2-Benchmark-Organization Of Life Question Preview (ID: 8902)


Part 2 Of BCMS 7th Grade Science.[print questions]

What are the 6 levels of environemtal or ecological organization, from simplest to most complex?
a) organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere
b) cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism, population
c) cell, respond to change, use energy, grow and develop, contain DNA, reproduce
d) producer, consumer, decomposer, scavenger, sunlight

A living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently is a(n)________________
a) organism
b) population
c) community
d) ecosystem

What word describes when organisms of the same species are living together in a particular area?
a) population
b) community
c) ecosystem
d) biome

Different populations in an area interacting with each other is
a) community
b) organism
c) population
d) biome

All of the biotic and abiotic parts of an area interacting or all the communities in an area interacting with all the nonliving parts of the area is___________
a) ecosystem
b) biosphere
c) biome
d) population

A biome is _________________________________________________________
a) large ecosystems or a group of ecosystems
b) a living thing that hasthe ability to act or function independently
c) all the different populations in an area interacting with each other
d) all the parts of Earth that support life

All the parts of Earth that supports life is a
a) biosphere
b) population
c) biome
d) community

An organisms home - it supplies everything an organism needs in order to live
a) habitat
b) niche
c) community
d) population

An organisms job - it is the role the organism has in its environment
a) niche
b) habitat
c) community
d) job

A _________________ is all the different populations in an area interacting with one another
a) community
b) niche
c) population
d) organism

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