What will most likely happen to this ecosystem if the swordfish are killed by a virus?
The octopus and shark populations will decline.
Which of the followin would most likely happen if grasses and shrubs were removed from a rural new jersey ecosystem?
there would be a decrease of carbon dioxide available to the ecosystem
What will most likely happen if the ecology in the ecosystem feature in the map continues to be destroyed?
the biodiversity of the areas will be destroyed.
What would most likely occur if a plague killed most of the prey organisms within a once-healthy ecosystem?
It honestly depends on the specific ecosystem, but in any case, the loss of an entire species would mostly likely be detrimental to its surroundings.
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The mackerel population will increase.
more limewater would be present that some life may die from
What would most likely happen if most of the boa constrictors in the ecosystem were to die due to an illness?
The sloth and coati populations would increase.
What would most likely happen in the ecosystem if the zooplankton population significantly decreased?
All parts in the levels above this layer will become fewer.
The person is likely to be badly injured, or even killed.
Another species that eats the same food will decrease in population. for study island
What would most likely happen to these predators if a plague killed all of the American toads in the region?
population would decline
What would happen if grasses and shrubs were removed from an ecosystem? A.the primary consumers would increaseB.the primary consumers would become secondary consumersC.the primary consumers would die out or move elsewhereD.the primary consumers would stay unchanged
Depending on the plant. Most likely it will be killed off. Depending on the amount of saltwater of course.
they would be tried as an adult, after a physc evaluation. And more then likely sentenced to the death.
This is not likely to happen. This is not likely to happen. This is not likely to happen. This is not likely to happen.
It is possible but for now swordfish are not listed as an endangered species. In the North Atlantic, the swordfish stock is fully rebuilt, with 2010 biomass estimates currently 5% above the target level. Overfishing is likely occurring in the Indian Ocean, these stocks are considered of high conservation concern. Greenpeace International has added the swordfish to its seafood red list but not the endanger species list.
Taking out the largest group of animals on earth from an ecosystem would most likely destroy it. Insects outnumber humans I believe 100 to 1 if not more.
a new different ecosystem will evolve
It will most likely be killed in your stomach, i dont think a roach can survive all the contractions of the stomach muscles, plus the gastric acid.
with virulent parasites
PoultryTalk's Answer: No, most likely the worms dead so nothing will happen. The only thing that could happen is their could be a reinfestation which all you would have to do is reworm the chicken.
If it was discovered then most likely you would be tried and sentenced. The sentence would depend on the circumstances. You would be like put in jail and stuff.
Most likely a biome that has a good climate for trees and that has a good ecosystem for animal life.
1. The ecosystem would eventually return to its original state.
Populations in an ecosystem will most likely remain stable if the conditions stay the same. This means that the climate doesn't change and no organisms die off.
most of the time, a certain species helps the ecosystem in one way or another. for example, if spiders were to be completely eliminated, then there would be a massive build up of flies and any other insects the spiders eat. and i doubt anyone would like that many flies. so back to what i said, if a species were to be eliminated, then the ecosystem would most likely take a turn for the worse.
1) Sexual Reproduction - Genetic variation - Biodiversity - Ecosystem Stability
coastal ocean sysem
Depends on where you are in the world. It's much more likely to happen in Iraq than Canada, for example.
it can happen at any time it less likely to happen at a young age due to high metabolism that's the least likely it is more likely to happen in the teen era+
Soil quality is likely very good
(study island) Ecosystm Y
What will most likely occur if two different plant species compete for the same requirements in an ecosystem?
3.One species may be eliminated from that ecosystem
The most likely ecosystem to be found in SC is a deep ocean. hopefully my 100% correct answer will help you and your question! lol thx :)
I'm not totally sure. But with a lot of animals, we rely on them for many things(for example: without insects, we'd all die because they recycle a lot of the garbage on the earth) so likely, we need monkeys.
it depends on how many tornadoes happen in a year, but still if you don't have a basement you have a more likely chance to be killed if you are hit.
it is most likely to happen when the plant starts to reprduce i think
Which organism in this ecosystem would have the smallest population fern caterpillar grass grasshopper rabbit hawk fox robin?
A piece of grass will have a smaller ecosystem than other insects and animals. A bird will likely have the largest ecosystem.
How will the death of smaller plants and animals affect other biotic factors in a freshwater ecosystem?
If necessary organisms perish in an ecosystem it will eventually lead to ecodisaster and most likely ruin the entire ecosystem except for the hardiest of creatures.
A volcanic eruption
An intermediate stage
A likely event, mathematically, is more then 50% likely to happen. An unlikely event is less then 50% likely to happen.
it is most likely to happen at night when it is cold, it will happen on the face of a rock or cliff where water can get into the cracks.
Swordfish most likely spawn more than once per season. A swordfish ovary contains hundreds of millions of eggs. Eggs are fertilized externally and float at the sea surface due to the presence of a single droplet of oil. They incubate for about 2.5 days.
you are more likely to get killed by a coconut then a shark most shark attacks are non fatal
They are most likely to happen between May and November or from August to October.
They are not likely to happen in New York, no. But that doesn't mean they can't. They can.