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UCSF Quiz 4

ch. 6

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Experiment Gause conducted using 2 species of single-celled paramecium in which growth profiles of 2 differ based on if they were grown separate or together led to a)solution intervention theory b)competitive exclusion principle c)ecosystem anorexia rule b) competitive exclusion principle
In exploitation competition, one species uses resources more efficiently and faster than others. a) true b)false a) true
Cattle and goats are examples of a) predators b) herbivores c) parasites b) herbivores
Animals that hunt, kill, and eat other animals for food are a) predators
Organisms that feed on other living host organisms without killing them are a) predators b) herbivores c) parasites c) parasites
The highest trophic level (4th) in the food chain is where the tertiary consumers reside. Name the other three levels and the types of organisms that populate each in descending order along with the type of organisms that exist below lowest level. Secondary Consumers: carnivores, Primary Consumers: herbivores, Primary Producers: plants, Decomposers: bacteria, fungi
Created by: mpiontek