Populations And Communities Chapter 20 Section1 Question Preview (ID: 17332)


This Is A Review Of The Key Vocabulary From Chapter 20.

A living thing is a(n)
a) organism
b) population
c) habitat
d) community

The specific environment that provides the things an organism needs to live, grow, and reproduce.
a) biosphere
b) population
c) habitat
d) abiotic

A group of organisms that are physically similar and can mate with each other and produce offspring that can also mate and produce offspring is a(n):
a) habitat
b) species
c) ecosystem
d) community

All the different populations that live together in an area is a(n):
a) ecosystem
b) organism
c) biosphere
d) community

The community of organisms that live in a particular area, along with their nonliving surroundings is called a(n):
a) ecosystem
b) biosphere
c) community
d) species

A living part of an organism's habitat is:
a) abiotic
b) biotic
c) ecology
d) photosynthetic

List these terms in order from smallest level to largest: population, ecosystem, organism, community.
a) organism, population, community, ecosystem
b) organism, population, ecosystem, community
c) organism, community, population, ecosystem
d) community, organism, ecosystem, population

A prarie dog, a hawk, and a badger all are members of the same:
a) niche
b) community
c) population
d) species

Which of the following are examples of abiotic factors in a prarie dog ecosystem?
a) grass and other plants that the prarie dog eats
b) soil that provides a home for the prarie dog
c) worms, fungi, and bacteria that also live in the soil
d) hawks, ferrets, and other animals that hunt the prarie dog

Which of the following is NOT an example of a population?
a) All the prarie dogs in a prarie dog town
b) All the bees in a hive
c) All the pigeons in New York City
d) All of the trees in the forest

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