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What eats only other animals?
a) herbivores
b) adaptation
c) omnivores
d) carnivores

An area in which living and non-living things interact is an:
a) symbiosis
b) niche
c) ecosystem
d) consumer

What is an adaptation?
a) A structure or behavior that enables an organism to survive in its environment.
b) A living thing that breaks down the remains of a dead organism.
c) A long term relationship between species.
d) The role that each species plays in a community.

A population contains all the organisms of
a) different kinds in a community.
b) the same kind in a community.
c) one kind in a community.
d) none in a community.

What are biotic factors?
a) Living and once-living things in an ecosystem.
b) Nonliving things in an ecosystem.
c) A long term relationship between species.
d) An organism that makes its own food through photosynthesis.

When one species benefits and another is neither harmed or helped, it is called
a) parasitism
b) commensalism
c) mutualism
d) abiotic

Worms and bacteria are examples of
a) producers
b) prey
c) comsumers
d) decomposers

When both species benefit from the relationship, it is called
a) mutualism
b) parasitism
c) niche
d) producer

Symbiosis is
a) when a living thing obtains energy by eating other living things.
b) a consumer that eats only other animals.
c) a long term relationship between species.
d) nonliving things in an ecosystem.

Soil, rocks, rain, and temperature are examples of
a) biotic factors
b) niche
c) abiotic factors
d) parasitism

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