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Formative Assessment. Ecology. 1. An organism that breaks down dead and decaying matter. A) Decomposer B ) Predator C ) Omnivore D ) Herbivore. 2. An animal that eats only plants for food. A ) Herbivore B ) Carnivore C ) Omnivore D ) Vegivore.

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1 an organism that breaks down dead and decaying matter
1. An organism that breaks down dead and decaying matter

A) Decomposer

B) Predator

C) Omnivore

D) Herbivore

2 an animal that eats only plants for food
2. An animal that eats only plants for food

A) Herbivore

B) Carnivore

C) Omnivore

D) Vegivore

3 an animal that eats both plants and animals
3. An animal that eats both plants and animals
  • Omnivore
  • Carnivore
  • Decomposer
  • Hungry
5 many food chains that are linked together are called a
5. Many food chains that are linked together are called a ________________.
  • food link
  • food web
  • food string
  • food circles
7 an example of an omnivore would be a
7. An example of an omnivore would be a ___________________.
  • Praying mantis
  • Wolf
  • Bear
  • Hawk
10 an example of a decomposer would be a
10. An example of a decomposer would be a ____________________.
  • tree
  • fungus
  • bird
  • person
11 the living parts in an ecosystem are called
11. The living parts in an ecosystem are called:
  • Ecology
  • Abiotic factors
  • Fossils
  • Biotic factors
12 the direction an arrow faces in a food chain points to who is
12. The direction an arrow faces in a food chain points to who is ___________________.
  • eating meat
  • getting eaten
  • doing the eating
  • eating plants
13 the nonliving parts in an ecosystem are called
13. The nonliving parts in an ecosystem are called:
  • Biotic factors
  • Abiotic factors
  • Ecology
  • producers
14 carnivore that hunts for its food
14. Carnivore that hunts for its food

A) preyB) predatorC) autotrophD) producer

15 organisms that make their own food for energy are called
15. Organisms that make their own food for energy are called

A) carnivoresB) consumersC) producersD) herbivores

16 organisms that cannot make their own food and get energy from other organisms are called
16. Organisms that cannot make their own food and get energy from other organisms are called
  • Plants
  • Producers
  • Consumers
  • Vegivores
slide18
17. The straight path in which energy is passed from the sun to the producers and then to consumers is called a:
  • food highway
  • food line
  • food web
  • food chain
slide19
18. The study of all the living and nonliving factors in an environment and all their interactions is
  • Ecology
  • Ecosystem
  • Food web
  • Community
19 an important abiotic factor that means the typical weather pattern in an environment
19. An important abiotic factor that means the typical weather pattern in an environment
  • Weather
  • Climate
  • Temperature
  • Heat
20 all the members of a species that live in an ecosystem
20. All the members of a species that live in an ecosystem

A) communityB) populationC) tissueD) kingdom

21 all of the populations in an ecosystem
21. All of the populations in an ecosystem
  • Kingdom
  • Tissue
  • Habitat
  • Community
1 an organism that breaks down dead and decaying matter1
1. An organism that breaks down dead and decaying matter

A) Decomposer

B) Predator

C) Omnivore

D) Herbivore

2 an animal that eats only plants for food1
2. An animal that eats only plants for food

A) Herbivore

B) Carnivore

C) Omnivore

D) Vegivore

3 an animal that eats both plants and animals1
3. An animal that eats both plants and animals
  • Omnivore
  • Carnivore
  • Decomposer
  • Hungry
5 many food chains that are linked together are called a1
5. Many food chains that are linked together are called a ________________.
  • food link
  • food web
  • food string
  • food circles
7 an example of an omnivore would be a1
7. An example of an omnivore would be a ___________________.
  • Praying mantis
  • Wolf
  • Bear
  • Hawk
10 an example of a decomposer would be a1
10. An example of a decomposer would be a ____________________.
  • tree
  • fungus
  • bird
  • person
11 the living parts in an ecosystem are called1
11. The living parts in an ecosystem are called:
  • Ecology
  • Abiotic factors
  • Fossils
  • Biotic factors
12 the direction an arrow faces in a food chain points to who is1
12. The direction an arrow faces in a food chain points to who is ___________________.
  • eating meat
  • getting eaten
  • doing the eating
  • eating plants
13 the nonliving parts in an ecosystem are called1
13. The nonliving parts in an ecosystem are called:
  • Biotic factors
  • Abiotic factors
  • Ecology
  • producers
14 carnivore that hunts for its food1
14. Carnivore that hunts for its food

A) preyB) predatorC) autotrophD) producer

15 organisms that make their own food for energy are called1
15. Organisms that make their own food for energy are called

A) carnivoresB) consumersC) producersD) herbivores

16 organisms that cannot make their own food and get energy from other organisms are called1
16. Organisms that cannot make their own food and get energy from other organisms are called
  • Plants
  • Producers
  • Consumers
  • Vegivores
slide40
17. The straight path in which energy is passed from the sun to the producers and thento consumers is called a:
  • food highway
  • food line
  • food web
  • food chain
18 the study of all the living and nonliving factors in an environment and all their interactions
18. The study of all the living and nonliving factors in an environment and all their interactions
  • Ecology
  • Ecosystem
  • Food web
  • Community
19 an important abiotic factor that means the typical weather pattern in an environment1
19. An important abiotic factor that means the typical weather pattern in an environment
  • Weather
  • Climate
  • Temperature
  • Heat
20 all the members of a species that live in an ecosystem1
20. All the members of a species that live in an ecosystem

A) communityB) populationC) tissueD) kingdom

21 all of the populations in an ecosystem1
21. All of the populations in an ecosystem
  • Kingdom
  • Tissue
  • Habitat
  • Community
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