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What is an example of bottom-up population regulation?



A. A drought causes grasses to decline, which reduces the number of grasshoppers. In turn, this reduces the number of shrews
B. In a freshwater stream, bass prey on snail darters. The darters hide in rocky shelters, where crayfish prey on them. As a result, the darter population declines.
C. Bald eagle populations decline as a result of bioaccumulation of DDT in their bodies. As a result, the rat population of the region increases.

This question is part of Unit 2: Sustainability and Biodiversity: Multiple Choice
Asked by love, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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Answered on Sep 13, 2017

A drought causes grasses to decline, which reduces the number of grasshoppers. In turn, this reduces the number of shrews
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