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By FloGrenade | Last updated: Jun 5, 2018
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The earth has various biotic and abiotic factors that have some effects on the environment. Biotic factors include living things whereas abiotic factors include non-living things. The test below tests your knowledge on the basic concepts of these two different factors and how they affect the environment. Give the test a try.
Questions and Answers
What are forms of dispersal?
Diffusion-gradual movement of population across hospitable terrain fir a period of generations
Jump dispersal-movement of individual organisms across a large distance followed by establishment of a pop. in new area
Secular dispersal-over evolutionary time
All of the above
_________ is any part of the biosphere where a particular species can live.
_______ the ability of a particular genotype or phenotype to leave descendants in future generations.
Behavioral mechanisms are
Random movement response gradient
Chemical cues - volatile odors , females attracting males
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