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1
Ecology Unit Test Review
2
Are plants producers or consumers?
3
Producers
4
Organisms that eat only plants are called?
5
Herbivores
6
Is soil type abiotic or biotic?
7
Abiotic
8
Organisms that live in the same area live in the
same ___________
9
Habitat
10
Organisms that share the same job share the same
________
11
Niche
12
Which has the highest population density?1
chicken 2 goats 6 cows 12 pigs (all living on
the same farm)
13
12 pigs
14
Animals that travel in herds are what type of
dispersion pattern?
15
Clumped
16
If an organism emigrates from an area this
means.
17
They exit/leave that area
18
What is the reproductive strategy of a rat?
19
R-strategy
20
What characteristics are typical of k-strategy
reproduction?
21
Produces few offspring, pregnant for a long
time, lengthy prenatal care
22
What will happen if a population exceeds
carrying capacity?
23
The death rate will increase
24
Name a density- dependent limiting factor.
25
PredationParasitismCompetitionDisease
26
Name a density- independent limiting factor.
27
WeatherNatural DisastersHuman Activities
28
Type of symbiotic relationship where both
organisms benefit?
29
Mutualism
30
Type of symbiotic relationship where one
organism benefits the other is neither helped
nor harmed.
31
Commensalism
32
Type of symbiotic relationship where one
benefits and the other is hurt.
33
Parasitism
34
As we move up the tropic levels how much energy
is lost as heat at each level?
35
90
36
What is the ultimate source of energy for the
food pyramid?
37
Sunlight
38
What eats the Producer in a food chain?
39
Primary Consumer
40
Organisms with overlapping niches probably have
which type of relationship?
41
Competitive
42
Describe Nitrogen Fixation.
43
Bacteria take nitrogen from the air and fix it
so it can be used by plants.
44
True of FalseNutrients are recylced
45
True.(Energy is not)
46
Which of the following is a renewable
resource?A. WoodB. Natural GasC. Uranium
47
A. Wood
48
After a forest fire what type of succession is
most likely to occur?
49
Secondary Succession
50
What is the biggest difference between primary
and secondary succession?
51
Presence of Soil
52
What is an endangered species?
53
A group of organisms in danger of extinction.
54
What can gasses trapped in the atmosphere do to
the temperature of the earth?
55
Warm it.
56
Why is the ozone beneficial to Earth?
57
It acts as a protective shield.
58
The relatively stable mature stage of plants and
animals that results from succession is called?
59
A climax community
60
When certain pollutants in the air combine with
water what type of rain is formed?
61
Acid Rain
62
How have humans impacted the carbon cycle?
63
Increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the
atmosphere
64
What is the best process to clean up oil spills?
65
bioremediation
66
An organism that moves to an area by accident or
on purpose, but is not native to that area is an
example of?
67
An introduced species.
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Title: Ecology Unit Test Review


1
Ecology Unit Test Review
2
Are plants producers or consumers?
3
Producers
4
Organisms that eat only plants are called?
5
Herbivores
6
Is soil type abiotic or biotic?
7
Abiotic
8
Organisms that live in the same area live in the
same ___________
9
Habitat
10
Organisms that share the same job share the same
________
11
Niche
12
Which has the highest population density?1
chicken 2 goats 6 cows 12 pigs (all living on
the same farm)
13
12 pigs
14
Animals that travel in herds are what type of
dispersion pattern?
15
Clumped
16
If an organism emigrates from an area this
means.
17
They exit/leave that area
18
What is the reproductive strategy of a rat?
19
R-strategy
20
What characteristics are typical of k-strategy
reproduction?
21
Produces few offspring, pregnant for a long
time, lengthy prenatal care
22
What will happen if a population exceeds
carrying capacity?
23
The death rate will increase
24
Name a density- dependent limiting factor.
25
PredationParasitismCompetitionDisease
26
Name a density- independent limiting factor.
27
WeatherNatural DisastersHuman Activities
28
Type of symbiotic relationship where both
organisms benefit?
29
Mutualism
30
Type of symbiotic relationship where one
organism benefits the other is neither helped
nor harmed.
31
Commensalism
32
Type of symbiotic relationship where one
benefits and the other is hurt.
33
Parasitism
34
As we move up the tropic levels how much energy
is lost as heat at each level?
35
90
36
What is the ultimate source of energy for the
food pyramid?
37
Sunlight
38
What eats the Producer in a food chain?
39
Primary Consumer
40
Organisms with overlapping niches probably have
which type of relationship?
41
Competitive
42
Describe Nitrogen Fixation.
43
Bacteria take nitrogen from the air and fix it
so it can be used by plants.
44
True of FalseNutrients are recylced
45
True.(Energy is not)
46
Which of the following is a renewable
resource?A. WoodB. Natural GasC. Uranium
47
A. Wood
48
After a forest fire what type of succession is
most likely to occur?
49
Secondary Succession
50
What is the biggest difference between primary
and secondary succession?
51
Presence of Soil
52
What is an endangered species?
53
A group of organisms in danger of extinction.
54
What can gasses trapped in the atmosphere do to
the temperature of the earth?
55
Warm it.
56
Why is the ozone beneficial to Earth?
57
It acts as a protective shield.
58
The relatively stable mature stage of plants and
animals that results from succession is called?
59
A climax community
60
When certain pollutants in the air combine with
water what type of rain is formed?
61
Acid Rain
62
How have humans impacted the carbon cycle?
63
Increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the
atmosphere
64
What is the best process to clean up oil spills?
65
bioremediation
66
An organism that moves to an area by accident or
on purpose, but is not native to that area is an
example of?
67
An introduced species.
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