4-Benchmark-Types Of Adaptations/Population Infotmation Question Preview (ID: 8904)


Part 4 BCMS 7th Grade Science.[print questions]

Camouflage is
a) blending in with the environement
b) spines, quills, thorns, mucus
c) hard for preditors to single out one organism
d) occurs when an organism looks like another that is poisonous

Spines, quills, thorns, and mucus are examples of
a) protective covering
b) camouflage
c) mimicry
d) false coloring

Traveling in herds is
a) hard for predators to single out one organism
b) occurs when an organism looks like another that is poisonous
c) blending in the environment
d) spines, quills, thorns, mucus

What is carrying capacity?
a) the largest population that an ecosystem can support
b) a resource that is so scarce that it limits the size of the population
c) number of organisms in a specific area
d) when its hard for predators to single out one organism

Death rate, birth rate, immigration, emigration, natural disasters are examples of what
a) limiting factors
b) protective coverings
c) mimicry
d) carrying capacity

The number of organisms in a specific area
a) population density
b) limiting factor
c) carrying capacity
d) false coloring

A resource that is so scarce that it limits the size of a population
a) limiting factor
b) carrying capacity
c) population density
d) adaptations

Moving into a population is
a) immigration
b) emigration
c) natural disaster
d) limiting factor

Leaving a population is
a) Emigration
b) immigration
c) population density
d) community

Oil spills, pollution, destruction of habitats, use of pesticides, herbicides
a) man-made disasters
b) natural disasters
c) natural selection
d) adaptation

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