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100 200 300 400 500 Vocab. words Food WebsEcosystem s Misc.Plants Food Chains 100
I am happy eating many different animals. What am I? A 100
A carnivore A 100
I only like to eat producers. What am I? A 200
Herbivore A 200
I break down dead plants and animals and put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. A 300
Decomposer A 300
I am happy eating both berries and small animals. A 400
Omnivore A 400
Find the primary consumer Algae-shrimp-arctic cod-seal-polar bear A 500
shrimp A 500
What do the arrows mean in a food chain or food web? B 100
Transfer of energy, where the energy is going B 100
What organism do all the arrows in a food web point to? B 200
decomposer B 200
How many herbivores are in this food web? B 300
What will most likely happen to a population of snakes if its prey decreases? B 400
There will be more competition among snakes for food; the population of snakes could decrease. B 400
Which of the following shows a food chain in the diagram? a.Snake-grass-cattail-hawk b.Grasshopper-shrew-cricket-cattail c.Cattail-cricket-frog-snake d.Marsh grass-shrew-frog-snake B 500
C. cattail-cricket-frog-snake B 500
What would happen to fish in a river if pollution killed the plant life in the river? C 100
The fish population would decline or die out. C 100
What might happen if a new species is introduced to an ecosystem that eats caterpillars? C 200
Answers will vary: There may be more competition for food. The lizard hawk and bird population might start to die out or decrease. C 200
What is likely to happen to a species of fish that eat algae, if a new aggressive species of fish is introduced to a river that also eat algae? C 300
There will be more competition for food; the original fish species could start to die out or decline. C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
List 2 adaptations that help a deer protect itself from predators. C 400
Brown color helps it blend in, can run fast to get away from predators, etc. C 400
In an ocean, a population of fish and squid eat the same type of plant. If the squid population grows faster than the fish, what could happen to the fish population? C 500
The fish population could decrease. C 500
Describe at least 2 adaptations that help me survive. D 100
Answers will vary. D 100
Name an omnivore in this food web. D 200
Mice are omnivores. D 200
Why are producers important in a food chain or food web? D 300
They make food; they are the source of energy for the other organisms. D 300
Name at least 2 nonliving parts of an ecosystem. D 400
Rocks, soil, air, water, climate (weather) D 400
Why does recycling have a positive impact on the environment? D 500
Recycling helps to conserve our resources. Instead of cutting down new trees, drilling for oil, etc we can take a product that has already been made and make it into something else. D 500
What is the process called that plants light energy use to make glucose (food)? E 100
Photosynthesis E 100
E 200 What gas do plants give off as a waste product during photosynthesis?
E 200 Oxygen
What a seed does when conditions are right for growth. E 300
Germinates E 300
What could you label all of the plants in a food web? E 400
Producers E 400
What gas do plants use during photosynthesis? E 500
Carbon Dioxide E 500
Where do producers get their energy from? F 100
The sun F 100
Which of the following eats producers? A.Green plants B.2 nd level (secondary) consumers C.1 st level (primary) consumers D.Carnivores F 200
C. 1 st level (primary) consumers F 200
In the food chain, which animal is both a predator and prey? algae zooplankton minnows trout F 300
Minnows F 300
Grass Rabbit Wolf How do wolves benefit from plants? F 400
Wolves eat rabbits, which need green plants to live. Wolves would not have rabbits to eat if there were no plants. F 400
If we picked the flowers off the plant, what won’t the plant be able to do? F 500
It wont be able to produce seeds! F 500
Food Webs Click on screen to begin
What substance in the leaves of a plant changes light energy into chemical energy (food)? Click on screen to continue
Chlorophyll (found in chloroplasts) Click on screen to continue
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