Module 7: Woodlot Ecology: Your Living Woodlot

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This person got 8 of 10 possible points.
Total score: 80 %

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Question:

Most of the soils in Nova Scotia were formed by glacial activity.

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True

False

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A loam is an example of a soil with mixtures of sad, silt and clay.

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True

False

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Mycorrhizae are formed by relationships between plants and fungi.

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True

False

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Springtails create "casts" of mixed earth and organic matter.

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True

False

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Most tree roots are found in the soil’s C horizon.

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True

False

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Root hairs greatly increase the surface area of roots.

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True

False

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Question:

Clay soils feel gritty and are not sticky.

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True

False

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Soil protozoa feed on soil bacteria.

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True

False

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Salamanders prefer open, sunny areas for habitat.

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True

False

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Question:

Soil colours can tell us about chemical reactions taking place in the soil.

Response:

True

False