Test Bank For Ecology Concepts And Applications 4th Canadian Edition By Manuel C Molles

Test Bank For Ecology Concepts And Applications 4th Canadian Edition By Manuel C Molles

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Test Bank For Ecology Concepts And Applications 4th Canadian Edition By Manuel C Molles

Chapter 01

Introduction to Ecology

Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Which of the following levels of the organization is/are correctly ordered?
    A.populations, ecosystem, landscape, individuals, community
    B. individuals, populations, community, ecosystem, landscape
    C. biosphere, landscape, individuals, community, populations
    D. ecosystem, landscape, region, biosphere, populations
    E. individuals, community, populations, landscape, ecosystem

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 01-01 Ecologists study environmental relationships ranging from those of individual organisms to factors influencing global-scale processes.
Topic: 01-01 Overview of Ecology

  1. MacArthur’s conclusions that warblers can coexist by feeding in different zones of a single tree was based on:
    A.Lab experiments
    B. Natural history
    C. Quantitative observations
    D. Field manipulations
    E. Qualitative observations

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 01-02 Ecologists design their studies based on their research questions, the temporal and spatial scale of their studies, and available research tools.
Topic: 01-03 The Ecology of Forest Birds: Old Tools and New

 

  1. Ecology is:
    A.a science
    B. a worldview
    C. a philosophy
    D. a lifestyle
    E. a belief

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 01-01 Ecologists study environmental relationships ranging from those of individual organisms to factors influencing global-scale processes.
Topic: 01-01 Overview of Ecology

  1. Which of the following statements about natural history and ecology is correct?
    A.Natural history and ecology are essentially the same thing – they both examine the interactions between organisms and their environment.
    B. Natural history is the name that used to be given to what is now termed ecology.
    C. Natural history is purely qualitative (descriptions of interactions between organisms and the causes of these interactions), while ecology is purely quantitative (involving measurement and statistical analysis).
    D. Ecology describes the interactions between organisms and their environment, while natural history examines the causes of these interactions.
    E. Natural history describes the interactions between organisms and their environment, while ecology examines the causes of these interactions.

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 01-01 Ecologists study environmental relationships ranging from those of individual organisms to factors influencing global-scale processes.
Topic: 01-01 Overview of Ecology

  1. Which of the following is not true of a hypothesis?
    A.It is a potential answer to a research question.
    B. It is the only answer to a research question.
    C. It is testable through experimentation.
    D. It can be verified by other researchers.
    E. It is based on previous observations.

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 01-02 Ecologists design their studies based on their research questions, the temporal and spatial scale of their studies, and available research tools.
Topic: 01-02 Sampling Ecological Research

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