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5 Matching questions

  1. biome
  2. commensalism
  3. biotic factors in a habitat for salmon
  4. models
  5. habitat
  1. a a large group of ecosystems that share the same climate and have similar types of communities
  2. b a relationship in which one organism benefits and the other organism is neither helped nor harmed
  3. c an area where an organism lives; might be a single tree or or a grove of trees
  4. d biotic factors include all organisms that live in the water, such as other fish, algae, frogs, and microscpic organisms
  5. e allows ecologists to control the number of variables present and to slowly introduce new variable in order to fully understand the effect of each variable

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. can be external like ticks/fleas or internal like bacteria or roundworms
  2. lowest level of an organization; example a single fish
  3. organism that pursues another organism
  4. the role or position that an organism has in its environment; how it meets its needs for food, shelter and reproduction
  5. the highest level of organization which is the layer of Earth that supports life

5 True/False questions

  1. ecologythe scientific discipline in which the relationships among living organisms and the interaction the organisms ahve with their environment are studied.

          

  2. beneficial insectsscientists who study ecology

          

  3. mutualism relationshipalgae and fungi where algae provides food for fungi and fungi provide a habitat for the algae

          

  4. chlorophyllgreeen pigment found in green plants and algea

          

  5. kinds of symbiosismutualism, commensalism, and parasitism