Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. An organism that creates its own food is called: A consumer A decomposer A scavenger A producer2. Choose the phrase that correctly finishes this statement: "A species is..." A way of describing all the living parts of an ecosystem. Part of the natural decomposing materials in soil A specific part of the abiotic environment. A group of organisms that can successfully mate with each other and reproduce.3. Space where an organism lives and the role an organism plays within its ecosystem is referred to as a: Population Community Sampling Niche4. Struggle between organism for the same resources. This keeps the size of a species population in check. Biodiversity Predators Limiting factors Competition5. Which of the following is NOT an example of an ecosystem in Michigan? Forest Desert Lake Wetland6. A species of plant or animal that is facing imminent extinction or extirpation is said to be Extirpated Extinct Threatened Endangered7. An organism that survives by eating animals. Prey Autotroph Carnivore Producer8. A group of organisms of the same species living in a particular area at a particular time Organism Population Community Ecosystem9. The following examples are all parts of a forest ecosystem. The biotic factor among these examples would be…. Water wetting sand Bacteria on a decaying log Sunlight drying wet tree leaves. Air carrying a skunk’s odor10. Consider this food chain: algae --> water fleas --> minnows --> trout --> bear The minnows in this food chain are: Tertiary carnivores. Top carnivores. Secondary carnivores. Primary carnivores.11. A subdivision of the environment that includes all living and nonliving portions of the planet. Biosphere Population Ecological Niche Habitat12. A relationship between two species in which both species benefit Mutualism Coevolution Symbiosis Commensalism13. An organism that consumes dead organisms and organic waste, example – bacteria, fungus Decomposer Herbivore Parasite Producer14. All the living things in an environment such as bacteria, plants, and animals. Autotrophs Biotic Limiting factors Food Chain15. For the food web below:What does the praying mantis represent? A producer. A primary consumer. A secondary consumer. A tertiary consumer.16. Albedo is a measure of the percentage of light that is: Reflected by an object. Absorbed by an object. Converted into sugar by photosynthesis. Transmitted through the atmosphere.17. A relationship between two organisms in which one organism benefits and the other is unaffected Mutualsim Parasilism Symbiosis Commensalism18. A food web is more realistic than a food chain for showing the feeding relationships in ecosystems because: A food web explains why there are more producers than consumers. Food chains use only a small sampling of organisms. It compares the number of consumers to the number of micro-organisms in an ecosystem. Producers are usually eaten by many different consumers and most consumers are eaten by more than one predator.19. When populations share their environment and interact with populations of other species, it is called a: Community Species Biome Ecoprovince20. An organism that is killed and eaten by another organism Host Prey Food web Parasitic21. Nonliving parts of the environment such as soil, water, sunlight. Decomposers Abiotic Scavenger Biotic22. An organism that uses light energy to make its own food. Consumer Host Autotroph Parasite23. Study of how living things interact with one another and the environment. Ecology Ecosystem Food Web Ecological Succession24. The part of Earth where life exists Ecosystem Ecologist Community Bioshpere25. For the following food chain: seeds à sparrow à owl if there are 100 000 kJ of energy available in the seeds, how many kilojoules are passed on to the owl? 1000 kJ 10 kJ None 100 kJ26 out of 25Time is Up!