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  • Chapter 20 Review Game Test tomorrow! Closure Cards due tomorrow!
  • Because individuals in a population usually tend to produce more than one offspring…
    • A: populations tend to increase in size
    • B: populations remain stable in size
    • C: individuals tend to die quickly
    • D: number of individuals declines rapidly
    • Refer to the illustration above. Which of the following contributed to the change in world population during the 1900s shown in the graph?
    A: better sanitation B: improved health care C: agricultural improvements D: all of the above
  • Fire is a density-dependent factor.
    • false
  • A population of organisms grows
    • A: with no natural restrictions except the availability of food.
    • B: when the birth rate exceeds the death rate.
    • C: only in the absence of predators or natural diseases.
    • D: All of the above
    • Refer to the illustration below. Which letter in the graph indicates the approximate world population in the year 1950?
    A: A B: B C: C D: D
  • Which of the following does not represent a population?
    • a. all the robins in Austin, Texas
    • b. all the grass frogs in the pond of Central Park, New York City
    • c. all the birds in Chicago, Illinois
    • d. all the earthworms in Yosemite National Park
  • Owl pellets are owl poop.
    • false
  • Which population might be least likely to be devastated by a disease outbreak?
    • a. a small population who are all offspring of healthy, related parents
    • b. a large, genetically-diverse population
    • c. a small, genetically-uniform population
    • d. a few strong, healthy individuals
  • A country with a large number of middle-aged people will grow quickly.
    • false
  • According to the picture above, what type of dispersion is A?
    • A. random
    • B. even
    • C. clumped
    • D. attached
  • Which of the following is a density-independent factor?
    • A. food
    • B. temperature
    • C. water
    • D. number of nesting sites
  • Clumped population distributions result from organisms seeking clumped resources.
    • true
  • Refer to the illustration below. According to the graph,
    • A. there were no humans on Earth around 6000 BC.
    • B. the human population has never decreased in size.
    • C. increase in the food supply was responsible for the increase in the population.
    • D. the human population is currently rising dramatically.
    • Refer to the illustration below. The American Revolution began in 1776. According to the graph, what was the approximate world population at that time?
    A: 500 thousand B: 1 million C: 1 billion D: 2 billion
  • According to the graph below, what is the carrying capacity of the rabbits?
    • A. 45
    • B. 50
    • C. 70
    • D. 65
  • As a population reaches its carrying capacity, there is an increase in competition for
    • A. food.
    • B. mates.
    • C. shelter.
    • D. All of the above
  • According to the graph below, in what month were the rabbits experiencing exponential growth? (Hint: Growing very fast.)
    • A. May
    • B. June
    • C. August
    • D. September
  • The agricultural revolution enabled Earth’s human population to increase dramatically because it
    • A. allowed people to live in one place instead of moving from place to place in search of food.
    • B. stabilized and increased available food supplies.
    • C. resulted in people being healthier and therefore better able to resist diseases.
    • D. provided plenty of work for most of Earth’s population.
  • According to the graph above, what animals would correspond with curve Z?
    • A. elephants
    • B. insects
    • C. birds
    • D. humans
    X Y Z
  • Human population growth is most rapid in
    • A. Europe.
    • B. Japan.
    • C. the United States.
    • D. developing countries.
  • Look at the graph below. What type of graph is this?
    • A. exponential
    • B. j-shaped
    • C. carrying capacity
    • D. logistic
  • Trees growing along the banks of a river but not growing in the surrounding area would best be described as a ____ dispersion of the trees.
    • A. clumped
    • B. even
    • C. random
    • D. mixture of clumped, even, and random
  • Which of these items is NOT found in an owl pellet?
    • A. teeth
    • B. hair
    • C. skull
    • D. organs
  • According to the graph above, which curve is considered at Type III survivorship curve?
    • A. X
    • B. Y
    • C. Z
    • D. none of the above
    X Y Z
  • Refer to the illustration below. During which time period are the birth rate and death rate equal?
    • A. period “A”
    • B. period “B”
    • C. period “C”
    • D. period “D”
  • What's the difference between r-selected organisms and k-selected organisms?
    • A. r-selected organisms care for their children
    • B. k-selected organisms have many children
    • C. r-selected organisms usually only have one or two children
    • D. k-selected organisms care for their children
  • Refer to the illustration above. According to the graph, the human population
    • A. remained essentially unchanged for thousands of years.
    • B. doubled in size from 2000 BC to 1000 BC.
    • C. reached 1 billion in 1492.
    • D. will stop growing in the year 2000.
  • Why is inbreeding bad?
    • A. It’s illegal in the United States.
    • B. It increases the populations too much.
    • C. The offspring can have genetic diseases.
    • D. It creates a larger gene pool.
  • When a population begins inbreeding, what types of things will happen?
    • A. less diversity
    • B. smaller population size
    • C. more diseases
    • D. all of the above
  • Refer to the illustration below. During which time period does the birth rate exceed the death rate?
    • A. period “A”
    • B. period “B”
    • C. period “C”
    • D. period “D”
  • According to the graphs below, which country is most likely to grow quickly?
    • A. United States
    • B. Germany
    • C. Nigeria
    • D. All of the above
    U.S Germany Nigeria
  • Refer to the illustration below. During which time period does the death rate exceed the birth rate?
    • A. period “A”
    • B. period “B”
    • C. period “C”
    • D. period “D”
  • Very small populations are less likely to become extinct than larger populations.
    • false
  • Which of these is a density-dependent factor?
    • A. fire
    • B. flood
    • C. illness
    • D. none of these
  • The population of every country is steadily increasing.
    • false
  • According to the graphs above, which country is more likely to have a decline in growth?
    • A. United States
    • B. Germany
    • C. Nigeria
    • D. All of the above
    U.S Germany Nigeria
  • According to the graph above, what animals would correspond with curve Y?
    • A. humans
    • B. fish
    • C. birds
    • D. bacteria
    X Y Z
  • The population of Earth has not changed very much over the last 350 years.
    • False
  • Owls eat rodents.
    • true