5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a One species benefits and the other is harmed. Form of exploitation, but the host is not killed
- b Forcing the free running period to follow an external pattern.
- c Exposure of seeds to a period of cold to break the seeds' dormancy.
- d Transport tissue for water
- e Chemical inhibition of one species by another. Almost the same as antibiosis, but emphasises the chemical connection.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Rhythm of 1 month
- Where an unpalatable model is mimicked by a palatable organism.
- Plant tissue found between the secondary xylem and phloem
- An area used by an animal for feeding or breeding, that the animal will defend
5 True/False Questions
tropism → Movement of an animal or part of its body towards or away from a directional stimulus
Nastic movement → A rapid, reversible movement in plants. It is non directional of the stimulus. Not a growth response, but rather a movement caused by turgor pressure.
Period → Temperature
storage Plant tissue → Parenchyma
aggression → threatening behaviour usually associated with competition. It can involve predation however. A more specific term agonistic behaviour refers to conflicts within species but excludes predation.