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A JEOPARDY-LIKE REVIEW GAME
Ecological Organization Organism Interactions Early Ecosystems Potpourri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Question Climate & Biomes Populations
$100 Question from Organism Interactions Define herbivore, omnivore, carnivore.
$100 Answer from Organism Interactions All are consumers: Herbivores eat plants, carnivores eat meat, omnivores eat both.
$200 Question from Organism Interactions Name the producers.
$200 Answer from Organism Interactions Grass, tree.
$300 Question from Organism Interactions What is a commensal relationship?
$300 Answer from Organism Interactions A symbiosis in which one organism benefits and the other is not affected.
$400 Question from Organism Interactions The three main types of community interactions we studied were symbiosis, predation, and _______.
$400 Answer from Organism Interactions Competition
$500 Question from Organism Interactions What is the name of the process that autotrophs use to obtain energy from inorganic molecules?
$500 Answer from Organism Interactions Chemosynthesis
$100 Question from Climate & Biomes Which biome has very fertile soil and occasional natural fires?
$100 Answer from Climate & Biomes Temperate grassland
$200 Question from Climate & Biomes In which biome would you find permafrost?
$200 Answer from Climate & Biomes Tundra
What is the rainfall in May?
$300 Answer from Climate & Biomes ~130 mm
$400 Question from Climate & Biomes Name the Earth’s three main climate zones.
$400 Answer from Climate & Biomes Polar, temperate, tropical
$500 Question from Climate & Biomes Name three biomes found in Saskatchewan.
$500 Answer from Climate & Biomes Temperate grassland, Boreal forest, Freshwater
$100 Question from Populations Define a population.
$100 Answer from Populations A group of the same species in a given area at a given time.
$200 Question from Populations Define “population density”.
$200 Answer from Populations No. of organisms area
$300 Question from Populations What are the three factors that affect population size?
$300 Answer from Populations -Births (natality) -Deaths (mortality) -Movement in and out of the area (immigration & emigration)
$400 Question from Populations Name two density-dependent limiting factors.
$400 Answer from Populations Competition, parasitism, disease, or predation
$500 Question from Populations What is the “demographic transition”?
$500 Answer from Populations A decrease in a country’s birth and death rates that slows the growth rate.
$100 Question from Early Ecosystems What element found in today’s atmosphere was not found in Earth’s early atmosphere?
$100 Answer from Early Ecosystems Oxygen
$200 Question from Early Ecosystems What type of rock are fossils typically found in?
$200 Answer from Early Ecosystems Sedimentary
$300 Question from Early Ecosystems What are the two fossil dating methods?
$300 Answer from Early Ecosystems Radioactive and relative dating
$400 Question from Early Ecosystems Name the three geological eras.
$400 Answer from Early Ecosystems Paleozoic, Mesozoic, Cenozoic
$500 Question from Early Ecosystems Who showed evidence that complex organic molecules can arise from simple gases, lightning, and water?
$500 Answer from Early Ecosystems Miller and Urey
$100 Question from Potpourri How much energy is lost as you go up trophic levels in a food chain?
$100 Answer from Potpourri 90%
$200 Question from Potpourri What is the difference between primary and secondary succession?
$200 Answer from Potpourri Secondary succession begins with soil already present; there is no soil present in primary succession.
$300 Question from Potpourri Define “carrying capacity”
$300 Answer from Potpourri The maximum number of organisms in a population that an ecosystem can support.
$400 Question from Potpourri What is the name of the geologic Period that you live in?
$400 Answer from Potpourri Quaternary
$500 Question from Potpourri Name of the theory that states that eukaryotic cells arose from a mutualistic relationship between prokaryotes.
$500 Answer from Potpourri Endosymbiotic theory
Final Question Who was the source of the “carrots give better eyesight” propaganda campaign?
Final Question Answer The British government (so the Nazis wouldn’t know they developed radar technology)
Ecology. Define Ecology study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
I. Ecology the study of interactions between organisms and their environments What do you mean by environment? The environment is made up of two factors:
The scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environments.
Ecology Chapters 3-5 Biology – Miller Levine. What is Ecology? The scientific study of: –Interactions among organisms –Interactions between organisms.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
ORGANIZATION IN THE BIOSPHERE. LIVING THINGS, AS WE KNOW THEM, ARE CONFINED TO A SPECIFIC AREA OF EARTH THAT WE CALL… THE BIOSPHERE !!
Ecology Chapters 3, 4 and 5. What is Ecology Interactions between living and nonliving things or the biotic and abiotic. Biotic – all living organisms.
I have… organisms Who has… All living and nonliving things in an area that interact with each other? I have… ecosystem Who has… A nonliving part of an.
Vocabulary Review Ecology. Portion of earth that supports life. Biosphere.
ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS. Ecology l The study of relationships between organisms and their environment.
Ecology & the Environment. Chapter 20 Ecology Study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
Ecology. ECOLOGY What is the study of living things and how they interact with their environment?
Unit Living Things and the Environment Section 21.1 Organisms obtain food, water, shelter, and other things it needs to live, grow, and reproduce.
1. All the living and non-living things interacting is an ____________________. 2. The non-living parts of an ecosystem are ________ factors. 3. The living.
The Biosphere Chapter 3. What is Ecology? Ecology The study of the interactions among organisms and between organisms their environment.
Ecology Quiz Review. ______ is the study of how organisms interact with other organisms and their environment?
Interactions Within Ecosystems
E c o l o g y Chapters 3, 4, 5 & 6 in your textbook.
Ecology Jeopardy Jeopardy Quiz Review Game. Biotic or Abiotic? What am I?What goes around comes around Webs, chains, pyramids, & relationships Ecological.
Biology Environmental Review Vocabulary Population MiscBiodiversity Ecology Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Ecology Review. After a volcano erupts, what organisms (in which order) will grow during succession? First lichens and grasses, then small shrubs and.
Introduction to Ecology (Ch. 3) Why should I learn about Ecology? 1.
Ecology Review Worksheet Grading Rubric. 1. Energy in an ecosystem is captured by producers during the process of photosynthesis. Explain what percent.
Ecology: The study of Interactions among Organisms and its environment including: Abiotic factors are nonliving factors such as temp. soil, air, rocks.
Introducing Ecology. What is Ecology? the study of interactions between organisms and their environment.
Emily Zhu, Trevor Kelly, Hanna Hoyt, Benton Bickett Period 2.
Biology Environmental Review Invasives Population MiscBiodiversity Ecology Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Ecosystem Model. Flow chart E Ecosystems Terrestrial Aquatic Biomes Organization of Ecosystem Species Population Communities Ecosystem Energy Flow Through.
INTERACTIONS OF LIFE Chapter 24. What is the Biosphere? Biosphere: part of the Earth the supports life The top portion of Earth’s crust All the waters.
Biotic - living organisms of an ecosystem (bio- = life) – Plants – Animals – Fungi – Insects – …etc. Abiotic - nonliving components of an ecosystem (a-
ECOLOGY!. What is Ecology? - study of the interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment. Some Vocabulary Review!
Life Science Ecology & the Environment. Ecology Study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
Ecology & the Environment. Study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment. Chapter 20.
Ecology. What is Ecology? Ecology is the study of the interactions among organisms and the interactions between organisms and their environment. It breaks.
Ecology Review for test. Ecology review What is ecology? It is the study of the biosphere. The biosphere is any place that supports life.
Ecology Ecology is the study of organisms within their environment. Ecology is the study of organisms within their environment. Matter cycles Matter cycles.
Ecology. Scientific study of the interactions between organisms and their environment.
Ecology The Lion King - The Circle Of Life (HD).mp4.
Advanced Biology. Ecology – the scientific discipline in which the relationships among living organisms and the interaction the organisms have with their.
Ecology Terms Review. A carnivore that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms.
Pyramid Models Used to show amount of matter and energy in an ecosystem Shows the general flow of energy from producers to consumers and the amount.
Ecology. Succession Replacement of one community by another Primary Succession (begins on bare rock) Secondary Succession (begins on existing soil) Deforestation.
First nine weeks!!!. 1 Study of organisms and the interactions between them and non living things. Ecology environment biology habitat.
Interdependence and interactions in an ecosystem.
Ecology THE STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANISMS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT.
Interactions of Life Chapter 24. Living Earth The part of Earth that supports life is called the biosphere. – Top portion of the crust, all the waters.
ECOLOGY ECOLOGY. Population A group of organisms of the same species living in a particular place that interbreed A group of organisms of the same species.
SWBAT: Review major unit concepts for summative assessment.
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