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Jeopardy Ecology

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JEOPARDY Organi- zation Evolution Classifica- tion Energy Flow Wild Card 100 200 300 400 500 100

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100 POINTS Answer All the members of the same species in the same area

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Answer (100 POINTS) Back to Grid What is a population?

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100 POINTS Answer The person who proposed the mechanism of natural selection.

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Answer (100 POINTS) Back to Grid Who is Charles Darwin?

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100 POINTS Answer An example of a vertebrate.

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Answer (100 POINTS) Back to Grid Answers vary.

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100 POINTS Answer The ultimate source of energy for most life on earth.

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Answer (100 POINTS) Back to Grid What is the sun?

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100 POINTS Answer The gradual change of ecosystems over time.

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Answer (100 POINTS) Back to Grid What is ecological succession?

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200 POINTS Answer All the different populations in the same area.

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Answer (200 POINTS) Back to Grid What is a community?

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200 POINTS Answer The Theory of ____ is explained by way of natural selection.

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Answer (200 POINTS) Back to Grid What is evolution?

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200 POINTS Answer An example of a protist.

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Answer (200 POINTS) Back to Grid Answers vary.

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200 POINTS Answer Shows all the feeding relationships within an ecosystem.

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Answer (200 POINTS) Back to Grid What is a food web?

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200 POINTS Answer The place that contains everything that an organism needs to live.

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Answer (200 POINTS) Back to Grid What is its habitat?

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300 POINTS Answer All the non-living factors of an ecosystem.

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Answer (300 POINTS) Back to Grid What are abiotic factors?

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300 POINTS Answer Irresponsible use of pesticides and antibiotics can lead to this.

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Answer (300 POINTS) Back to Grid What is resistance?

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300 POINTS Answer An angiosperm makes these during reproduction.

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Answer (300 POINTS) Back to Grid What is a flower?

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300 POINTS Answer Each step on a food chain.

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Answer (300 POINTS) Back to Grid What is a trophic level?

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300 POINTS Answer Where you would find nitrogen-fixing bacteria.

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Answer (300 POINTS) Back to Grid The roots of plants – specifically legumes

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400 POINTS Answer All the living and non- living things in the same area.

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Answer (400 POINTS) Back to Grid What is an ecosystem?

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400 POINTS Answer A trait that increases an organisms chances of survival.

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Answer (400 POINTS) Back to Grid What is an adaptation?

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400 POINTS Answer E. coli belongs to this kingdom.

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Answer (400 POINTS) Back to Grid What is Eubacteria?

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400 POINTS Answer An example of a consumer that eats other consumers.

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Answer (400 POINTS) Back to Grid Answers vary.

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400 POINTS Answer Where a producer gets carbon from.

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Answer (400 POINTS) Back to Grid What is the atmosphere

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500 POINTS Answer An example of an abiotic factor

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Answer (500 POINTS) Back to Grid Answers vary.

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500 POINTS Answer Change in the genetic variation of an organism over generations.

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Answer (500 POINTS) Back to Grid What is evolution?

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500 POINTS Answer The six kingdoms of classification

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Answer (500 POINTS) Back to Grid What are Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals?

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500 POINTS Answer The amount of energy that is lost between trophic levels.

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Answer (500 POINTS) Back to Grid What is 90%?

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500 POINTS Answer The type of succession that occurs after a forest fire.

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Answer (500 POINTS) Back to Grid What is secondary succession.

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