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All of the ecosystems on Earth are powered by _____.
a) fossil fuels b) producers c) sunlight d) trophic levels
Animals rely on _____ for food and oxygen.
a) primary consumers b) producers c) secondary consumers d) sunlight
A(n) _____ shows many connected feeding relationships in an ecosystem.
a) energy pyramid b) food chain c) food web d) producer
As energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next, energy _____.
a) decreases b) doubles c) increases d) stays the same
Which is NOT a way that prey defends itself against predators?
a) camouflage b) mimicry c) stalking d) warning coloration
The living parts of an environment are called the _____.
a) abiotic factors b) biotic factors c) producers d) predators
Organisms that make their own food are called _____.
a) primary consumers b) producers c) secondary consumers d) predators
The nonliving parts of an environment are called _____.
a) abiotic factors b) biotic factors c) food chains d) trophic levels
The place an organism lives in the environment is its _____.
a) energy level b) habitat c) niche d) camouflage
A _____ always starts with a producer and ends witha consumer.
a) competition b) food chain c) habitat d) niche
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