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A __________________ is a group of organisms that are able to reproduce together and that resemble each other in appearance, behavior, and internal structure.
a) Species
b) Evolution
c) Ecosystem
d) Niche

___________________ is the relationship between a parasite and its host.
a) Mutualism
b) Commensalism
c) Competition
d) Parasitism

A group of individuals of the same species living in a particular place is called a __________.
a) Population
b) Niche
c) Ecosystem
d) Community

An _______________ consists of all living organisms in a certain area as well as their physical environment.
a) Ecosystem
b) Habitat
c) Population
d) Community

An organism's _____________________ is where the animal lives.
a) Habitat
b) Community
c) Population
d) Niche

An organism's ___________________ is its way of life.
a) Habitat
b) Ecosystem
c) Community
d) Niche

A _________________ is a group of interacting populations of different species.
a) Community
b) Ecosystem
c) Species
d) Population

A change in the genetic characteristics of a population from one generation to the next is called__________.
a) Evolution
b) Species
c) Biotic Factors
d) Abiotic Factors

____________________ are the living parts of an ecosystem.
a) Biotic Factors
b) Species
c) Evolution
d) Abiotic Factors

_____________________ are the nonliving parts of an ecosystem.
a) Abiotic Factors
b) Biotic Factors
c) Evolution
d) Community

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