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Ecology Review. Food Chains. Trees. Odds ‘n Ends. Misc. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 500. $ 500. $ 500. $ 500. $ 500. CAT 1 $100.

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Food Chains

Trees

Odds ‘n

Ends

Misc.

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CAT 1 $100

Define Abiotic factor and give an example.

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CAT 1 $200

The maximum number of organisms an ecosystem can support is called:__?__

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CAT 1 $300

The area an organism will defend, sometimes to its death, is called its: ?

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CAT 1 $400

Water passing through plants and entering the atmosphere is called:

?

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CAT 1 $500

Define Detritivore.

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All food chains start with___?____.

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Those organisms that feed on producers are called_____.

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On average, how much energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next?

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CAT 2 $400

Name for an organism on the top of a food pyramid_______.

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CAT 2 $500

The term that describes how even small amounts of toxins can reach poisonous concentrations as they move through a food chain:______________

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Trees belong to what trophic level?

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CAT 3 $200

Name a 2-needled pine native to Idaho.

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CAT 3 $300

What’s the tool called we measure tree height with?

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CAT 3 $400

Write the equation for photosynthesis.

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CAT 3 $500

What is the Idaho State tree?

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CAT 4 $100

Define and give an example of a renewable resource.

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How do we define a Biome?

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Who pays for most wildlife habitat improvements in America?

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The role an organism plays in its community is call its _________?

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Name one species currently listed as Endangered in idaho?

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Question…What do ‘Producers’ produce?

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What is the oldest living thing on Earth?

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CAT 5 $300

Name 4 of the 5 requirements for a graph to be complete.

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CAT 5 $400

Which of the following ecosystem would probably have the greatest net primary productivity (NPP)?

Open ocean

Tundra

Grassland

Coniferous forest

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When individuals of different species live in close association with one another, the relationship is known as _____?_____.

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Final Question

Please write down your wagers…

From $0 - $Total Winnings

Question…(difficulty level: medium)

Name the three overriding principles I wanted you to most remember from this class.