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Which of these organisms is an example of a producer?
a) Earthworm b) Grass c) Hawk d) Sun
A _______ shows the flow of energy from one organism to the next.
a) food chain b) grasshopper c) food web d) ecosystem
What goes on the bottom of an energy pyramid?
a) Tertiary consumers b) Decomposers c) Producers d) Primary consumers
An omnivore is an organism that eats ________.
a) both meat and plants b) just meat c) just plants d) each other
What is the definition of a parasitic relationship?
a) One benefits, and the other is unaffected. b) Producer. c) Both benefit. d) One organism benefits, and the other is harmed.
Which of these is NOT an example of a mutualistic relationship?
a) Ant and acacia tree. b) Clownfish and sea anemone. c) Tapeworm and dog. d) Cleaner fish and shark.
What is a biotic factor?
a) Any living thing. b) Any non-living thing. c) Living and non-living tihngs in one environment. d) The role of an organism.
Radiant energy from the sun is converted into chemical energy in plants through the process of ________.
a) Secondary consumer b) Producer c) Commensalism d) Photosynthesis
What is biotic potential?
a) The amount of organisms in one area. b) Factors that limit a population from growing. c) The possible number of individuals that could be in a population if there were no limiting factors. d) The role of an organism.
Which of these scenarios would be a part of a secondary secession?
a) Soil is already present in the beginning. b) Moss break down surface rocks into soil. c) Ends with a forest of fully-grown pine trees. d) A sea anemone giving protection to a clownfish.
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