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Interactions and Ecosystems Final Concept Review Sheet
Topic:
Format:
Interactions and Ecosystems
50 Multiple Choice: 31 Understands and Makes Connections
19 Analyze and Solve Problems
Study Tools: Textbook ____________ Textbook review 89, 90, 91
Notebook, split page notes, quizzes, concept review sheet, vocab list, old quizzes, labs
Edquest.ca  student tests
Study HOW? ACTIVE study methods, read & review notes, notebooks, write, diagrams, webs, pictures,
discuss, ask questions, practice tests, get a head start (no cramming)
Use these concept topics to create challenging questions and answer with detailed statements and examples
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An ecosystem is______________
Biotic, abiotic: list examples of both
Interactions in ecosystems such as schoolyard examples
What makes a species?
Population and communities
Symbiotic relationships are relationships….
Commensalism, mutualism, parasitism…explain and examples
Adaptations..physical/structural…behavioral
Unintended consequences..whoops!
Declining beaver population
Garbage issues and solutions
Sanitary landfill is.. Calgary’s landfills: give details
Reduce, reuse, recycle, recover: mean , how are they different? examples
difference between recycling and reusing…
consumers & producers : which foods contain the highest amount of E
carnivores
herbivores
omnivores
Photosynthesis (the formula). How related to cellular respiration?
cellular respiration is the process responsible for releasing ______
scavengers
decomposers..list of… release carbon into the air (carbon cycle)..recycle minerals for…
ecoli bacteria…
energy chains show/always start with/examples
10% rule…flow of energy (not recycled)…where does 90% of energy go to… a product of those
reactions is released as_______
Food web
food pyramid: who is at bottom? at top? where is largest biomass?
difference between eating plants and eating “meat” (energy pyramid)
primary, secondary, tertiary (level 3) consumers
What is matter?
cycling means
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water cycle: .explain evaporation, condensation, precipitation
carbon exists in coal, oil and ______________
carbon cycle: explain and give examples. What produces carbon dioxide?
Examining the distribution of living things
Quadrat
What kinds of changes occur in ecosystems?
Bioinvasion: examples - starlings, purple loosestrife… why do they flourish?
¼ of Canada’s plant species are NOT ________
competition..for food, water and habitat..examples
predation
what is the predator/prey cycle…read graph and interpret information (60) or in your notebook
(examples: snowshoe hare and lynx)
how does weather affect populations
succession is
examples of pioneer species: lichen
primary succession
climax community
secondary succession examples…
HUMAN impact within ecosystems
Chemical use of DDT: problems
DDT affecting the food chain
Ppm…bioaccumulation means..explain and give an example in food chain
Too late…extinct
Endangered examples, threatened examples: how are they related
Peregrine falcon…positive impact/negative impact of humans
The golden toad
The walk that no wolf would take the walk.. bears and train tracks!
ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTS are a measure of … using…
When we say an average of 7.7 __________ (what is the measure?)
Who has the biggest footprint? the smallest?
How can you reduce your footprint