STARR Chapter 40 Test Review

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Question 1

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What is a population?
Answer
  • A group of one species inhabiting the same area.
  • Several population living in the same area.
  • All of the living things in the entire world.

Question 2

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What type of population size estimation is shown in the picture?
Answer
  • Mark and Recapture
  • Plot sampling

Question 3

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Which picture represents random distribution?
Answer
  • A
  • B
  • C

Question 4

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Which image represents clumped distribution?
Answer
  • A
  • B
  • C

Question 5

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What is the per capita growth rate (r) of a shrew population if the birth rate is .4 and the death rate is .1?
Answer
  • .5
  • .3
  • .1

Question 6

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What is the size of a shrew population after one month if the starting shrew population is 300 shrews and the per capita growth (r) is 0.3?
Answer
  • 300
  • 390
  • 100

Question 7

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[blank_start]________________[blank_end] curves, death rate is high early in life. [blank_start]______________[blank_end] curves death rate for the population is fairly constant. [blank_start]___________[blank_end] curves; death occurs later in life.
Answer
  • Type III
  • Type II
  • Type I

Question 8

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When did the shrew population reach carrying capacity?
Answer
  • Around 5 months
  • Around 11 months
  • Around 15 months

Question 9

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Which population has the highest percentage of births compared to the rest of their population?
Answer
  • Mexico
  • United States
  • Sweden

Question 10

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In the United States are their more women or men above 60?
Answer
  • Women
  • Men

Question 11

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Density independent limiting factors include forest fires, tornadoes and floods.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 12

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Select the following reasons carrying capacity could be reached.
Answer
  • Competition for food
  • Competition for shelter
  • Loss of habitat
  • Increased amount of land
  • Reduction in competition
  • Increased food
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