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  1. Ecology Chapters Biology Olympiad Bingo (a.k.a BOB)‏

  2. A type of interspecific interaction that benefits one species out of the two

  3. Shallow, well-lit waters close to shore in a lake

  4. Affected by when reproduction begins, how often the organism reproduces, and how many offspring are reproduced each time

  5. A demographic transition does not affect the fact that a population is at

  6. The ________period is a limited phase in an individual animal’s development when learning of particular behaviors can take place.

  7. When insects lay eggs in the body of a living host, and the larvae kill the host. –

  8. A type of coloration that occurs mostly in species that are poisonous

  9. Uniform dispersion usually results from?

  10. Mosquitoes, aphids, and ticks are this type of parasite.

  11. This group of organisms lives in the same area

  12. This is a type of mimicry that harmless animals display in order to appear dangerous or poisonous.

  13. An example of this kind of dispersion is wolves living in packs

  14. A lake that is deep, low in nutrients, oxygen-rich, and clear

  15. Windblown seeds may result in this kind of dispersion

  16. When specialized predators live on or in a host, seldom killing the host

  17. The process in which bacteria in root nodules convert nitrogen gas to ammonia-

  18. This means birthrate

  19. In an experiment, the number of eggs in a bird’s clutch is increased by manually adding eggs. When this happens, next year’s clutch size ________

  20. Show the number of living individuals at each age

  21. Members of these are followed throughout life to construct life tables

  22. ________ happens to goslings when they first come out of their egg. The first thing they see is what they bond with, whether or not it is their mother.

  23. The human population currently shows this type of population growth

  24. Primary succession differs from secondary succession because there is no ____ in the beginning

  25. Well-lit waters far from shore in a lake-

  26. Humans generally represent this kind of survivorship curve

  27. ATP, bones and teeth, phospholipids, and nucleic acids have this in common-

  28. Two species with similar needs for the same limiting resources cannot coexist in the same place-

  29. This describes a mode of reproduction in which an organism produces a lot of offspring, then dies

  30. In this survivorship curve, many organisms are born, but many die quickly

  31. In stable areas where offspring usually survive, this kind of reproduction is favored

  32. Relationships that involve a single male and many females-

  33. Learning to associate an arbitrary stimulus with a reward or punishment-

  34. This type of population growth accounts for limiting factors

  35. Zero population growth (ZPG) occurs when birth rate equals

  36. Learning to associate one of its own behaviors with a reward or stimulus-

  37. The maximum number of individuals an environment can support is called its

  38. Ecological _________ is a transition in species composition over time. This is most noticeable when a flood or fire occurs –

  39. Change in activity rate in response to a stimulus-

  40. Populations at or near carrying capacity exhibit this kind of selection

  41. An area covered with water that supports aquatic plants

  42. An exponential curve is indicative of this kind of selection

  43. A lake that is shallow, high in nutrients, oxygen-poor, and murky-

  44. Chemical signals that animals emit to communicate-

  45. In this kind of population, birth and death rates are relatively constant with respect to the number of individuals

  46. The process of substantial but reversible changes that shift and organism’s tolerance curve in the direction of the environmental change-

  47. In density-dependent populations, as the population density rises, the death rate

  48. Time and resources an individual must expend to produce offspring-

  49. Bacteria living on an agar plate are representative of this kind of population regulation

  50. In an experiment, the birthrate of female seed beetles is manipulated by denying them access to males. When this happens, the birthrate decreases and the longevity of the female beetles _________