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  1. THIS IS Jeopardy Fifth Grade Life Science Review

  2. Jeopardy Inherited and Learned Carbon Dioxide - Oygen Ecosystems Interactions and Changes Food Webs Adaptations Metamorphosis 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Animals and plants use substances that cycle through the environment. Which substance is needed by plants to survive and is released into the environment by animals? A 100

  4. Carbon dioxide A 100

  5. Many types of plants grow in a forest ecosystem. How do plants affect the air that forest animals breathe? A 200

  6. Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air. A 200

  7. What gas do plants use to make food during photosynthesis? A 300

  8. Carbon dioxide A 300

  9. In relationship to the carbon dioxide – oxygen cycle, name two ways that cows and humans are alike. A 400

  10. They both release oxygen and take in carbon dioxide. A 400

  11. What is the relationship between plants and animals in the carbon dioxide – oxygen cycle? A 500

  12. Plants release oxygen during photosynthesis which animals use. Animals breathe in oxygen and release carbon dioxide which plant use. A 500

  13. What do food chains and food webs show? B 100

  14. The transfer of energy in an ecosystem B 100

  15. What role do raccoons play in this food web? (prey, producer, consumer, or decomposer) B 200

  16. Consumers B 200

  17. Name a possible prairie food chain. B 300

  18. Possible Food Chains Grasses or wildflowers  Grasshopper  Sparrow or Grasses or wildflowers  Prairie Dog  Badger or Grasses or wildflowers  Rabbit  Coyote B 300

  19. What change would most likely occur if all of the herbivores were removed? B 400

  20. The fox and owl populations would have to move or die off. The grasses in the area would overgrow. B 400

  21. Name a type of decomposer and explain its job in an ecosystem. B 500

  22. Worms, bacteria and fungi are decomposers. Their job is to decompose dead plants and animals and return their nutrients to the soil so the nutrients can be used to grow new plants. B 500

  23. These wild hogs eat many different kinds of foods, including plants, fungi, and insects. Besides being very destructive to the habitats of other animals, how do wild hogs most likely harm other animals? A. By competing with other animals for food B. By moving slower than most other animals C. By causing other animals to reproduce more D. By eating foods that no other animals eat C 100

  24. A. By competing with other animals for food C 100

  25. Some beetles break down the remains of dead animals. Some mushrooms break down the remains of dead trees. How do these actions most benefit plants? C 200

  26. By returning nutrients to the soil C 200

  27. Kudzu is a fast-growing Asian vine that was introduced into the United States. Kudzu quickly uses available resources and can completely cover the plants in an area. What effect does the rapid growth of kudzu most likely have on an ecosystem? C 300

  28. The variety of native plants decreases. C 300


  30. In fall and winter many trees lose their leaves in response to cooler temperatures and ______________. C 400

  31. fewer hours of daylight C 400

  32. Name 3 ways humans have a negative impact on ecosystems. Name a way humans have a positive impact on ecosystems. C 500

  33. Possible Answers: Negative: building shopping malls, cutting down forests to use the wood to build things, overhunting, pollution, etc. Positive: protecting areas where sea turtles lay their eggs, making laws to protect habitats and/or animals, etc. C 500

  34. Which two traits best help a cactus conserve water in the dry conditions of a West Texas desert ecosystem? F. Large flowers and sweet fruit G. Sweet fruit and sharp spines H. Sharp spines and waxy stems J. Waxy stems and large flowers D 100

  35. H. Sharp spines and waxy stems D 100

  36. Eagles catch fish in rivers with their talons. They fly with the fish to a tree branch and tear the fish into small pieces. Which bird most likely catches and eats its food the way an eagle does? D 200

  37. Bird G D 200

  38. Most kangaroos have large, heavy tails, while spider monkeys have long, thin tails. Kangaroo tails are useful when the kangaroos are hopping and also when they are crawling around on the ground to feed. Spider monkey tails are useful when the spider monkeys are moving through trees. Both of these animals use their tails primarily for — F. grabbing and holding their food G. supporting and balancing their body H. attracting the attention of other animals J. carrying their young D 300

  39. G. supporting and balancing their body D 300

  40. D 400

  41. A. To attract bees for pollination D 400

  42. D 500

  43. B. birds D 500

  44. What are the stages of complete metamorphosis? E 100

  45. EGG --> LARVA --> PUPA --> ADULT E 100

  46. They usually have a worm-like shape. Another name for caterpillars, maggots, and grubs. E 200

  47. Larva E 200

  48. Looks like small adults, but usually don't have wings E 300

  49. Nymph E 300

  50. Name two ways that complete and incomplete metamorphosis are alike. E 400