SCIN 139 SCIN139 Quiz 1 Answers (APUS)

SCIN 139 SCIN139 Quiz 1 Answers (APUS)


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SCIN 139 Quiz 1 (APUS)

  1. From looking at trophic levels, the level that is defined as capturing energy from all levels is _________.
  2. The complexity of human survival networks includes all of the following except:
  3. In which major biome does much of the northern part of Africa occur? (Hint: south of the Chaparral biome.)
  4. The Inuit (Eskimo) gain most of their food by hunting marine and terrestrial mammals. This is an example of:
  5. On the population growth curves illustrated in Figure 2-4, “K” indicates:
  6. "In any conversion of energy from one form to another, some energy is degraded." This is a statement of the:
  7. In Chapter 2, biogeographical regions called ___________ have different combinations of climate, precipitation rates altitude, terrain, and geographic features.
  8. In which major biome does the central part of the U.S. occur in? (Hint: This question pertains to most of Texas and the central states north of Texas):
  9. The first (trophic) level of producers in the energy chain are called the ___________, or self-feeders. These are plants and algae that use photosynthesis.
  10. The periodic shift in climate that causes changes in disease organizations and crop production is known as:
  11. Adaptive acceleration over the last 200 years has created a new ecological niche called:
  12. Polynesian transition from fish, taro and coconut to spam, canned fish and refined white flour is an example of:
  13. An organisms ability to adjust to its environment is called:
  14. In which major biome would you find the coldest temperatures
  15. People living in more developed countries consume more grain directly than indirectly (though poultry or beef).
  16. Regarding 'Ecology' definitions, which type of ecology describes the diversity of population responses to environmental and social variables? 
  17. Populations in several world regions shifted to a more sedentary lifestyle dependent on foods they could grow or collect nearby. This happened during the: 
  18. What does "S.P.E.E.C.H." stand for?

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