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Living Things Need Energy Quiz Review. Environmental Science Chapter 1 Section 2. 1. An organism that eats only animals is a …. Carnivore Energy Pyramid Food Chain Food Web Herbivore Omnivore. ANSWER. Carnivore.

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Living things need energy quiz review

Living Things Need Energy Quiz Review

Environmental Science

Chapter 1 Section 2


1 an organism that eats only animals is a
1. An organism that eats only animals is a …

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer
ANSWER

  • Carnivore


2 a triangular diagram that shows an ecosystem s loss of energy is an
2. A triangular diagram that shows an ecosystem’s loss of energy is an …

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer1
Answer energy is an …

B. Energy Pyramid


3 an organism that eats both plants and animals is an
3. An organism that eats both plants and animals is an … energy is an …

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer2
Answer energy is an …

F. Omnivore


4 an organism that eats only plants is an
4. An organism that eats only plants is an … energy is an …

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer3
Answer energy is an …

E. Herbivore


5 a diagram that shows how energy in food flows from one organism to another is a
5. A diagram that shows how energy in food flows from one organism to another is a …

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer4
Answer organism to another is a …

C. Food Chain


6 a diagram that shows the feeding relationships between organisms in an ecosystem is a
6. A diagram that shows the feeding relationships between organisms in an ecosystem is a

  • Carnivore

  • Energy Pyramid

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Herbivore

  • Omnivore


Answer5
Answer organisms in an ecosystem is a

D. Food Web


7 herbivores carnivores and scavengers are examples of
7. Herbivores, carnivores, and scavengers are examples of

  • producers.

  • decomposers.

  • consumers.

  • omnivores.


Answer6
Answer

C. consumers.


8 organisms that can make their own food from sunlight are called
8. Organisms that can make their own food from sunlight are called …

  • decomposers.

  • producers.

  • carnivores.

  • consumers.


Answer7
Answer called …

B. producers.


9 grass is eaten by a prairie dog the prairie dog is eaten by a coyote this is an example of
9. Grass is eaten by a prairie dog. The prairie dog is eaten by a coyote. This is an example of…

  • an abiotic environment.

  • an omnivore.

  • an herbivore.

  • a food chain.


Answer8
Answer eaten by a coyote. This is an example of…

D. a food chain.


10 one food web arrow goes from a prairie dog to a coyote showing that
10. One food web arrow goes from a prairie dog to a coyote, showing that…

  • the coyote is bigger.

  • the coyote eats the prairie dog.

  • the prairie dog eats the coyote.

  • the prairie dog is a producer.


Answer9
Answer showing that…

B. the coyote eats the prairie dog.


11 without wolves yellowstone park had
11. Without wolves, Yellowstone Park had… showing that…

  • too many elk.

  • too much grass.

  • too many rabbits.

  • too many cows.


Answer10
Answer showing that…

C. too many rabbits.


12 as the wilderness was settled the gray wolf population in the u s
12. As the wilderness was settled, the gray wolf population in the U.S. …

  • declined.

  • increased.

  • stabilized.

  • didn’t change.


Answer11
Answer in the U.S. …

A. declined.


13 in an energy pyramid the most energy is available
13. In an energy pyramid, the most energy is available … in the U.S. …

  • at the top.

  • in the middle.

  • at the base.

  • behind it.


Answer12
Answer in the U.S. …

C. at the base.


Good luck tomorrow!! in the U.S. …

A copy of the review can be found on Mr. C.’s website

Frost.sd54.org/mrcscience

Happy studying!


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