Relationships & Food Chains/Webs: Question Preview (ID: 13530)


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A bee pollinating a flower is an example of...
a) Predation b) Mutualism c) Commensalism d) Parasitism
A tick on a dog is an example of..
a) Predation b) Mutualism c) Commensalism d) Parasitism
A fox eating a rabbit is an example of...
a) Predation b) Mutualism c) Commensalism d) Parasitism
A barnacle attached to a whale is an example of...
a) Predation b) Mutualism c) Commensalism d) Parasitism
A series of feeding relationships is shown by a...
a) food web b) trophic level c) energy pyramid d) food chain
A ___________ shows multiple feeding relationships in an ecosystem.
a) food web b) trophic level c) energy pyramid d) food chain
Each step in a food chain is known as a...
a) food web b) trophic level c) energy pyramid d) food chain
Plants and autotrophs are also known as...
a) heterotrophs b) consumers c) herbivores d) producers
Heterotrophs are also known as...
a) autotrophs b) consumers c) herbivores d) producers
A primary consumer is also known as a(n)...
a) autotroph b) decompser c) herbivore d) producer
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