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Chapter 1 - Interactions of Living Things

1. The five levels of organization in the environment, from first to fifth level are
organism, population, biosphere, ecosystem, community, organism, population, biotic, abiotic, community, organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere, organism, population, biosphere, abiotic, ecology
2. The largest population an environment can support is its
carrying capacity online , limiting factor, population, symbiosis
3. Young wasps are eating the tomato hornworm that is their host. What is this an example of?
commensalism, mutualism, parasitism, competition
4. A bird eats a worm. Who is the predator?
the worm, the bird, both the bird and the worm, neither the bird nor the worm
5. Rocks, temperature, and water are what part of the environment?
biotic, abiotic, population, living
6. Which is an example of an abiotic element changing an area?
introducing a new type of grass multiple choice questions , water flooding an area, two species of birds competing, algae growing on crabgrass
7. Grass that gains energy from the sun is an example of a
consumer, parasite, decomposer, producer
8. A diagram with arrows showing energy flow from grass, to a rabbit, to a fox is
an energy pyramid, a food web, a food chain, a population chart
9. Limiting factors determine an area%27s carrying capacity because
the number of animals is limited matching excercise , ecosystems are small, animals need resources to survive, the number of animals is unlimited
10. What is the lowest level of environmental organization that three male egrets would all belong in together?
individual organism short answer questions , population print quizzes , community, ecosystem
11. Two members of the same species fight over who gets a certain food. Members of different species try to take over a nest. There are both examples of
community, competition, mutualism, commensalism
12. save time The plants a ladybug lives on, the aphids the ladybug eats, and the birds that would eat the ladybug are all
biotic elements of an ecosystem, predators, producers, abiotic elements of an ecosystem
13. Herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores are all
decomposers, producers online activities , predators, consumers
14. What is an animal that catches and eats another animal called?
prey, predator, producer, herbivore
15. Two lionesses are fighting over a fresh kill. What type of competition is this?
predator/prey, competition within a population, competition between species in a community, competition between a parasite and host
16. Suppose there were a bird that always sat on a horse%27s back and ate the insects that would bite the horse. What would this be an example of?
mutualism, parasitism, competition, commensalism
17. When a parasitic worm invades an animal, who is the host?
the producer, the animal, the decomposer, the worm
18. A river carrying nutrients is a(n) _____________ factor that helps the ecosystem.
population, biotic, abiotic, community
19. Plants, animals, and all living things are ____________ factors.
population, abiotic, biotic, community
20. Two or more individuals of the same kind living together are a(n) ___________________.
population, biotic, abiotic, community
21. All the populations of living things in the same place are a(n) __________________________.
population, biotic, abiotic, community
22. an organism that eats only animals
herbivore, food chain, food web, carnivore
23. a triangular diagram that shows an ecosystem%27s loss of energy
food chain, food web, energy pyramid, omnivore
24. an organism that eats both plants and animals
omnivore, herbivore, carnivore, food web
25. an organism that eats only plants
carnivore, herbivore, omnivore, energy pyramid
26. a diagram that shows how energy in food flows from one organism to another
food chain, food web, energy pyramid, omnivore
27. a diagram that shows the feeding relationships between organisms in an ecosystem
food chain, food web, energy pyramid, omnivore
28. a relationship between two organisms in which one benefits and the other is not affected
prey , symbiosis, parasitism, commensalism
29. the evolution of two or more species due to mutual influence
symbiosis, coevolution, commensalism, parasitism
30. a relationship in which two different organisms live in close association with each other
prey, symbiosis, coevolution, mutualism
31. an organism that is killed and eaten by another organism
prey, mutualism, commensalism, parasitism
32. a relationship where one organism benefits and the other is harmed
symbiosis, parasitism, commensalism, mutualism
33. a relationship between two species in which both species benefit
coevolution, commensalism, mutualism, parasitism