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Bell Ringer Question. Think of an example in the Bible where God shows power over the water cycle. After one minute, you will have a chance to share with a partner and then with the class. . Topics 4-5 Review. Science 7 Interactions and Ecosystems.

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bell ringer question
Bell Ringer Question

Think of an example in the Bible where God shows power over the water cycle.

After one minute, you will have a chance to share with a partner and then with the class.

topics 4 5 review

Topics 4-5 Review

Science 7 Interactions and Ecosystems

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Use the Key Terms on pg. 55 to help you. The first 12 questions are from pg. 55 in your textbook.
  • In the upper corner of your whiteboard, record the points you have so far.
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In a ecosystem, ___________________ make their own food using the Sun’s energy, and all other organisms are ___________________ because they cannot make their own food, they must acquire it.

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In a ecosystem, producers make their own food using the Sun’s energy, and all other organisms are consumers because they cannot make their own food, they must acquire it.

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2. _____________________ are organisms that kill and eat other organisms called ____________________.

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3. Organisms that eat only producers are called _______________ and organisms that can eat anything are called ________________________.

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3. Organisms that eat only producers are called herbivores and organisms that can eat anything are called omnivores.

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4. Energy moves through the ecosystem, starting at the Sun and passing from organism to organism. This is called ________________.

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4. Energy moves through the ecosystem, starting at the Sun and passing from organism to organism. This is called energy flow.

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5. The two types of organisms that break down dead and waste material are called _______________ and ____________________.

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5. The two types of organisms that break down dead and waste material are called decomposers and scavengers.

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7. To show how much energy is moving through a system, scientists use a pyramid of numbers.

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8. The two main naturally occurring cycles in the environment are the ____________________ and the _____________________.

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8. The two main naturally occurring cycles in the environment are the water cycle and the carbon cycle.

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9. Pollutants enter a food chain and move from one organism to the next. The build-up of pollutants because of this movement is called ___________________.

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9. Pollutants enter a food chain and move from one organism to the next. The build-up of pollutants because of this movement is called bioaccumulation.

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10. Draw the following three organisms in a food chain: hawk, corn, field mouse

Corn  field mouse  hawk

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11. Label the niche of each organism in the food chain

Corn -producer field mouse – consumer/ herbivore  hawk – consumer/ carnivore

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13. Name the process described below:

Water coming up from the roots of a plant and leaving the leaf as water vapour.

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13. Name the process described below:

Water coming up from the roots of a plant and leaving the leaf as water vapour.

Transpiration

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