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A volcanic eruption most likely causes which of the following?
a) Primary consumers b) Limiting factors c) Secondary succession d) Primary succession.
When a source of water dries up in an environment, what is the likely result?
a) The carrying capacity of populations decrease. b) The food chain changes. c) The carrying capacity of populations increase. d) The producers are affected.
This shows the feeding relationships between organisms in an environment.
a) Food chain b) Food web c) Energy pyramid d) Consumer relationships
Succession occurs when...
a) there is enough rain and sunlight. b) there is a natural disaster. c) a food chain is disrupted. d) one community of organisms is replaced by another type of community.
In this biome, bark is thick to prevent moisture loss.
a) Tropical Rainforest b) Tundra c) Temperate Deciduous Forest d) Taiga
In this biome, many plants have widespread roots in order to gather enough water.
a) Desert b) Rainforest c) Temperate Deciduous Forest d) Tundra
Succession begins when...
a) the food web is balanced. b) there is some sort of disruption. c) top predators increase. d) food becomes available.
Part of the environment that controls the size of a population.
a) Biome b) Primary consumers c) Limiting factor d) Primary factor
The maximum size of a population that the environment can support.
a) Carrying capacity b) Limiting factor c) Consumers d) Biotic factor
The transfer of energy that occurs when eating is inefficient because...
a) most energy is lost as friction. b) most energy is lost as heat. c) most energy is lost to scavengers. d) most energy is lost to producers.
Trees in this biome have needle-like leaves to prevent water loss.
a) Tundra b) Desert c) Taiga d) Rainforest
Plants in this biome are low to the ground to prevent freezing.
a) Tundra b) Taiga c) Temperate Deciduous Forest d) Tropical Rainforest
Plants in this biome have drip-tip leaves to shed excess water.
a) Tropical Rainforest b) Savanna c) Desert d) Temperate Deciduous Forest
Many animals in this biome have thick skin and scales to prevent water loss.
a) Savanna b) Tundra c) Taiga d) Desert
This biome has many large, grazing animals.
a) Tropical Rainforest b) Savanna c) Taiga d) Desert
Which of the following biomes would NOT require some animals to migrate to a warmer climate?
a) Tundra b) Taiga c) Temperate Deciduous Forest d) Savanna
Which of the following is NOT a limiting factor?
a) disease b) food c) reproduction d) water
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