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Created by
Mr. Reynolds
Final Jeopardy
All the living and nonliving
things that interact in a
particular area are known as
What is an ecosystem?
A living thing is
What is an
All the living parts of an
ecosystem are called
What are biotic
The nonliving parts of an
ecosystem are called
What are abiotic factors?
The smallest unit of
organization in an
What is an organism?
All the members of one
species in a particular area
are known as a
What is a
If the death rate is
greater than the birth
rate, the population will
What is
If the number of individuals in
a predator population dropped
to zero, what would happen to
the size of their prey
What is increase?
All the living things in an area
make up the
What is community?
To determine the size of a population
that is hard to find it may be easier to
observe the tracks and other signs
that are left behind, this method is
What is indirect
An interaction in which one
organism kills and eats another
is called
What is predation?
A relationship in which both
species will benefit is called
What is mutualism?
A relationship where one
organism benefits at the
expense of another is called
What is parasitism?
A relationship in which one
organism benefits and the other
is neither helped nor harmed is
What is commensalism?
A long term relationship
between two species that
benefits at least one of the
species is called
What is symbiosis?
Organisms live in different
habitats because they require
different _____.
What are needs?
Three basic needs
What are water, food, and
An environmental factor that
prevents a population from
growing is called
What is a limiting factor?
An organisms needs are found
in its ?
What is a habitat?
A new housing development
causes this need to become a
limiting factor
What is space?
If a mouse eats seeds and is
eaten by a snake, what role
does the snake play in the food
What is a second level
An organisms particular role,
or how it makes its living is
What is a niche?
The struggle between
organisms to survive in a
habitat with limited resources
is known as
What is competition?
A parasite lives on or in a
What is a host?
The study of how living things
interact with each other and
with their environment is
known as
What is ecology?
In an energy pyramid, what level
has the least amount of energy?
What was the top level?