Ecology Test 1 Study Guide
Ecology Test 1 Study Guide BIOL 3060
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Naomi Hampton on Monday September 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BIOL 3060 at Auburn University taught by Dr. John Feminella in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Principles of Ecology in Ecology at Auburn University.
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Ecology Test 1 Study Guide True/False 1) T F Ecology is the interactions between organisms and their environment. 2) T F Descriptive ecology is the approach in which you answer “why” does this pattern occur. 3) T F Descriptive, Functional, and Evolutionary are all terms that describe ecological approaches. 4) T F Inductive reasoning is when one uses general information and applies it to a specific case. 5) T F Holism decreases as you increase goes towards the biosphere level of organization. 6) T F Variation in extremity size is an adaptation to temperature variation. Multiple Choice 7) The Greenhouse Effect includes all of the following EXCEPT: a. Radiation b. Reduction c. Reflection d. Retention e. All of the above are true 8) All of the following are ecological factors EXCEPT: a. Light b. Humidity c. Waves d. Temperature e. Meteorological disturbances 9) A chaparral is best described as having a. A dry season b. Mild wet winter c. Cold dry winters d. Rain all year round e. None of the above Written Out 10)List three key variables in macro/microclimate. a. b. c. 11)What are the two types of limiting factors a. b.
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