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An ecosystem has enough resources to support a certain amount of life. This is known as its:
a) Limiting factor b) Carrying capacity c) Abiotic factor d) Energy pyramid
A population is a group of similar individuals that:
a) eat different kinds of food. b) live in different locations, but still look similar. c) do not interact with other organisms. d) live in the same area.
An ecosystem is made up of organisms that:
a) have never seen each other before. b) interact with each other and their environment. c) all live in different parts of the world. d) all look exactly the same.
An organism is:
a) anything that is so small you can not see it with your own eyes. b) an animal that has four legs. c) any individual form of life. d) a group of things that live and work together in a small environment.
An example of a population is:
a) all the monkeys that live in Africa b) a group of dolphins that live in the Atlantic Ocean c) a person who lives in Arkansas d)
An environmental condition that would keep a population from becoming to large is:
a) an abiotic factor b) a biotic factor c) a limiting factor d) a carrying capacity
Which of the following would result in an increase in population size?
a) Immigration b) Emigration c) Death d) Drought
Which of the following populations would not be found in a forest community?
a) Roses b) Moss c) Rabbits d) Snakes
If a scientist counts each individual in a population, they have used the _______ method.
a) Mark and recapture b) Random sampling c) Indirect observation d) Direct observation
Which of the following would be the best method to find the population of bees in a hive?
a) Direct observation b) Indirect observation c) Random sampling d)
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