5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- trophic level
- primary consumers
- a feeding levels on food chain
- b (nitrogen cycle step 2) bacteria in soil convert ammonium (NH4+) to nitrate or NO3.
- c 1 species feeds off another
- d organisms that consume producers (plants and algae)
- e relationship where 1 is helped, and 1 is harmed
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- ecological succession begins in a near lifeless area
- relationship where both species benefit
- where 2 ecosystems meet
- organisms in first stage of succession
- when a species settles for a smaller niche after battling against another species
5 True/False Questions
symbiotic relationships → accumulation of a substance in various tissues of a living organism
biomagnification → process where concentration of toxic substances increase in each successive length in food chain.
ammonification → process where concentration of toxic substances increase in each successive length in food chain.
respiration → releasing water vapor through stomata of plants or pores
secondary consumers → organisms that consume secondary consumers or other tertiary consumers