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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Choose a category. You will be given the
answer. You must give the correct question.
Click to begin.
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Ecosystem
This is made up of all the living and nonliving
things in an environment.
  • Row 1, Col 1

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Carnivore
This is an animal that eats other animals.
  • 1,2

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Abiotic Factors
This are the nonliving things in the environment.
  • 1,3

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Population
All the deer in a forest make up a .
  • 1,4

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Limiting Factor
This restricts the growth of animals or plants.
  • 2,1

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Carrying Capacity
This is the measure of the size of a population
that an area can support.
  • 2,2

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Niche
The job an organism has in a community is called
its .
  • 2,3

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Symbiosis
This is the relationship between two or more
different organisms.
  • 2,4

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Adaptation
This is a characteristic that helps an organism
survive in its environment.
  • 3,1

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Protective coloration
Some animals use to hide.
  • 3,2

13
Camouflage
This is any coloring, shape, or pattern that
allows an organism to blend in with its
environment.
  • 3,3

14
Walking stick insect
Name one animal that uses protective
resemblance.
  • 3,4

15
Biotic Factors
These are examples of factors frog, flower,
and bird
  • 4,1

16
Mutualism
A bird gets nectar from a flower and helps to
carry pollen for the flower. This relationship is
called .
  • 4,2

17
Mimicry
The harmless king snakes coloring is so similar
to the poisonous coral snake that it frightens
off predators. This is an example of .
  • 4,3

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Fur color, long limbs, thick cuticles, webbed feet
Name two animals or plants ways they use
structural adaptation.
  • 4,4

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Food Chain
Energy flows in one direction in a(n) .
  • 5,1

20
They need their host for food and a home
Why do parasites often harm, but not kill, their
hosts?
  • 5,2

21
Wolf packs, migration, hibernation
Name two animals or plants ways they use
behavioral adaptation.
  • 5,3

22
Abiotic factors and interactions between organisms
What controls the size of populations in a
community.
  • 5,4
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