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Ecology Review

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21 questions
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  • Q1
    All living and nonliving things that interact in an area make up a(n)...
    ecosystem
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  • Q2
    What is this an example of? Two members of the same species fight over who gets a certain food.
    competition
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  • Q3
    What symbiotic relationship is this: One organism is helped and the other is harmed. =) and =(
    parasitism
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  • Q4
    What symbiotic relationship is this: One organism is helped and the other is unaffected. =) and =/
    commensalism
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  • Q5
    What symbiotic relationship is this: Both organisms are helped. =) and =)
    mutualism
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  • Q6
    Describes the part of the environment made up of anything that is or was living. Examples: plants, animals, spider webs, bacteria
    biotic
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  • Q7
    Describes the part of the environment made up of non-living things. Examples: temperature, air quality, water, wind
    abiotic
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  • Q8
    If one species disappears, the other species in the ecosystem are thrown out of ___________.
    balance
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  • Q9
    The term for the study of interactions between living things and their environment.
    ecology
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  • Q10
    A triangular diagram that shows an ecosystem's loss of energy.
    energy pyramid
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  • Q11
    A diagram that shows how energy in flood flows from one organism to another.
    food chain
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  • Q12
    A diagram that shows the feeding relationship between organisms in an ecosystem.
    food web
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  • Q13
    This amount of energy can by used by organisms at the next level in an energy pyramid.
    10%
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  • Q14
    More than one organism of a species in the same area.
    population
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  • Q15
    Which is the smallest: organism --> population --> community --> ecosystem --> biome --> biosphere
    organism
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  • Q16
    Which is the largest of the following?
    biosphere
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  • Q17
    See image
    organism --> population --> community --> ecosystem --> biome --> biosphere
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  • Q18
    Organisms that create their own food using sunlight.
    producers
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  • Q19
    Organisms that eat producers or consumers.
    consumers
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  • Q20
    eat plants; also known as 1st level consumers
    primary consumers
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