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Transcript
With
Miss Fallentine
Test
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Questions
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What is abiotic?
The ______ part of the
environment includes all
of the physical factors, such
as water, soil, light and
temperature.
Row 1, Col 1
What are decomposers?
“Nature’s recyclers”
are ___________?
1,2
What is symbiosis?
What is a close, long-term
association between two or
more species?
1,3
What is food web?
A _________ represents the
many energy pathways possible
in an ecosystem.
1,4
What is a population ?
A family of Marsh crab are
considered a __________, or
a group of the same species living
together in the same area.
2,1
What is its habitat and its niche?
The environment in which
an organism lives is its _______,
and the role the organism plays
in an ecosystem is its _______.
2,2
What are mutualism, commensalism, & parasitism?
Name the three groups of
symbiosis relationships?
2,3
What is limited factor?
When a resource organisms need
to live becomes scarce, that
resource is said to be a _______.
2,4
What is an ecosystem?
A _________ is made up of
a community of organisms and
its abiotic environment.
3,1
What are producers?
What is at the bottom, or base,
of the energy pyramid?
3,2
What is the host and parasites?
The Tomato Hornworm is the
________ and the young wasps
are the __________.
3,3
What are carnivores?
Leopard seals are what kind
of consumers?
3,4
What is an ecologist?
What kind of scientist studies
the interactions between
organisms and their
environment?
4,1
What are carnivores, herbivores, omnivores and
scavengers?
Name the four different
consumers.
4,2
What is a pollinator ?
What is an organism called that
carries pollen from flower
to flower?
4,3
What is a population?
The old adage, “birds of a feather
flock together” describes which
level of environmental
organization?
4,4
What is five?
How many “Levels of
Environmental Organization”
are there?
1,5
What is sunlight?
What is the main source of
energy for almost all living
things?
2,5
What are competition, predators & prey, symbiotic
relationships and coevolution?
Name the four main ways
that species and individuals
affect each other?
3,5
What is carrying capacity?
The largest population of an
organism that a given
environment can support over
time is known as the
environment’s __________.
4,5