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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
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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
ECOLOGY INTERACTIONS. Types of ecological interactions competition predation parasitism mutualism commensalism symbiosis.
I. Niche Describes what an organism does and how it interacts with the biotic and abiotic factors of its environment. Describes what an organism does.
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Commensalism is a biotic interaction that is beneficial to one organism, the commensal, while the other is unaffected.
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Interactions Among Living Things A 7 th Grade science presentation.
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Solving Quadratic Equations Using the Zero Product Property.
Understanding Populations How Species Interact with Each Other.
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C & C p.14 1 – Describe how evidence and hypotheses are characteristics of science. The scientific method involves making hypotheses (testable proposals)
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