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Question number: 47

Behavior and Ecology
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Why is utilizing Rainforest biome for large scale agriculture unsustainable?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Because the temperature is too warm

b.

Because the soil is nutrient poor

c.

Because the soil is too wet

d.

Because the soil is too thin

e.

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Question number: 48

Behavior and Ecology
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Biodiversity is going to be greatest in which of the following locations? (Assume the area of each is three square miles of land)

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a.

A cornfield in Ohio

b.

The arctic Tundra in Northern Canada

c.

A pine forest in South Carolina

d.

The Amazon Jungle in Brazil

e.

None of the above

Question number: 49

Behavior and Ecology
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The below graph represents the interaction between the moose and wolves populations. If the moose population continues to decrease, the wolves’ supply would decreases. What will most likely to happen with the population of wolves?

Wolves and Moose on isle Royale

Wolves and Moose on Isle Royale

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Increases greatly

b.

Decreases

c.

Increases slightly

d.

Remain the same

e.

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Question number: 50

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The underneath image is represented as an example of?

Image represented as an example

Image Represented as an Example

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Imprinting

b.

Operant conditioning

c.

Classical conditioning

d.

Mixed conditioning

e.

All of the above