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True or False: Competition occurs when organisms fight over resources in order to survive.
a) True b) False c) d)
Deer and squirrels both eat acorns. This behavior can lead to ___ competition.
a) interspecific b) intraspecific c) d)
Male deer often lock antlers when they compete over territory. This is an example of ___ competition.
a) interspecific b) intraspecific c) d)
True or False: Plants can compete over resources.
a) True b) False c) d)
Predator/prey relationships result from organisms trying to meet their need for:
a) shelter b) food c) water d)
A mantis captures and eats a bee. This is an example of:
a) competition b) a predator/prey relationship. c) parasitism d) commensalism
An animal that gets its nutrients from killing and consuming another organism is called:
a) a predator b) prey c) a host d) a parasite
An organism that is killed and consumed by another is called:
a) a predator b) prey c) a host d) a parasite
True or False: Competition between organisms only occurs over food.
a) True b) False c) d)
Lions and hyenas both rely on a limited population of gazelles for food. What is the relationship between the lions and the hyenas?
a) Predator/prey b) Competition c) Commensalism d) Parasitism
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