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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

ECOLOGY VERSION


  • 1,000,000

  • 500,000

  • 250,000

  • 125,000

  • 64,000

  • 32,000

  • 16,000

  • 8,000

  • 4,000

  • 2,000

  • 1,000

  • 500

  • 300

  • 200

  • 100


Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.


Click to return to the question and poll the class


Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend


What is another name given to producers?

  • A. Autotrophs

  • B. Herbivores

  • C. Consumers

  • D. Carnivores


  • A. Autotrophs

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What is the term for organisms interaction with each other and their environment?

  • A. Population

  • B. Organisms

  • C. Ecosystem

  • D. Community


C. Ecosystem

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What two factors are considered biotic?

  • A. Water and sunlight

  • B. Bacteria and fungi

  • C. Temperature and soil

  • D. wood and dirt


B. Bacteria and fungi

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Which of the following lists are examples of ABIOTIC factors?

  • A. Sun, Soil, Water

  • B. Sun, Soil, Fungus

  • C. A deer, Tree, Rocks

  • D. Fungus, Rocks, Soil


A. Sun, Soil, Water

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What would happen if producers were removed from their ecosystem?

  • A. They would have

  • no great effect.

  • B. It would have a great impact,

  • but the other species would adapt.

  • C. Other populations

  • would increase

  • D.It would have a great impact

  • and the rest of the species would suffer.


D. It would have a great impact and other species would suffer

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What is the difference between a food chain and food web?

  • A. There is no difference.

  • B. Food chain is a complex feeding net-

  • work. Food web consists of single chain.

  • C. Food chain consists of a single chain.

  • Food web is a complex feeding network.

  • D. One shows trophic levels

  • and the other does not.


  • C. Food chain consists of a single chain.

  • Food web is a complex feeding network.

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Why are decomposers important for an ecosystem?

  • A. They can be omnivores.

  • B. They return nutrients

  • to the environment.

  • C. They capture energy

  • from the sun.

  • D. They are producers


  • B. They return nutrients

  • to the environment.

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The water and carbon cycle are similar in that

  • A. They directly depend

  • on photosynthesis

  • B. They use fossil fuels

  • C. They both recycle

  • matter

  • D. They both take place

  • mostly under ground


  • C. They both recycle matter

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What process allows carbon dioxide to enter the living parts of the ecosystem?

  • A. Condensation

  • B. Precipitation

  • C. Burning fossil fuels

  • D. Photosynthesis


  • D. Photosynthesis

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What happens when a population

reaches carrying capacity?

  • A. Population is unaffected

  • B. Population begins to stabilize

  • C. Population increases

  • D. Population has unlimited

  • resources


  • B. population begins to stabilize

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Each level in the food chain contains less energy than one before because some energy

  • A. is lost as heat

  • B. is consumed

  • by carnivores

  • C. is added to

  • the system

  • D. incorporated

  • into biomass


A. is lost as heat

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What is the process used by autotrophs to make their own sources of energy?

  • A. cellular respiration

  • B. Photosynthesis

  • C. Chemosynthesis

  • D. Chloroplast


  • B. Photosynthesis

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What are the trophic levels shown in energy, biomass, and number pyramids?

  • A. Biome, ecosystem,

  • community, population

  • B. photosynthesis

  • and chemosynthesis

  • C. primary, secondary,

  • tertiary consumers

  • D. bacteria,

  • fungus, consumers


  • C. Primary, secondary, tertiary consumers

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Which illustration shows the total calories

Available in the ecosystem?

  • A. Pyramid of

  • numbers

  • B. Biomass pyramid

  • C. Food web

  • D. Energy pyramid


D. Energy pyramid

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What is the study of organisms and their interactions with the environment?

  • A. Ecology

  • B. Biology

  • C. Ecosystems

  • D. Psychology


A. Ecology


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