7th Grade EOY Life Science Final Review Part 2 Question Preview (ID: 31874)

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The study of the interactions between living things and their environment is called
a) ecology
b) botany
c) genetics
d) evolution

An organism that is able to make its own food from simple substances and the sun's energy is a(an)
a) producer
b) carnivore
c) herbivore
d) scavenger

ightning from a thunderstorm strikes a tree that falls to the forest floor and dies. During the next few years the dead tree undergoes many changes. What organisms are most likely responsible for the biological and chemical changes to the tree?
a) decomposer
b) producer
c) consumer
d) predators

The complete removal of decomposers from an ecosystem will have the greatest effect on which of the following?
a) The recycling of nutrients
b) The spread of disease
c) The availability of water
d) The distribution of organisms

Which of the following organisms produces energy from sunlight?
a) grass
b) grass and mushrooms
c) mushrooms
d) worms

What would be the DIRECT effect to the deer population if you removed the deers predator from an ecosystem?
a) the deer population would increase
b) the deer population would decrease
c) there would be no change to the deer population
d) the deer population would starve

The primary consumer
a) eats the producer
b) eats the secondary consumer
c) eats the tertiary consumer
d) is a carnivore

A carnivore
a) eats meat
b) eats producers
c) eats both meat and producers
d) doesn't exist anymore....they're extinct

A herbivore
a) eats producers
b) eats meat
c) eats both meat and producers
d) doesn't exist anymore.....they're extinct

An omnivore
a) eats both meat and producers
b) eats meat
c) eats producers
d) doesn't exist anymore....they're extinct

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