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5 Matching questions

  1. 23. What is a pioneer species and how are they important to the steps of succession?
  2. 24. Identify the major steps of succession.
  3. 8. What does population density measure?
  4. 25. What events could lead to secondary succession?
  5. 5. How is the ecosystem level different from the other levels?
  1. a The ecosystem is formed by the community and all the abiotic factors together
  2. b How many people live in one area
  3. c Forest fires
    Tsunamis
    Floods
    Hurricanes
    Mining
  4. d 1. Abandoned field
    2. Tree growth begins
    3. Forest
    4. Climax community
  5. e The first species to populate an area

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The way that animals inter act with each other and live together and at least one benefits
  2. Running fast, claws, being nocturnal, stealth
  3. The series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time
  4. Hiding in its shell, claws, being nocturnal, cunning
  5. Biotic- plants, animals, paper
    Abiotic- sun, water, soil

5 True/False questions

  1. 6. What is ecology?The way that animals inter act with each other and live together and at least one benefits

          

  2. 10. What is an adaptation?The series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time

          

  3. 12. What is an organism's niche?An organism role or job, determined by what an organism eats, how it eats, who it eats, how it reproduces, and physical conditions it requires to survive.

          

  4. 2. What is the difference between biotic and abiotic factors in an ecosystem?Biotic- the parts of a habitat that are living, or were once living and interact with an organism
    Abiotic- the nonliving parts of an organism's habitat

          

  5. 13. Why can two species not occupy the same niche?An organism role or job, determined by what an organism eats, how it eats, who it eats, how it reproduces, and physical conditions it requires to survive.