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How energy moves through an ecosystem can be represented by:
a) food chains
b) all of the above
c) food webs
d) energy pyramids

As you move from level to level (bottom to top) in an energy pyramid, energy _______.
a) decreases
b) is destroyed
c) stays at the same level
d) increases

Which of the following eats consumers?
a) carnivore
b) fungi
c) bacteria
d) herbivore

Which of the following contains BOTH a biotic environment and an abiotic environment?
a) a population
b) an ecosystem
c) a community
d) none of the above

A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is unaffected is called:
a) parasitism
b) commensalism
c) symbiosis
d) mutualism

When a population grows larger than its carrying capacity, limiting factors in the environment cause the population to:
a) increase
b) decrease
c) stay the same
d) undergo coevolutions

A tick sucks blood from a dog. In theis relationship, the is the ______and the dog is the______.
a) parasite, prey
b) host, prey
c) parasite, host
d) host, parasite

Drought, fewer plants, and fewer nesting sites are examples of _____factors.
a) biotic
b) abiotic
c) limiting
d) carrying

The _____part of the environment includes all of the physical factors--such as water, soil, light, and temperature--that affect organisms living in a particular area.
a) ecological
b) biospherical
c) abiotic
d) biotic

Which of the following is an example of a population?
a) a flock of birds flying south for the winter
b) all of the bullfrogs in a pond
c) a herd of sheep grazing in the field
d) all of the above

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