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5 Written questions

4 Matching questions

  1. Desert
  2. Biotic potential
  3. Tundra
  4. Tropical Rain Forest
  1. a max rate of population increase, no limiting factors
  2. b Biome Climate - Dry, extreme temperatures
  3. c Biome Plant/animal Life - Mosses, lichens, sedges and short grasses; dwarf trees/ Migratory water fowl, shore birds, ox, foxes, caribou, lemmings, salmon, mosquitoes, flies
  4. d Biome Plant/animal Life - Broad leafed evergreen trees, ferns, woody vines, climbing plants, orchids, bromeliads/ jaquar, sloths, toucan, insects, fish, reptiles, poison dart frog

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Biome Plant/animal Life - Tall grasses, drought tolerant trees or shrubs/ lions, cheetahs, zebras, prairie dogs, buffalo, birds and insects
  2. Biome Plant/animal Life - Deciduous trees, some conifers, flowering shrubs, mosses and ferns/ Deer, bear, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, turkeys
  3. Biome Main Characteristics - Largest biome (75%); pollution, over fishing
  4. Biome Climate - Varies by depth and location
  5. all life existing within several meters of earth's surface

5 True/False questions

  1. Density Dependenteffects population in different ways depending on size. Ex: predation, competition, migration, disease

          

  2. J curve- populationpopulation growing exponentially, no limiting factors, reaching biotic potential Ex: human population

          

  3. Nicheorganisms role in a particular habitat, prevents competition

          

  4. Abioticliving interactions between organisms of an ecosystem Ex- competition, predation, symbiosis

          

  5. Intraspecific competitionbetween same species