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Ecology Review. Ecology Jeopardy. Which of the following is abiotic and why? fish, turtle, soil, or flower. 100. Answer. Soil – because it is not living. Back to Jeopardy. What are all the different populations that live in the same habitat and interact with each other called?. 200.

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Which of the following is abiotic and why?

fish, turtle, soil, or flower

100

Answer

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What are all the different populations that live in the same habitat and interact with each other called?

200

Answer

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Communities

Back to Jeopardy

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Population

Back to Jeopardy

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Ecosystem

Back to Jeopardy

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What is the study of the interaction of living things with one another and their environment?

500

Answer

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Ecology

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Producers

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Carnivore

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Herbivore

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Omnivore

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What type of organism breaks down (eats) dead things and recycles them back into the Earth?

500

Answer

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Decomposer

Back to Jeopardy

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Food Chain

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What do you call the diagram that shows all the feeding relationships between living things in an ecosystem?

200

Answer

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Food Web

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Energy Pyramid

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Producers

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Tertiary Consumer

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Two members of the same species fight over food. Members of different species try to take over nesting areas. These are both examples of _________.

100

Answer

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Competition

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What is the term used to describe a sparrow that has been caught and eaten by an eagle?

200

Answer

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Prey

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Predator

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Transpiration

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Parasitism

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What do you call the part of Earth where life exists including deep in the ocean and high in the sky?

100

Answer

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Biosphere

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The amount of food, water, space, shelter, etc. that are needed for life are what types of factors in an ecosystem___________.

200

Answer

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Abiotic

Back to Jeopardy

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In the carbon cycle, plants used energy from the sun to convert ____ into organic material

300

Answer

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Carbon Dioxide

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The type of pyramid that measures the dry mass of organisms at each trophic level is called a ________

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Answer

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Biomass pyramid

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If a producer contains 10,000 calories, how many calorie of that energy would be expected to be found in a primary consumer?

500

Answer

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1,000 calories

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