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Who wants to be a Millionaire ? Ecology . Hosted by Tibbets & Hansler. Confident?. The Prizes. 8 - $16,000 9 - $32,000 10 - $64,000 11 - $125,000 12 - $250,000 13 - $500,000 14 - $1,000,000. 1 - $100 2 - $200 3 - $500 4 - $1,000 5 - $2,000 6 - $4,000 7 - $8,000.

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who wants to be a millionaire ecology

Who wants to be a Millionaire?Ecology

Hosted by Tibbets & Hansler

the prizes
The Prizes
  • 8 - $16,000
  • 9 - $32,000
  • 10 - $64,000
  • 11 - $125,000
  • 12 - $250,000
  • 13 - $500,000
  • 14 - $1,000,000

1 - $100

2 - $200

3 - $500

4 - $1,000

5 - $2,000

6 - $4,000

7 - $8,000

lifelines
Lifelines
  • “Phone a friend”
  • Ask the audience
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$100

The number of individuals that an environment/habitat can sustain.

  • A– Feeding Limit

B– Exponential Growth

  • C– Carrying Capacity
  • C – Carrying Capacity
  • D– Growth Limit
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$200

The process where bacteria convert nitrogen in the air into usable ammonia

  • A– Decomposition

B– Carbon Cycle

  • C– Respiration
  • D– Nitrogen Fixation
  • D – Nitrogen Fixation
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$500

All of the populations within an area make up a

  • A– Population

B– Community

  • B – Community
  • C– Ecosystem
  • D– Biome
1 000
$1,000

Organisms that break down organic matter and return it to the environment are called.

  • A– Decomposer
  • A – Decomposer

B– Nitrogen Fixation

  • C– Scavenger
  • D– Parisitism
2 000
$2,000

Plant eating Organisms are called?

  • A– Omnivore

B– Autotroph

  • C– Herbivore
  • C – Herbivore
  • D– Commensalism
4 000
$4,000

Cycling Water through the environment, the process by which the water enters the atmosphere is Evaporation and ________________.

  • A– Respiration

B– Transpiration

  • B – Transpiration
  • C– Sublimation
  • D– Melting
8 000
$8,000

Rain, Hurricanes, and Fire are all Biotic Factors.

A– True

  • B– False
  • B– False
16 000
$16,000

The three classes of Symbiotic Relationship are. (3)

  • A– Commensalism
  • A– Commensalism
  • B– Mutualism

B– Mutualism

  • C– Predation
  • D– Parasitism
  • D– Parasitism
32 000
$32,000

Plants such as Algae at the beginning of the food chain are considered.

  • A– Heterotrophs

B– Producers

B – Producers

  • C– Consumers
  • D– Chemoautotrophs
64 000
$64,000

The study of interactions between organisms and their environment.

  • A– Economy

B– Observational Phorensics

  • C– Population Dynamics
  • D– Ecology

D – Ecology

125 000
$125,000

All the members of a particular species that live in the same area are called a.

  • A– Population
  • A – Population

B– Community

  • C– Biome
  • D– Compound
250 000
$250,000

If a grass eating grasshopper is eaten by a frog. The grasshopper is considered the.

  • A– Producer

B– Second Level Consumer

  • C– Primary Consumer
  • C – Primary Consumer
  • D– Secondary Consumer
500 000
$500,000

What kind of organism eats both producers and consumers.

  • A– Autotroph

B– Omnivore

  • B – Omnivore
  • C– Meatatarian
  • D– Herbivore
1 000 000
$1,000,000

A Symbiotic relationship where both organisms benefit is called.

  • A– Commensalism

B– Mutualism

B – Mutualism

  • C– Parisitism
  • D– Teamwork
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Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

Winner!

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