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Ecosystems and Their Interactions Unit Review

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  • Q1
    Organisms that only eat plants
    Carnivors
    Omnivores
    Producers
    Herbivore
    45s
  • Q2
    Which is not an example of a predator and prey relationship?
    Human eating vegetables
    Shark eating fish
    Bird eating insects
    Lion eating zebra
    45s
  • Q3
    When a scientist measures how many individuals are present in a specific area is _____.
    control group
    ecosystems
    limiting factor
    population density
    45s
  • Q4
    Sharks are an example of ______.
    Carnivores
    Producers
    Herbivore
    45s
  • Q5
    Organisms that produce their own food are called _______
    only autotrophs
    both autotrophs and producers
    only producers
    consumers and heterotrophs
    45s
  • Q6
    What 4 elements make up living things?
    carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen
    carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and sodium
    carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and aluminum
    carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and helium
    45s
  • Q7
    An interaction that benefits both organisms
    parasitism
    commensalism
    predation
    mutualism
    45s
  • Q8
    Water vapor cooling to become liquid water is _____.
    precipitation
    transpiration
    evaporation
    condensation
    45s
  • Q9
    The one thing you change in an experiment
    constants
    independent variable
    control
    dependent variable
    45s
  • Q10
    The variable that you measure during your experiment.
    independent variable
    control
    constant
    dependent variable
    45s
  • Q11
    What you think will happen in your experiment. A strong one starts with "If....then..."
    hypothesis
    conclusion
    results
    procedure
    45s
  • Q12
    A tick living on a dog is an example of this interaction
    mutualism
    parasitism
    predation
    commensalism
    45s
  • Q13
    _______ use photosynthesis to make food.
    Autotrophs
    Heterotrophs
    45s
  • Q14
    These use cellular respiration to turn food into energy.
    Living things
    Dead things
    45s
  • Q15
    These affect large and small populations the same way
    density-dependent factors
    capacity
    density-independent factors
    biotic factors
    45s

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