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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. ECOLOGY VERSION. 1,000,000 500,000 250,000 125,000 64,000 32,000 16,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 1,000 500 300 200 100. Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.

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  • 1,000,000

  • 500,000

  • 250,000

  • 125,000

  • 64,000

  • 32,000

  • 16,000

  • 8,000

  • 4,000

  • 2,000

  • 1,000

  • 500

  • 300

  • 200

  • 100


Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.


Click to return to the question and poll the class cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.


Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend


What is another name given to producers? return to question and ask a friend

  • A. Autotrophs

  • B. Herbivores

  • C. Consumers

  • D. Carnivores


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What is the term for organisms interaction with each other and their environment?

  • A. Population

  • B. Organisms

  • C. Ecosystem

  • D. Community


C. Ecosystem and their environment?

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What two factors are considered biotic? and their environment?

  • A. Water and sunlight

  • B. Bacteria and fungi

  • C. Temperature and soil

  • D. wood and dirt


B. and their environment?Bacteria and fungi

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Which of the following lists are examples of ABIOTIC factors?

  • A. Sun, Soil, Water

  • B. Sun, Soil, Fungus

  • C. A deer, Tree, Rocks

  • D. Fungus, Rocks, Soil


A. Sun, Soil, Water factors?

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What would happen if producers were removed from their ecosystem?

  • A. They would have

  • no great effect.

  • B. It would have a great impact,

  • but the other species would adapt.

  • C. Other populations

  • would increase

  • D.It would have a great impact

  • and the rest of the species would suffer.



What is the difference between a food chain and food web? suffer

  • A. There is no difference.

  • B. Food chain is a complex feeding net-

  • work. Food web consists of single chain.

  • C. Food chain consists of a single chain.

  • Food web is a complex feeding network.

  • D. One shows trophic levels

  • and the other does not.


  • C. sufferFood chain consists of a single chain.

  • Food web is a complex feeding network.

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Why are decomposers important for an ecosystem? suffer

  • A. They can be omnivores.

  • B. They return nutrients

  • to the environment.

  • C. They capture energy

  • from the sun.

  • D. They are producers


  • B. sufferThey return nutrients

  • to the environment.

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The water and carbon cycle are similar in that suffer

  • A. They directly depend

  • on photosynthesis

  • B. They use fossil fuels

  • C. They both recycle

  • matter

  • D. They both take place

  • mostly under ground


  • C. sufferThey both recycle matter

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What process allows carbon dioxide to enter the living parts of the ecosystem?

  • A. Condensation

  • B. Precipitation

  • C. Burning fossil fuels

  • D. Photosynthesis


  • D. of the ecosystem? Photosynthesis

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What happens when a population of the ecosystem?

reaches carrying capacity?

  • A. Population is unaffected

  • B. Population begins to stabilize

  • C. Population increases

  • D. Population has unlimited

  • resources


  • B. of the ecosystem? population begins to stabilize

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Each level in the food chain contains less energy than one before because some energy

  • A. is lost as heat

  • B. is consumed

  • by carnivores

  • C. is added to

  • the system

  • D. incorporated

  • into biomass


A. before because some energyis lost as heat

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What is the process used by autotrophs to make their own sources of energy?

  • A. cellular respiration

  • B. Photosynthesis

  • C. Chemosynthesis

  • D. Chloroplast


  • B. sources of energy?Photosynthesis

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What are the sources of energy?trophic levels shown in energy, biomass, and number pyramids?

  • A. Biome, ecosystem,

  • community, population

  • B. photosynthesis

  • and chemosynthesis

  • C. primary, secondary,

  • tertiary consumers

  • D. bacteria,

  • fungus, consumers


  • C. sources of energy?Primary, secondary, tertiary consumers

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Which illustration shows the total sources of energy?calories

Available in the ecosystem?

  • A. Pyramid of

  • numbers

  • B. Biomass pyramid

  • C. Food web

  • D. Energy pyramid


D. Energy pyramid sources of energy?

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What is the study of organisms and their interactions with the environment?

  • A. Ecology

  • B. Biology

  • C. Ecosystems

  • D. Psychology


A. Ecology the environment?


Sorry, try again! the environment?


Thanks for playing! the environment?


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