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All of the different species living in a particular location are called a/an
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Which one of the following statements expresses a characteristic of MDCs?
A. MDCs produce most of the world's hazardous wastes.
B. People in MDCs use less water than those in LDCs.
C. The population of MDCs is larger than that of LDCs.
D. The age structure of MDCs is less stable than that of LDCs.
B. MDCs produce most of the world?s hazardous wastes.
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Following deforestation of tropical forests, the remaining soil is nutrient-poor because
A. it's mostly sand.
B. most nutrients have been absorbed by the vegetation.
C. there are no remaining nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
D. it's located over bedrock.Weegy:
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What is the term for an evolutionary change in one species that results in the evolutionary change of another species?
A. Competitive evolution
C. Binary evolution
D. Interactive evolution
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The number of individuals an environment can sustain for an indefinite period of time is called its
A. limit of growth.
B. carrying capacity.
C. ideal birth rate.
D. rate of growth.
D. carrying capacity. The number of individuals an environment can sustain for an indefinite period of time is called its carrying capacity.
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The main reason for land subsidence is
A. land exploitation.
B. the destruction of plant life.
D. the removal of water from aquifers.
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What is described by the following sentence? The members of a population are small in size, the young mature early, they get little care from their parents, and they have a short life span.
A. Opportunistic population
B. Population of mountain gorillas
C. Species of birds approaching extinction
D. Equilibrium population
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What occurs when members of one species try to use necessary resources that are in limited supply?
A. Natural disasters
C. Predator-prey cycles
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If, over a period of 10 years, a population has a logistic growth rate, you would expect to see
A. accelerating population growth over the entire period.
B. a death rate much higher than the birth rate.
C. an S-shaped curve followed by a J-shaped curve.
D. a stable equilibrium phase.Weegy:
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Which statement best describes the competitive exclusion principle?
A. Character displacement is evidence of competition and resource partitioning.
B. No two species can occupy the same ecological niche at the same time.
C. Decreased competition between two species leads to increased niche specialization.
D. Adjacent ecological niches lead to the elimination of one of the niches.Weegy:
The best answer is D. Organisms are always evolving so it is hard to force them to interact in predictable ways.
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A species that takes in only inorganic nutrients is called a/an
A species that takes in only inorganic nutrients is called a/an D. autotroph. Auto answered|Score .9952|papap|Points 127|User:
The science of ecology developed from the study of
C. natural history.
D. human populations.
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Which biochemical cycle aids plants through bacterial nodules in soil?
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All the interconnected paths of energy flowing from species to species in an ecosystem is called a
A. detrital food web.
B. food web.
C. trophic level.
D. food chain.
All the interconnected paths of energy flowing from species to species in an ecosystem is called a: A. food web.Auto answered|Score .5962|andrewpallarca|Points 18691|User:
In an ecosystem, a large number of species are dependent on one particular species of bird. The species of bird is an example of a/an _______ species.
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When decomposers are unable to break down industrial wastes, they become more concentrated as they move through the food chain. This process is called biological
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An example of a renewable energy source is
An example of a renewable energy source is A coal C land B water D minerals? B water How is water a renewable energy source? over again. [ The process is never ending. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/An_exampe_of_a_renewable_energy_source_is_A_coal_B_water_C_land_D_minerals
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The process in which two species interact in ways that benefit both of them is called
D. mutualism is the process in which two species interact in ways that benefit both of them. Your answer is D. mutualism. Auto answered|Score .5733|vchutkan|Points 5734|User:
Which of these is an indirect value of biodiversity?
A. Agricultural value
B. Provision of consumable resources
C. Medicinal value
D. Prevention of soil erosion
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