Ecology Topic Quiz

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A structural adaptation is that enables the organism to better survive its environment

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    a physical feature of an organism
    a physical feature of an organism
    an action carried out by an organism
    an action carried out by an organism
    a process occurring within an organism
    a process occurring within an organism

Question 2 of 26

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A behavioural adaptation is that enables the organism to better survive its environment

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    an action carried out by an organism
    an action carried out by an organism
    a physical feature of an organism
    a physical feature of an organism
    a process occurring within an organism
    a process occurring within an organism

Question 3 of 26

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A physiological adaptation is that enables the organism to better survive its environment

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    a process occurring within an organism
    a process occurring within an organism
    a physical feature of an organism
    a physical feature of an organism
    an action carried out by an organism
    an action carried out by an organism

Question 4 of 26

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When penguins huddle together for warmth, this is a behavioural adaptation.

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  • True
  • False

Question 5 of 26

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Seed pods opening from the heat of bushfire is a behavioural adaptation

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  • True
  • False

Question 6 of 26

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Penguins having different, individual calls is a structural adaptation

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  • True
  • False

Question 7 of 26

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Check the following behavioural adaptations:

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  • Penguins huddling together for warmth

  • Seed pods opening under heat from a bushfire

  • Long, deep reaching roots to evade drought

  • when reptiles bask in the sun

  • sweating when its hot

Question 8 of 26

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An adaptation enables an organism to

Question 9 of 26

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What is mutualism?

Select one of the following:

  • an interaction where one species benefits while the other is unaffected.

  • an interaction where both organisms benefit

  • an interaction where one organism at the expense of another

Question 10 of 26

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In parasitism, the suffers while the benefits.

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    host
    host
    parasite
    parasite

Question 11 of 26

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Commensalism is an interaction where one organism benefits while the other is ( unaffected, harmed )

Question 12 of 26

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use the sun or stored energy to make their own food, while depend on other organisms for food and energy.

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    Autotrophs
    Autotrophs
    heterotrophs
    heterotrophs

Question 13 of 26

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heterotrophs are consumers

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  • True
  • False

Question 14 of 26

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Check the examples of abiotic features

Select one or more of the following:

  • plant life

  • temperature

  • humidity

  • animal species

  • quality of soil

Question 15 of 26

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check the examples of biotic features:

Select one or more of the following:

  • amount of sun

  • plant life

  • average wind speeds

  • humidity

  • animal species

Question 16 of 26

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Biotic is the living features of an environment

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  • True
  • False

Question 17 of 26

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Abiotic is the living features of an environment

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  • True
  • False

Question 18 of 26

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Examples of biological control are:

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  • Introduction of a predator species to reduce numbers of a pest

  • culling of populations of pests

  • breeding programs that aim to increase the numbers of a species

Question 19 of 26

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( Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores ) eat only plants
( Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores ) eat mostly meat
( Omnivores, Herbivores, Carnivores ) eat both plants and meat

Question 20 of 26

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A ( predator, prey, scavengers ) kills other animals for food. The hunted animals are called ( predator, prey, scavengers ). ( predator, prey, scavengers ) will eat the remains of other animals, or attack sick or dying animals.

Question 21 of 26

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( Decomposers, Autotrophs, Producers ) break down/absorb waste and dead organisms

Question 22 of 26

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A producer is...

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  • an organism that kills other organisms for food

  • an organism that creates its own food

  • an animal who eats both plants and meat

  • a group of bacteria that aid the growth of plants and trees

Question 23 of 26

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A consumer gets energy from eating other organisms

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  • True
  • False

Question 24 of 26

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The trophic levels, in order, are:
1.
2.
3.
4.

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    Tertiary Consumers
    Tertiary Consumers
    Secondary Consumers
    Secondary Consumers
    Primary Consumers
    Primary Consumers
    Producers
    Producers

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The arrows in food chains and webs show...

Select one or more of the following:

  • energy flow up the food chain

  • that organism 2 is eaten by organism 1

  • that organism 1 is eaten by organism 2

Question 26 of 26

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Biomass shows the combined mass of living organisms in a certain area

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False
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Ecology Topic Quiz

Zoe Davis
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This quiz is on ecology, and contains content on adaptations, food pyramids and webs, interactions/symbiosis and habitats & environments

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