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The role an organism plays in an ecosystem.
a) Niche b) Abiotic Factors c) Limiting Factors d) Competition
What's missing in this example: Grass, _____, Fox
a) Dog b) Human c) Tree d) Rabbit
Which of the following symbiotic relationships is considered parasitic?
a) Bees transporting pollen from flowers b) Tapeworm in an intestinal tract c) Birds eating the insects from the back of a hippopotamus d) Pilot fish swimming under sharks
A snake eats a mouse and a hawk eats the snake. What type of consumer is the hawk?
a) Tertiary Consumer b) Primary Consumer c) Secondary Consumer d)
The deer population in a forest next to a largely polluted city is decreasing. What is the most likely reason?
a) The deer don't feel like eating. b) There aren't enough babies being born due to lack of males c) Too much hunting d) The pollution from the city is poisoning the deer
An high density of elephant population in an area can result in...
a) Mutualism b) Competition c) Preditation d) Parasitism
A lion that eats a zebra that ate grass is a...
a) Primary Producer b) Primary Consumer c) Secondary Consumer d) Quaternary Consumer
A mammal gets tapeworm. This is an example of what?
a) Parasitism b) Commensalism c) Mutualism d)
Where do plants get their energy from?
a) The Moon b) Water c) The Sun d) Decomposing Matter
What is the typical vegetation of the grasslands?
a) Large Trees, Very Little Grass b) Large Variety of Plants c) No plants d) Grass, Bushes, and Small Trees
The environmental factor that is of predominant importance in restricting the size of a population.
a) Carrying Capacity b) Limiting Factor c) Competition d) Population
What location is saltwater?
a) Streams b) Rivers c) Oceans d) Rain water
A tree dies. When it falls to the ground it starts to rot from a fungus. What is the fungus?
a) Decomposer b) Producer c) Consumer d) All of the above
There are two species of birds with the same food source. What is this an example of?
a) Mutualism b) Competition c) Carrying Compacity d) Limiting Factors
What biome would have the smallest mammal population?
a) Deserts b) Aquatic c) Tundra d) Grassland
What percentage of energy does the predator receive from the prey?
a) 10% b) 19% c) 90% d) 100%
What is the coldest biome?
a) Desert b) Tundra c) Forest d) Taiga
If there is a oil spill in a river will the populations of the organisms living there will:
a) Incease b) Remain the Same c) The population will become extinct d) Decrease
When a honey guide finds a bee hive they find a honey badger and show them to the hive. Then the badger breaks open the hive and eats. The honey guide eats what's left. What kind of relationship is this?
a) Parasitism b) Mutualism c) Commensalism d)
What direction do the arrows in a food chain flow?
a) From the secondary consumer to the primary consumer b) From the tertiary consumer to the primary consumer c) From the primary consumer to the secondary consumer d) From the tertiary consumer to the source of energy
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