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Manner in which species communicate
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The manner in which species communicate is usually structured based on some understanding but it often varies significantly. Language is what distinguishes man from other species who communicate mainly through sounds and pheromones. As rational beings, humans send and decipher messages more comprehensively through a combination of sounds, tonal variation, gestures, and body language

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Bio mastery exam 3 complete A+ guide (questions & answers_latest 2020
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Bio mastery exam 3 QUESTION 1 1. Estimates derived from plot sampling are most accurate when species are not very ____ and conditions across their habitat are uniform. a. healthy b. well-defined c. stationary d. mobile e. small in size 1 points QUESTION 2 1. Which characteristic applies to tropical rain forests? a. Diversity is limited because the tall forest canopy shuts out most of the incoming light. b. Competition for resources is extremely low. c. Temperatures vary great...

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Wk 2 Essay Select an ecosystem in your area (forest, lake, desert, grassland). Write a 525- to 700-word paper explaining the following: 1) Describe the structure of your ecosystem including important abiotic features and dominant plant and animal species
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Wk 2 Essay Select an ecosystem in your area (forest, lake, desert, grassland). Write a 525- to 700-word paper explaining the following: 1) Describe the structure of your ecosystem including important abiotic features and dominant plant and animal species. 2) Explain some functions/processes of your ecosystem including one nutrient cycle and one food chain. 3) Give two examples of species interactions (predation, competition, mutualism, etc.) that occur in your ecosystem. 4) Identify an invasive...

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ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental Science,100% CORRECT
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Study Guide for Exam 4: Chapters 11, 12, 13 Chapter 11 Biodiversity 1. When Aldo Leopold said, "The first rule to intelligent tinkering is to save all the pieces." in terms of biodiversity he meant that we should A. Save records of all species that have disappeared B. Not interfere with the disappearance of species C. Not cause species to disappear D. Not interfere with nature E. Aldo Leopold did not intend to have this statement applied to biodiversity 2. We are usually referring to sp...

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Chapter 24 Summary: Species and Speciation
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A summary that covers all parts of this chapter and has more depth than the Chapter Review. I apologize for the high price; Stuvia won't let me set a lower price. If things are not going so well financially, you can send me an e-mail (krispretor@gmail.com) and I will give it free or at a reduced price. Happy learning and good luck, Kris

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Chapter 19 Microbial Ecosystems,100% CORRECT
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Which metric describes the proportion of EACH species present in a community? A) species abundance B) species diversity C) species evenness D) species richness 2) Which of the following represents increasing microbial diversity? A) guild-community-population B) population-guild-community C) cell-community-population D) community-guild-population 3) The abundance of cyanobacterial mats has greatly declined due to the evolution of A) antimicrobial-producing fungi. B) bacteriophages...

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