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By: Ms. McCallumore Ch. 3.1BiomesCh. 4.1PopulationMISC. $100100$100 100$100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400.

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2 By: Ms. McCallumore

3 Ch. 3.1BiomesCh. 4.1PopulationMISC. $100100$ $100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400 $500500$ $500

4 $100 Abiotic & Biotic factors that limit the growth of a species are called:

5 $200 What is the major difference between primary and secondary succession?

6 $300 In primary succession, what are the pioneer species?

7 $400 The relatively stable collection of plants and animals that results from succession is called.

8 $500 Type of succession that can begin after a lava flow.

9 $100 If the global warming trend continues and permafrost under the tundra melts, what biome would you predict would replace it?

10 $200 If precipitation on a tropical savanna increased from centimeters per year, but the temperature remained the same, what biome would replace the savanna?

11 $300 Which two biomes have the least amount of percipitation?

12 $400 How would you classify a biome having broad-leaf evergreen trees, mosses, and orchids, C, and seasonal rainfall of less than 200 cm a year.

13 DailyDouble

14 $100 Which of the following is a density dependent factor: competition, deforestation, hurricanes, droughts

15 $200 On ten acres of forest there are 8 deer, seven coyotes, 45 armadillos, and 231 pine trees. Which has the highest population density?

16 $300 A flowering plant has seeds that are carried by the wind. What is the most likely dispersion pattern that the plants from these seeds will grow in?

17 $400 The movement of organisms into a given area is called:

18 $500 A rat that has a short life span and produces many offspring can be classified into which reproductive strategy?

19 $100 What event that started in Great Britain is correlated with the beginning of exponential growth in the human population? (think factories)

20 $200 Under ideal conditions, what will usually happen to a population?

21 $300 Countries in stage 1 of demographic transition (like many African nations) have a ________ birthrate and a ________ deathrate

22 $400 In countries like Kenya and Afghanistan the human population is growing rapidly, which is this type of growth (J-shaped graph)

23 $500 Describe what a graph would look like of a species that reproduced for generations, but and had enough food, water, and shelter to support the species.

24 $100 The ocean zone where light extends to a depth of about 200 meters.

25 $200 The average year-to-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region are referred to as the regions:

26 $300 Which of the following represents exponential growth? A.1,2,3,4,5 B.2,4,8,16,32 C.1,-1,2,3,1

27 $400- What is this called?

28 MISC $500 Ms. McCallumore loves biology so much she quits teaching to become a biologist and research cures for disease. In what biome would Ms. Mc have the best chance of finding new types of plants for her research?

29 Limiting Factors

30 Soil

31 Lichens & Mosses

32 Climax Community

33 Primary Succession

34 Boreal Foreset

35 Tropical Seasonal Forest

36 Tundra, Desert

37 Tropical Seasonal Forest

38 Which animal would be found in the biome that has cold to moderate winters, warm summers, fertile soils, and is home to a variety of vegetation, such as coniferous trees, deciduous trees, flowering shrubs and ferns? DeerDeer LizardLizard Polar BearPolar Bear ZebraZebra

39 What is Deer

40 Competition

41 Pine Trees

42 Random

43 Immigration

44 r-strategy

45 Industrial Revolution

46 It will grow rapidly

47 High, High

48 Exponentially

49 S-shaped, logistic growth

50 Photic Zone

51 Climate

52 B. 2,4,8,16,32

53 Age-structure diagram

54 Tropical Rain Forest

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