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The butterfly and bird both have wings with similar functions but have differenct ancestors. This is an example of what kind of evolution?
a) convergent b) divergent c) punctuated d) adaptive radiation
What factor limits the number of links in a food chain.
a) scarcity of prey b) population size c) energy loss d) type of ecosystem
Why do plants have roots?
a) to photosynthesize b) absorb water c) conserve nutrients d) reproduce
Which of the following is a biotic factor?
a) water b) soil c) light d) tree
An oakworm eats the leaves off of an oak tree. What kind of relationship is this?
a) predatory b) parasitic c) commensalism d) mutualism
A bee goes from flower to flower getting pollen to make honey. The bees also spread the pollen in order to fertilize more plants. What kind of relationship is this?
a) parasitic b) commensalistic c) mutualistic d) predatory
Which of the following statements is TRUE?
a) viruses only have DNA b) virus must reproduce in a host cell c) virus can be killed by antibiotics d) viruses are bigger than bacteria
How much energy is transferred at each trophic level?
a) 5% b) 10% c) 50% d) 90%
Which of the following organisms is the first trophic level in the food chain?
a) herbivore b) carnivore c) producer d) heterotroph
Darwin proposed the theory of evolution. Survival of the fittest is known as ____________________, which drives evolution.
a) sexual selection b) artificial selection c) natural selection d) punctuated equilibrium
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