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Interactions of Living Things 5 Levels Energy Water cycle Symbiosis Variety Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from 5 Levels Which level contains all of the communities and abiotic factors?
$100 Answer from 5 Levels Ecosystem
$200 Question from 5 Levels Arrange the 5 levels of Environmental Organization in order from the smallest piece to the largest piece: (population, ecosystem, biosphere, organism, community)
$200 Answer from 5 Levels Organism Population Community Ecosystem Biosphere
$300 Question from 5 Levels If a kestrel eats a mouse the eats grass The kestrel is a .
$300 Answer from 5 Levels A Second level consumer
$400 Question from 5 Levels Give two examples of how abiotic factors can affect an ecosystem.
$400 Answer from 5 Levels Answers will vary…need teacher approval
$500 Question from 5 Levels Draw a picture of a population of organisms in a pond ecosystem.
$500 Answer from 5 Levels Sketch should include a group of individuals of the same species.
$100 Question from Energy Arrange the following levels in order (bottom to top): primary consumer, producer, tertiary consumer, secondary consumer
$100 Answer from Energy Tertiary consumer Secondary consumer Primary Consumer Producer
$200 Question from Energy What would you call a turkey vulture that eats some of a coyote’s leftovers?
$200 Answer from Energy Scavenger
$300 Question from Energy What happens to the amount of energy available as you move down in an energy pyramid?
$300 Answer from Energy Energy available increases. If you said it increases by a power of 10 you will receive an additional 50 points!
$400 Question from Energy What type of consumer would the fox be considered if it ate the rabbit?
$400 Answer from Energy Secondary Consumer
$500 Question from Energy 30 units How many units of energy would be available at the secondary consumer level?
$500 Answer from Energy 300 units 30 units 300 units 3000 units 30,000 units
$100 Question from Water cycle All the following are examples of precipitation EXCEPT? Rain Snow Groundwater Hail
$100 Answer from Water Cycle Groundwater
$200 Question from water cycle The process in which water vapor turns into a liquid is called__________.
$200 Answer from water cycle condensation
$300 Question from water cycle The process in which water vapor exits A plant through its leaves is called?
$300 Answer from water cycle TRANSPIRATION
$400 Question from water cycle When water stays in an area of the cycle for a time period it is called……. Example- water staying it the ocean, or staying in a glacier….
$400 Answer from water cycle COLLECTION
$500 Question from water cycle Why would the rodent population increase from 1988 to 1994? (Use predator, prey, and population in your statement)
$500 Answer from water cycle The prey population increases as the number of predators decrease.
$100 Question from Symbiosis Name the 3 types of symbiotic relationships.
$100 Answer from Symbiosis Mutualism Commensalism Parasitism
$200 Question from Symbiosis If “+” equals benefit If “-” equals harmed If “0” equals unaffected What two symbols would you use to describe organisms in a mutualistic, commensalistic, and parasitic relationship?
$200 Answer from Symbiosis Mutualism (+, +) Commensalism (+, 0) Parasitism (+, -)
$300 Question from Symbiosis A Blue Grey Gnatcatcher makes a nest for its young. The cowbird places its young in the nest of the Gnatcatcher. The Gnatcatcher takes care of the young, but ends up losing its own in the process. What type of symbiotic relationship exists between these two species?
$300 Answer from Symbiosis Parasitism
$400 Question from Symbiosis Acacia ants live on the bull- horn acacia tree, which provides the ants with food and shelter. The ants deter grazing animals from eating the tree. What type of symbiotic relationship exists between these two populations of organisms?
$400 Answer from Symbiosis Mutualism
$500 Question from Symbiosis What do you call a long term change that takes place in two species because of their close interaction with one another?
$500 Answer from Symbiosis coevolution
$100 Question from Variety Identify two other names for a tertiary consumer.
$100 Answer from Variety carnivore, top-level consumer, 3rd order heterotroph
$200 Question from Variety Why do farmers fear 2nd and 3rd order heterotrophs?
$200 Answer from Variety They eat their livestock!
$300 Question from Variety List 3 natural occurrences that can lead to an immediate decrease in a population.
$300 Answer from Variety Forest Fire, Hurricane, Tornado, Drought, Volcano
$400 Question from Variety Name two ways that humans can control a population of organisms that is continuously growing.
$400 Answer from Variety Hunting, Relocating, Introducing Disease
$500 Question from Variety How can saving a top-level consumer save an ecosystem?