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Ecology Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy. Organization for 100. What do ecologists call the non-living parts of the environment? Answer. Organization for 200. What layer of organization includes the living and nonliving parts of the environment? Answer. Organization for 300.

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Ecology jeopardy

Ecology Jeopardy

  • Final Jeopardy


Organization for 100

Organization for 100

  • What do ecologists call the non-living parts of the environment?

    • Answer


Organization for 200

Organization for 200

  • What layer of organization includes the living and nonliving parts of the environment?

    • Answer


Organization for 300

Organization for 300

  • What layer of organization is the smallest and most focused?

    • Answer


Organization for 400

Organization for 400

  • What layer of organization covers just a single species?

    • Answer


Organization for 500

Organization for 500

  • What are the six levels of Organization that Ecologist use to classify living things.

    • Answer


Organization for 100 answer

Organization for 100 Answer

  • Abiotic

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Organization for 200 answer

Organization for 200 Answer

  • Ecosystem

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Organization for 300 answer

Organization for 300 Answer

  • Individual

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Organization for 400 answer

Organization for 400 Answer

  • Population

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Organization for 500 answer

Organization for 500 Answer

  • Individual

  • Population

  • Community

  • Ecosystem

  • Biome

  • Biosphere

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Energy of life for 100

Energy of Life for 100

  • What do we call the living things in the environment that make their own food using the resources of the earth?

    • Answer


Energy of life for 200

Energy of Life for 200

  • What classification of animals eats only plants?

    • Answer


Energy of life for 300

Energy of Life for 300

  • What classification of animals eats only other animals?

    • Answer


Energy of life for 400

Energy of Life for 400

  • What classification of animals eats both plants and animals?

    • Answer


Energy of life for 500

Energy of Life for 500

  • What classification of animal breaks down and recycles dead organisms?

    • Answer


Energy of life for 100 answer

Energy of Life for 100 Answer

  • Producers

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Energy of life for 200 answer

Energy of Life for 200 Answer

  • Herbivore

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Energy of life for 300 answer

Energy of Life for 300 Answer

  • Carnivore

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Energy of life for 400 answer

Energy of Life for 400 Answer

  • Omnivore

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Energy of life for 500 answer

Energy of Life for 500 Answer

  • Decomposers

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Interactions for 100

Interactions for 100

  • What are the 4 main types of interactions between organisms?

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Interactions for 200

Interactions for 200

  • What type of relationship occurs when one organism eats another?

    • Answer


Interactions for 300

Interactions for 300

  • Flowers and bees and ant and acacia trees are examples of which type of interaction between organisms?

    • Answer


Interactions for 400

Interactions for 400

  • What type of interaction is when 2 organisms live closely with each other for a long time?

    • Answer


Interactions for 500

Interactions for 500

  • What do organisms compete for in nature?

    • Answer


Interactions for 100 answers

Interactions for 100 Answers

  • Competition

  • Predator / prey

  • Symbiotic

  • Co evolution

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Interactions for 200 answers

Interactions for 200 Answers

  • Predator / Prey

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Interactions for 300 answers

Interactions for 300 Answers

  • Co evolution

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Interactions for 400 answers

Interactions for 400 Answers

  • Symbiosis

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Interactions for 500 answers

Interactions for 500 Answers

  • Mates

  • Space

  • Food

  • Resources

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Pyramids and webs for 100

Pyramids and Webs for 100

  • What do we call the lowest level of the Energy Pyramid?

    • Answer


Pyramids and webs for 200

Pyramids and Webs for 200

  • What are the things that eat the producers called? Name all 3

    • Answer


Pyramids and webs for 300

Pyramids and Webs for 300

  • How much energy is carried from one level in the pyramid to the next?

    • Answer


Pyramids and webs for 400

Pyramids and Webs for 400

  • Where does all energy come from?

    • Answer


Pyramids and webs for 500

Pyramids and Webs for 500

  • How much energy would be available to the 3rd level consumer if the sun emitted 25000 units of energy into the ecosystem?

    • Answer


Pyramids and webs for 100 answer

Pyramids and Webs for 100Answer

  • Producers

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Pyramids and webs for 200 answer

Pyramids and Webs for 200Answer

  • Herbivores, 1st level consumers and primary consumers.

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Pyramids and webs for 300 answer

Pyramids and Webs for 300Answer

  • Approximately 10%

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Pyramids and webs for 400 answer

Pyramids and Webs for 400Answer

  • The sun

    • I would also accept photosynthesis

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Pyramids and webs for 500 answer

Pyramids and Webs for 500Answer

  • 2.5 Units

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Cycles for 100

Cycles for 100

  • What is the natural change of ecosystems over time called

    • Answer


Cycles for 200

Cycles for 200

  • In the carbon cycle what gas is used to cycle carbon throughout the ecosystem

    • Answer


Cycles for 300

Cycles for 300

  • In the water cycle after precipitation occurs water can collect in two places the surface and underground aquifers. What are these two processes called.

    • Answer


Cycles for 400

Cycles for 400

  • Daily Double

  • In the nitrogen cycle what organisms are responsible for converting Nitrogen gas to nitrates and nitrates to nitrogen gas. What are these two processes called

    • Answer


Cycles for 500

Cycles for 500

  • In what ways are the carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle contributing to changes within our biosphere

    • Answer


Cycles for 100 answer

Cycles for 100 Answer

  • Ecological Succession

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Cycles for 200 answer

Cycles for 200 Answer

  • Carbon Dioxide

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Cycles for 300 answer

Cycles for 300 Answer

  • What is runoff and inflitration

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Cycles for 400 answer

Cycles for 400 Answer

  • Bacteria are responsible for Nitrogen Fixation and denitrification

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Cycles for 500 answer

Cycles for 500 Answer

  • The burning of fossil fuels in the carbon cycle contributes to climate change while the nitrogen cycle creates the nitric acid that falls as acid rain and causes eutrophication of fresh water sources

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Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

  • Explain the concept of a Limiting Factor. Give three examples of Limiting factors.


Final jeopardy answer

Final Jeopardy Answer

  • A limiting factor is something that determine the carrying capacity or largest population an ecosystem can support at any point in time. Examples of Limiting factors are nutrients(nitrogen in plants), water(organisms in the desert), shelter(loss of habitat), clean air, food, competition, predation, and disease.

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