ABIOTIC VS BIOTIC FACTORS: Question Preview (ID: 16222)


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Which of the following would be an abiotic limiting factor for oysters living in the Chesapeake Bay?
a) the number of parasites b) the amount of algae c) the number of human collecting them d) the amount of sediment in the water
Which of the following lists has ONLY biotic factors?
a) snail, guppy, Daphnia, algae b) temperature, pH, conductivity, nitrite concentration c) temperature, Daphnia, snail, guppy d) snail, algae, guppy, sunlight
Snails eating algae are examples of:
a) an abiotic factor limiting a biotic factor. b) an abiotic factor limiting an abiotic factor. c) a biotic factor limiting an abiotic factor. d) a biotic factor limiting abiotic factor.
Which of the following lists has ONLY abiotic factors?
a) sunlight, algae, pH, temperature b) sunlight, temperature, conductivity, dissolved oxygen c) algae, dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentration, pH d) Dissolved oxygen, algae, guppy and crab
When Sammi came in from a weekend away she noticed that all of the fish in her aquarium were dead. Which of the following most likely caused this?
a) The temperature fell and the dissolved oxygen went down. b) The light caused the daphnia to stay to the bottom. c) The temperature was very high and the levels of dissolved oxygen went up. d) The temperature was very high and the dissolved oxygen decreased.
A limiting factor is a factor that:
a) makes algae blooms occur. b) makes organisms grow to their full potential. c) causes the dissolved oxygen to increase to its limit. d) determines the number of a certain population that can survive in an area.
Fish dying when the pH goes too high are an example of:
a) an abiotic factor limiting a biotic factor. b) an abiotic factor limiting an abiotic factor. c) a biotic factor limiting a biotic factor. d) a biotic factor limiting an abiotic factor.
The guppies and algae in an aquarium are examples of:
a) interacting abiotic factors. b) non-interacting biotic factors. c) interacting biotic factors. d) non-interacting abiotic factors.
Eutrophication is:
a) caused by an overabundance of nutrients in an ecosystem and causes algal blooms. b) a result of runoff from farms and fertilized lawns. c) a result of improper disposal of human waste from waste treatment plants d) all of these are true.
Dissolved oxygen:
a) increases as the water becomes cooler b) increases as the amount of photosynthesis increases c) causes the pH to increase as it increase. d)
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