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Energized Ecosystems Populations Simply Symbiosis Amazing Adaptations Organism Interactions Grab Bag
Give the definition of an ecosystem. A 100
All the living and non-living things that interact in a particular area A 100
An organism’s specific role, or how it makes its living is called its… A 200
Niche A 200
What is a biotic factor? Name 3 examples. A 300
The living parts of an ecosystem. Any kind of plant or animal. A 300
What is an abiotic factor? Name 3 examples. A 400
The non-living parts of an ecosystem. Soil, Water, Temperature, Oxygen, and Sunlight A 400
A specific place within an ecosystem where an organism lives is called a… A 500
Habitat A 500
True or False: All the members of one species in a particular area is called a population. B 100
TRUE! B 100
B 200 Is this an image of a population or community? Give your reasoning.
Community, because it contained a few different populations (Starfish, Sea Urchin & Coral) B 200
A group of organisms that are physically similar and can reproduce with one another is called a… B 300
Species B 300
Name three limiting factors that could prevent a population from growing. B 400
Food, Space & Weather B 400
Name four ways that a population can change. B 500
Birth, Death, Immigration & Emigration B 500
Name the three types of symbiosis. C 100
Mutualism, Commensalism, & Parasitism C 100
Give an example of two species participating in a mutualistic relationship. C 200
Answers may vary. Both organisms must benefit. C 200
What is commensalism? C 300
A relationship where one species benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Give an example of parasitism- you must explain why it would be considered parasitism. C 400
Answers may vary. One species must benefit while the other is harmed. C 400
A parasite doesn’t want to kill its host. Why not? C 500
If a parasite killed its host, it would lose its habitat and food source C 500
What is an adaptation? D 100
The behaviors and physical features that allow an organism to survive successfully in their environment D 100
Name three prey adaptations that prevent them from becoming prey! D 200
Mimicry, False Coloring, Warning Colors, Protective Coverings, & Camouflage D 200
Choose a prey adaptation and explain how it would prevent an organism from becoming prey. D 300
Answers will vary Must describe how it will help the organism to survive D 300
Name some adaptations of this creature D 400
Claws, Sharp Teeth, Keen Eyes, Strong Back Legs etc. D 400
Give me an example of a predator and its prey. Describe the adaptations that both species have to help them survive. D 500
Answers vary D 500
The struggle between organisms for limited resources results in… E 100
Competition E 100
What are some factors that animals would compete over? E 200
Food, Water, Prey, Space, Mates E 200
What is predation? E 300
An interaction in which one species kills and eats another E 300
Give an example of a predator and its prey E 400
Answers will vary E 400
Who is the predator? Who is the prey? E 500
Predator: Red Fox Prey: Mouse E 500
How could weather be a factor in limiting a population? F 100
Weather could kill a species’ food supply, destroy their habitats, or directly harm them in some way. F 100
True or False: An example of a population would be all the fish in the Indian Ocean. F 200
False F 200
How can predation effect population? F 300
If predators overhunt their prey, it could eventually decrease their own population F 300
What is emigration? F 400
When animals leave a population F 400
If you were a scientist studying the population of grasshoppers in a field, what strategy would you use? F 500
Direct Observation Indirect Observation Sampling Mark & Recapture F 500
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Populations and Communities Living Things and the Environment.
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Chapter 1 Vocabulary Review. The behavioral and physical characteristics of a species that allow them to live successfully in their environment. Adaptation.
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1 Study of interactions of living organisms with one another and with their physical environment.
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Populations and Communities Chapter 1 Sections 1-3.
Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Niches and Community Interactions Objectives 4.2 Niches and Community Interactions - - Define niche. -Describe the role.
Words to Know 1.Ecosystem10. population density19. symbiosis 2.Habitat11. immigration20. mutualism 3.Biotic factor12. emigration21.commensalism 4.Abiotic.
Systems: Ecology. System: any group of parts that work together as a unit –Properties of a system may be different than the properties of its parts. Ecosystems:
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ECOSYSTEMS CHAPTER 10. WHAT IS AN ECOSYSTEM? An ecosystem is all the living things and nonliving things in a given area Examples of ecosystems: ◦ Forests,
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Ch.21 Populations & Communities Section 3: Interactions Among Living Things.
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The Web of Life: Interactions among living organisms Populations Interactions in Communities.
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Interactions Among Living Things. Adapting to the Environment Every organism has a variety of adaptations that are suited to its specific living conditions.
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Ecology Notes Mrs. Peters Spring 2011 Mrs. Peters Spring 2011.
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Ecosystems 8.11 The student knows that interdependence occurs among living systems and the environment and that human activities can affect these systems.
Interactions Within Ecosystems
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Ecology Class Notes 2. A. What is Ecology? 1. Ecology is the way organisms (living things) interact with their environments (surroundings). 2. The.
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Natural Selection – a characteristic that makes an individual better suited to its environment may eventually become common in that species. Natural selection.
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Chapter 10 Ecosystems Levels of Organization The smallest level of organization is a single organism, which belongs to a population that includes other.
Competition Two major types of interactions between organisms include competition and predation Competition: the struggle between organisms to survive.
21-3 Interactions Among Living Things o Every organism has a variety of adaptations that are suited to its specific living conditions. o Adaptations are.
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