Self Test

CORRECT!

Population size naturally fluctuates around the carrying capacity of the environment for that species, and carrying capacity of the environment for a species is not constant. So population size may over-shoot or under-shoot current carrying capacity of the environment, because adjustments in reproduction in response to resources are not instantaneous.

CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO THE QUIZ

Introduction | Self Test | Ecological Misconceptions | 5 E Method of Instruction
Our Research | Power of Story | Resources | Acknowledgements | Contact Us | Home
marmstro@binghamton.edu

Last Updated: 1/28/15