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What percentage of energy is passed from the producers to the primary consumers?
a) 1% b) 10% c) 100% d)
The top predator in the food chain would have
a) the highest population b) the lowest population c) the same population as the prey d)
The tape worm lives inside of an animal’s digestive tract. Tape worms take the food that their host has digested. What type of symbiotic relationship does the tapeworm have with th
a) Predation b) mutualism c) parasitism d)
Meteorologists forecast the
a) climate b) weather c) temperature d)
The weight of the atmosphere pushing down on the earth is called
a) jet stream b) atmosphere c) air pressure d)
Huge temperature differences in the atmosphere create
a) jet streams b) Tropics c) Humidity d)
area of land near the equator is called
a) polar region b) tropics c) temperate zone d)
Choose the best answer by using your knowldege of food chains
a) frog gets energy from the snake b) The snake gets energy from the frog c) the grass takes energy from the from d)
Maple trees and tulips are classified as autotrophs because they
a) need to get energy from other organisms b) reproduce c) use sunlight to make their own energy during photosynthesis d)
What is the main difference between primary succession and secondary succession?
a) there is no difference between primary and secondary succession b) Primary succession happens after a natural disaster and secondary succession does not. c) Primary succession does not start with soil and secondary succession has soil d)
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