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5 Matching questions

  1. Ecology
  2. Abiotic factor
  3. Population
  4. Estuaries
  5. Limiting Factor
  1. a The study of organisms and how they interact in an ecosystem.
  2. b About three fourths of all fish caught in the U.S. each year spent part of their lives in ____________.
  3. c Any non-living part of the ecosystem, such as water, minerals, sunlight, air, or soil,is an _______________.
  4. d An environmental factor that limits how large a population can grow.
  5. e In an ecosystem, all the organisms of one species make up a ____________.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Earth's biomes include, taigas, _________, deserts, grasslands, rain forests, and deciduous forests.
  2. ______________ is the average weather pattern of a region over time.
  3. When one organism benefits but does not harm the other, the relationship is called ______________ (one is happy, and the other doesn't care).
  4. ______________ consists of the living and non-living things in an area that interact with one another
  5. All the populations living in an area make up a ___________.

5 True/False questions

  1. Wetlands__________ are areas in which water is near the surface of the soil most of the time.

          

  2. Ecosystems______________ consists of the living and non-living things in an area that interact with one another

          

  3. CompetitionAn attempt by organisms to obtain a resource that is available in limited supply.

          

  4. DeciduousThe study of organisms and how they interact in an ecosystem.

          

  5. BioA ___________ is a region that has a particular climate and contains certain types of plants and animals.

          

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