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HOW TO CONSERVE AQUATIC RESOURCES

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Resource – the word resources has been variably defined but the meaning is common to all this i.e. Tilman (1982) defined resources as all things consumed by an organism e.g. phosphates, nitrates, light etc are resources of plants. Nectar, pollen and holes (in a log of wood) are considered resources of a bee. Land, water, minerals these would be resources for man. Tilman “what did he mean when he said consume?” it does not mean eaten only, although nectar and pollen can be eaten by a bee, b...

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Chapter 17—PROCESSES OF EVOLUTION. All Answers

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Multiple Choice 1. New alleles arise by a. mutation. b. migration. c. genetic drift. d. random mating. e. independent assortment. : a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section 17.1 What is microevolution? KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Remember 2. Mutations that neither harm nor help an organism are called a. dominant. b. null. c. standard. d. neutral. e. recessive. : d POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section 17.1 What is microevolution? KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Remember NOTES: Modi...

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Bio 1108 Final Exam (VerfiedAnswers)

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Bio 1108 Final Exam (Verified Answers) The term "n" refers to the size of a population, that is the number of individuals in a population. In general, in a sample of n individuals, the frequency of an allele is If a population is not in Hardy Weinberg, we can conclude that: The goldenrod gall fly lays its eggs on the terminal buds of goldenrod plants. Larvae chew through the buds and into the stems, where their saliva induces the plant to generate a gall (an outgrowth of tissue). This gall ...

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Chapter 10 Externalities. All Answers. Graded A

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Chapter 10 Externalities TRUE/FALSE 1. Markets sometimes fail to alate resources efficiently. : T : 2 : 10-0 : Analytic : Markets, market failure, and externalities : Market failure : Interpretive 2. When a traction between a buyer and seller directly affects a third party, the effect is called an exter-nality. : 1 : 10-0 : Analytic : Markets, market failure, and externalities : Externalities : Definitional 3. Buyers and sellers neglect the external effects of their actions when deciding ho...

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Chapter 41—COMMUNITY ECOLOGY . All Answers

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1. An oxpecker bird eats ticks off of a cape buffalo. What benefit is it providing for the mutualistic relationship? a. nutrients b. grooming c. protection d. reproductive aid e. living space improvements : c POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section 41.1 How do species cooperate? KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Understand NOTES: New 2. What is an example of a habitat? a. predator b. intestinal tract c. parasite d. producer e. decomposer : b POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section ...

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Chapter 27—PLANT REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT. All Answers

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1. What type of pollinator would an unscented, red flower attract? a. honeybees b. butterflies c. beetles d. bats e. birds : e POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section 27.1 What are the structure and function of flowers? KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Remember NOTES: New 2. Wind-pollinated flowers are typically ____. a. nectar-producers b. involved in the fertilization process of pollinators c. brightly colored d. small, pale, and odorless e. composed of UV reflecting pigment...

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Chapter 21—PLANT EVOLUTION. All Answers

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1. In which plant type is water not required for fertilization? a. gnetophytes b. mosses c. ferns d. hornworts e. horsetails : a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES: Section 20.1 How did plants adapt to life on land? KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Remember NOTES: New 2. The cuticle of a plant is primarily for the ____. a. retention of water b. conduction of fluids c. absorption of carbon dioxide d. protection from strong sunlight e. physical structure : a POINTS: 1 REFERENCES...

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