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FORY 3100 Lecture Midterm Study Guide

by: Naomi Hampton

FORY 3100 Lecture Midterm Study Guide FORY 3100

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This study guide covers ideas that will be on the lecture midterm.
Dr. Nancy Loewenstein
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dendrology, Trees, variation, midterm
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Naomi Hampton on Monday October 3, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to FORY 3100 at Auburn University taught by Dr. Nancy Loewenstein in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Dendrology in forestry at Auburn University.


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Date Created: 10/03/16
FORY 3100 Lecture Midterm Study Guide a. Authority b. Carl Linnaeus e. Natural Range d. Silvics e. Dendrology f. Upland g. Species h. Speciation 1. Known responses of species to specific environmental conditions. 2. Woody plant taxonomy + silvics. 3. Ecotypes or climes continue to diverge genetically. 4. Father of Taxonomy who used the binomial system of classification. 5. Population of individuals that are morphologically and genetically similar with common parentage that produce similar offspring. 6. Person who named the species. 7. Geographical area where species has been documented to occur, where conditions of climate and soil are suitable and available for species growth. 8. Rarely occur in wetlands. 9. List and describe three margin types: a. b. c. 10. Give an example of a tree that has an acuminate tip. a. 11. . . is an example of a tree with odd pinnately compound leaves. 12. A spine is a. Modified bark b. Modified branch c. Modified stipule or leaf d. Pseudoterminal e. Acute 13. Which of the following is not an example of sources of variation within species? a. Genetic mutations b. Ecotypic variation c. Phenotypic plasticity d. Natural selection e. Developmental plasticity 14. Outcrossing, inbreeding, asexual, and hybridization are all types of . . 15. All of the following are activities that can promote establishment of invasive plants EXCEPT: a. Tree planting b. Harvesting c. Prescribed fire d. Release treatments e. All of the above are correct 16. List five factors included in determining natural range. a. b. c. d. e. 17. T F Facultative upland plants occur often in wetlands. 18. T F Mycorrhizae are an element of biota. 19. T F Indicator species can grow most anywhere. 20. T F Red oaks lack bristle-tipped lobes 21. T F Chestnut oaks are grouped with white oaks. 22. T F 75% of the species on Alabama’s invasive plant list are escaped ornamentals. 23. T F The lag phase occurs after public awareness begins. 24. T F Burning is the best control option for all invasive plants.


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