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Ecology Levels of Organization Misc. Macro- molecules Trophic Levels
What is the driving force of ecology? A 100
Energy A 100
Between the predator and the prey in a food chain, the arrow points towards the ___. A 200
Predator A 200
These organisms feed off of decaying plants and/or animals. A 300
Detritivores (Decomposers) A 300
This organism eats both plants and animals. A 400
Omnivore A 400
This is an interconnected group of food chains. A 500
Food web A 500
B 100 These organisms produce their own energy.
Autotrophs or Producers B 100
Herbivores make up the majority of this trophic level. B 200
Primary Consumers B 200
This can be found at the beginning of almost every food chain. B 300
The Sun B 300
Carnivores can be found in which two trophic levels? B 400
Secondary and Tertiary B 400
Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Consumers can all be consider ____. B 500
Heterotrophs B 500
Molecules are made from groups of ____, - the smallest units known to contain a mass. C 100
Atoms C 100
Which level of organization comes between Cells and Organs? C 200
Tissues C 200
A group of the same living species C 300
Population C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Contains all of the biotic and abiotic factors in an area C 400
Ecosystem C 400
The tundra is an example of a ____. C 500
Biome C 500
These are made up of chains of fatty acids. D 100
Lipids D 100
This macromolecule is used for long-term storage of energy. D 200
Lipids D 200
These macromolecules supply the building blocks for repairing or growing tissues. D 300
Proteins D 300
Complex carbohydrates are made up of chains of ____. D 400
Monosaccharides (Simple sugars) D 400
Polymers are made up of ___. D 500
Monomers D 500
A cup of ramen noodles contains 1,200mg of sodium. Compared the suggested daily 2,400mg, what percent value of sodium does a cup of ramen have? E 100
50% E 100
As an organism that only eats small mammals, a mountain lion is considered a ___. E 200
Carnivore E 200
Sources of this macromolecule include bread, pasta, and corn. E 300
(Complex) Carbohydrates E 300
E 400 Draw a food chain containing a water lily, a dragonfly, and a frog.
E 400 Water Lily -> Dragonfly -> Frog
Biosphere 2 is found near Tucson, Arizona. Where is Biosphere 1? E 500
The Earth E 500
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