#  Please remain in your ASSIGNED seat the entire class block. Reminders will be given with consequences.  Get permission to be up or out of your assigned.

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10/3 Population Vocabulary ExamplesSignature today only 10/3 Copy Tue- 3 Population E.Q.Signature today only 10/3 Copy Graph 1,2,&3 & answer assigned questions Signature only 10/3 Tue Homework Study Ecology E.Q. #1-14 for Friday’s Test Signature

 > What is the difference between density-dependent limiting factors and density independent limiting factors?  >What might affect the population density of in an area?  >What is exponential growth in a population?

 Inside PAGE 3 mini portfolio attach vocabulary sheet.  Read chapter 19 for definitions DO NOT WRITE DEFINITIONS write EXAMPLES only for each vocabulary  1 st block & 2 nd block—10 min to finish  4 th block ……………………20 min  Inside PAGE 3 mini portfolio attach vocabulary sheet.  Read chapter 19 for definitions DO NOT WRITE DEFINITIONS write EXAMPLES only for each vocabulary  1 st block & 2 nd block—10 min to finish  4 th block ……………………20 min

 Copy the following graphs exactly as shown don’t forget heading & labels.  Page 382 …convert the data in fig 19-1 into a graph…on back of graph answer Pg 384 questions # 1, 2, 3,  Pg 384 ……..copy graph fig.19-4 in graph #2 on back of graph answer Pg 384 questions # 4, 5  Page 384….copy graph fig. 19-5 in graph #3, on back of graph answer Pg 384 question # 6  Copy the following graphs exactly as shown don’t forget heading & labels.  Page 382 …convert the data in fig 19-1 into a graph…on back of graph answer Pg 384 questions # 1, 2, 3,  Pg 384 ……..copy graph fig.19-4 in graph #2 on back of graph answer Pg 384 questions # 4, 5  Page 384….copy graph fig. 19-5 in graph #3, on back of graph answer Pg 384 question # 6

 Work ahead by answering today’s Essential Questions on page 5 of you mini portfolio, add another sheet if needed. Work until time is called to quiz.

1. CLEAN YOUR AREA 2. STACK BOOKS NEATLY 3. LOOSE PAPER IN SLEEVE 4. TAKE OUT YOUR ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS QUIZ SHEET. 5. WRITE #1 OR 2 OR 3 OR 4 1. CLEAN YOUR AREA 2. STACK BOOKS NEATLY 3. LOOSE PAPER IN SLEEVE 4. TAKE OUT YOUR ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS QUIZ SHEET. 5. WRITE #1 OR 2 OR 3 OR 4

Glue your quiz square to your paper, No glue??? You are unprepared for class. Do not turn in loose quiz we can not be responsible for loose work.

 SURE YOU ARE SMART ENOUGH TO NOTE CORRECT ANSWERS SINCE THESE ARE ANSWERS TO ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS  AND  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS ARE YOUR TEST QUESTIONS FOR THIS FRIDAY!

1. A habitat is different from an ecosystem in that A habitat contains many ecosystems An ecosystem can contain many habitats A habitat is called a community 1. Most of life on Earth depends on which of the following Animals that eat plants photosynthetic organisms Consumers the second level 2. The lowest trophic level of any ecosystem is occupied by organism such as Lions, wolves, & snakes Humans, bears & pigs Plants, bacteria & algae 2. __X__biotic factor __Y__ecosystem __W__carnivore Match the letter from column 2 with key terms above. W). Organisms that eat other consumers X). A living or biological aspect of a habitat Y ). A community and all its physical aspects Z).A nonliving aspects of a habitat 3. The broadest, most inclusive level of organization in ecology is An ecosystem A community The biosphere 3. Heat is lost during transfer of energy between Species Trophic levels ecosystems

4. Food chains differ from food webs in that food chains Include more organisms than do food webs Include producers and consumers, while food webs only consumers Depict only one line of energy transfer, while food webs depict many interrelated food chains Depict only one line of energy transfer to a top consumer, while food webs depict all possible lines of energy transfer to a top consumer 4. Grizzly, snakes, bears, and worms are most likely to be members of the same Species Trophic level community