Lecturer Zoology MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC SPSC BPSC Test No. 47

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Zoology
Subject Zoology Test 47
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 47

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Organisms that are potentially prey often are camouflaged, and this is called:

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Flounder is a type of fish that looks like the seafloor. This is an example of___.

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___ views a community as the chance assemblage of organisms with similar abiotic needs.

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When equilibrium is  reached on an island____.

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A leech that attaches itself to a swimmer is an example of a____.

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A lake community suddenly suffers from algal blooms. Using the strategy of biomanipulation , an ecologist may propose____.

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According to the theory of island biogeography, species richness would be greatest on an island that is:

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Due to interspecific competition an animal's____ may not be observed in nature.

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Which theory below suggests that reducing or increasing the abundance of one species in a community affects many other species?

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The study of population structure is....

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What type of population interaction benefits neither population?

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The niche of an animal is___.

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The recent increase in atmosphere CO² concentration is mainly a result of an increase in:

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The flower fly resembles a honeybee, but the flower fly has no stinger. This is an example of___.

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The survivorship curve of most invertebrates and many " lower" vertebrates such as fish shows.....

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In the equations describing population growth, K indicates the.....

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A field contains 950 kg of plant material. How many kilograms of tertiary consumers could be supported?

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The relationship between species A and species B is described as commensalism. This means that___.

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A(n) ___ includes all of the communities in a certain area as well as the abiotic environment.

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Two species of turtles that inhabit different lakes are more similar morphologically than two species that occupy the same lake . This is an example of___.

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Most modular animals reproduce:

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The number and abundance of species in a particular community is a measurement of......

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Exponential growth may be graphed ( time versus population size) in a (n)____ shaped curve.

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In the equations describing population growth, r indicates the.....

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If resources are not in short supply, ___ would not be expected to occur.

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