitat destruction or hunting when these have been curtailed? Exponential population growth Linear population growth Logarithmic population growth Logistic population growth What is a synonym (2 words) for age distribution? Your population Answer: pyramid (Age structure, Age structures) Getzin et al. (2006) looked at the small scale distribution pattern of trees in a Douglas-fir forest on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Their surprising results were that they expected that strong competition would result in a clumped distribution pattern, but they found a random distribution pattern. they expected that strong competition would result in a clumped distribution pattern, but they found a regular distribution pattern. they expected that strong competition would result in a regular distribution pattern, but they found a clumped distribution pattern. they expected that strong competition would result in a regular distribution pattern, but they found a random distribution pattern. In which theoretical type of survivorship curve is the rate of mortality constant over time? Type I Type II Type III Type IV he reciprocal transplant study by Carroll et al. (1998) demonstrated adaptation in soapberry bugs because natural selection did not occur. when soapberry bugs that normally live on native host plants were moved to introduced plants, their survival and reproductive rates decreased. when soapberry bugs that live on introduced plants are moved to native plants, their survival and reproductive rates decreased. both b and c. In the studies by Damuth (1981) and Peters and Wassenberg (1983) on animals and the study by White (1985) on plants, what was the relationship between organism size and population density? There is a negative relationship between organism size and population density in most plants and animals. There is a positive relationship between organism size and population density in most plants and animals. There is a positive relationship between organism size and population density in most animals and a negative relationship between organism size and population density in most plants. There is a positive relationship between organism size and popu
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