The great German naturalist and geographer Alexander von Humboldt observed that within a region species richness increased with increasing explored area, but only up to a limit. In fact, relation between species richness and area for a wide variety of taxa (angiosperm plants, birds, bats, freshwater fishes) turns out to be a rectangular hyperbola. Now find out correct equations shown in the graph:

(a) I - S = CAZ; II - Log S = log C + Z log A

(b) I - Log S = log C + Z log A; II - S = CAZ

(c) I - S = CAZ + log C; II - Log S = log C + Z log A

(d) I - S = CAZ + log A; II - Log S = log C + Z log A

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