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Are You Than Your Ag Class? Are You SMARTER Than Your Ag Class? Template Sponsored by the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE)
Do You Think You Are Than Everyone in your ag class? Do You Think You Are SMARTER Than Everyone in your ag class? Well now is your chance to prove it!
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Choose a Subject Defintions Birds Terms Populations Wildlife Relationships
Describe the difference between a wildlife animal and a domesticated animal. Definitions
Wildlife animals live on their own and provide for their own needs. Domesticated animals have been removed from nature, bred & used for human use. Definitions CORRECT ANSWER
Describe the difference between wetland birds and waterfowl. Birds
Waterfowl live on or near water and wetland birds live in wet, marshy/swampy areas. Birds CORRECT ANSWER
Whats the difference between paddle ducks and diving ducks? Terms
Paddle ducks feed off the surface of the water and diving ducks dive for fish & other food. Terms CORRECT ANSWER
Describe the mark recapture method of estimating wildlife populations. Population
Sample one is taken and animals are tagged or marked, then released. Sample two is taken and the number of recaptures are counted. Represented by the equation N= M(n) R Population CORRECT ANSWER
Describe the difference between a parasitic relationship and a commensalism relationship. Wildlife Relationships
Both involve a host and another species. The parasite harms the host and in commensalism no harm is done. Wildlife Relationships CORRECT ANSWER
Commensalism is a biotic interaction that is beneficial to one organism, the commensal, while the other is unaffected.
Jeopardy LIVING THINGS POPULATIONS ENERGY FLOW INTER- ACTIONS MISC Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? Environmental influences Edition.
B(4-3) How do organisms interact? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Vocabulary competition symbiosis parasite host.
Wildlife Tagging SVN3E. Sampling Wildlife It can be difficult to make an exact count of the populations of animals, birds, and fish that move around their.
Daily Response 1)What is the difference between immigration and emigration? 2)What is a limiting factor? 3)Name 3 limiting factors. 4)What happens to a.
THIS IS With Host... Your Energized Ecosystems Populations Simply Symbiosis Amazing Adaptations Organism Interactions Grab Bag.
5 5 th Community Ecology Pick A Topic Adaptations in Animal PreySymbiosis #1 Adaptations in Animal Prey #2 Adaptations in Plant Prey Competition Niche.
Ecology Unit 2. Flashcard Warm-up Biotic relating to, produced by, or caused by living organisms. My picture: My sentence: Abiotic non-living chemical.
Populations and Communities
Objectives 4.2 Niches and Community Interactions
Symbiosis Review. Relationships in Ecosystems There are many ways that organisms interact with each other within ecosystems We have previously studied.
Population and Communities
Parts of an Ecosystem 1. Habitat- The place where an organism lives and that provides the things it needs. 2. Biotic factors- The living parts of an ecosystem.
Populations and Communities. A group of individuals of the same species, living in a shared space at a specific point in time = Population.
Explain the changes in motion shown on graph A and graph B. Which graph shows an object accelerating? Unit 12 Vocabulary S GRAPH A GRAPH B.
Capture-Recapture Work with the idea of a sample Become familiar with representative samples Understand the capture-recapture method.
Relationships in the Ecosystem. What are the types of relationships? 1)Predator / Prey 2)Competition 3)Symbiosis A) commensalism B) mutualism C) parasitism.
Lesson 3-How Do Organisms Interact? - Observe how organisms help each other - Describe how organisms compete within an ecosystem - Explain symbiotic relationships.
Chapter 8 How Species Interact with Each Other
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