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5 Modified T/F Modified T/F Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Completion

6 A habitat refers to all the populations in an ecosystem. A 100

7 False; community A 100

8 The largest number of individuals of one species that an ecosystem can support over time is its biotic potential. A 200

9 False; carrying capacity A 200

10 An animal population gets smaller when the number of individuals that die is greater than the number of individuals that are born. A 300

11 True A 300

12 The maximum rate at which a population can increase is its biotic potential. A 400

13 True A 400

14 Symbiosis is the term used to describe the way an organism survives, including its habitat, how it obtains food and shelter, and how it avoids danger. A 500

15 False; Niche A 500

16 A community consists of all the organisms in an ecosystem that belong to the same species. B 100

17 False; population B 100

18 Producers obtain energy by eating other organisms. B 200

19 False; Consumers B 200

20 Pigs and humans are examples of omnivores, animals that can eat both consumers and producers. B 300

21 True B 300

22 A symbiotic relationship that benefits both species is referred to as commensalism. B 400

23 False; mutualism B 400

24 Producers found on the ocean floor use a process called photosynthesis to create energy- rich molecules. B 500

25 False; chemosynthesis B 500

26 Which of the following biomes is NOT a terrestrial biome? a. desert b. grassland c. freshwater d. forest C 100

27 Which of the following biomes is NOT a terrestrial biome? c. freshwater

28 Which statement is true? a. Biomes have clearly defined borders. b. Biomes can influence each other. c. Biomes do not contain abiotic factors. d. Ecosystems must be either aquatic or terrestrial, never both. C 200

29 Which statement is true? b. Biomes can influence each other.

30 Several species of fish are shown below. What does this picture show? a. a community b. a population c. a biosphere d. an energy pyramid C 300

31 Several species of fish are shown below. What does this picture show? a. a community

32 DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

33 Which shows the way the energy from sunlight travels through an ecosystem? a. b. c. both a and b d. neither a nor b C 400

34 Which shows the way the energy from sunlight travels through an ecosystem? b.

35 In the library, there are the following media: children’s, adult fiction, adult nonfiction, music, and movies. There are also fixtures: lights, chairs, tables, shelves. All these things exist inside a building. If we consider the things that contain ideas (the media) to be “living”, which statement is an accurate comparison? a. The media are like an ecosystem. b. The media and fixtures are like a population. c. The fixtures are like an ecosystem. d. The building is like a habitat. C 500

36 In the library, there are the following media: children’s, adult fiction, adult nonfiction, music, and movies. There are also fixtures: lights, chairs, tables, shelves. All these things exist inside a building. If we consider the things that contain ideas (the media) to be “living”, which statement is an accurate comparison? d. The building is like a habitat.

37 What is a biome? a. the living and nonliving things in one place b. the parts of Earth and the surrounding atmosphere where there is life c. a large region on Earth with a specific climate, physical features, plants, and other organisms d. none of the above D 100

38 What is a biome? a. the living and nonliving things in one place b. the parts of Earth and the surrounding atmosphere where there is life c. a large region on Earth with a specific climate, physical features, plants, and other organisms

39 Tom looks out his window. Which observation includes a biotic factor of the ecosystem he is in? a. It is raining. b. There are worms on his sidewalk. c. The water in his pond is higher than usual. d. The clouds are darker than they had been a little earlier. D 200

40 Tom looks out his window. Which observation includes a biotic factor of the ecosystem he is in? b. There are worms on his sidewalk.

41 Kelli lives in Arizona on the edge of the desert. Ife lives on the edge of the Sahara desert. Kelli says they live in the same ecosystem. Is she correct? Why or why not? a. She is incorrect. An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in one place. b. She is correct. An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in one place. c. She is correct. An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in one type of place. d. She is incorrect. An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in one type of place. D 300

42 Kelli lives in Arizona on the edge of the desert. Ife lives on the edge of the Sahara desert. Kelli says they live in the same ecosystem. Is she correct? Why or why not? a. She is incorrect. An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in one place.

43 If a population were able to reach its biotic potential, a. its rate of birth is the highest it can be, and its rate of death is the lowest it can be b. its rate of birth is the highest it can be, and its rate of death is the highest it can be c. its rate of birth is the lowest it can be, and its rate of death is the lowest it can be d. its rate of birth is the lowest it can be, and its rate of death is the highest it can be D 400

44 If a population were able to reach its biotic potential, a. its rate of birth is the highest it can be, and its rate of death is the lowest it can be

45 Which of the following does not follow a cycle in the environment? a. oxygen b. carbon c. energy d. water D 500

46 Which of the following does not follow a cycle in the environment? c. energy

47 ____________________ factors are living or once-living. E 100

48 Biotic

49 The place in which an organism lives is called its ____________________. E 200

50 habitat

51 The portion of Earth that supports life is called the ____________________. E 300

52 biosphere E 300

53 A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is not affected is called ____________________. E 400

54 commensalism E 400

55 DAILY DOUBLE E 500 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

56 The study of interactions that occur among organisms and their environment is called ____________________. E 500

57 ecology E 500

58 ____________________ are biotic factors that limit the size of prey populations. F 100

59 Predators F 100

60 A large region of plants and animals adapted to the soil and climate of a region is called a ____________________. F 200

61 biome F 200

62 Overlapping food chains make a food ____________________. F 300

63 web F 300

64 F 400 A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is harmed is a ____________________ relationship.

65 F 400 parasitic

66 F 500 Living and nonliving features of an environment together are referred to as a(n) ________________.

67 F 500 ecosystem

68 The Final Jeopardy Category is: The Oxygen Cycle Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

69 Explain the oxygen cycle. You may refer to the picture in your explanation. Click on screen to continue

70 Plants release oxygen as a waste product of photosynthesis. Oxygen enters the air. Consumers take it in when they breathe. When they breath out, consumers release carbon dioxide. Some producers take in carbon dioxide, and the cycle continues.

71 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT Edited By Laura


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