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Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Biomes
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What is an organism?
What is smallest level of Organization?
100
What is a limiting factor?
What are abiotic or biotic factors that restricts the numbers, reproduction, or distribution of organisms called?
100
What is uniform?
What is the dispersion of black bears called?
100
What is biodiversity?
What is the variety of life in an area determined by the number of different species in that area?
100
What is the Tundra?
What is the biome with an a temperature at -70 to -12 degrees celsius?
200
What is a nonliving factor?
What is an abiotic factor?
200
What is primary succession?
Which ecological succession begins with no soil present?
200
What is a density-independent factor?
Flooding, hurricanes, extreme heat or cold are considered what type of factor?
200
What is overexploitation?
What is the excessive use, of species that economic value called?
200
What is a tropical savanna?
What is the biome with lions, hyenas, and elephants?
300
What is commensalism?
What is the term to describe the relationship between a sea anemone and clownfish?
300
What is the tropical rainforest?
Which biome has the largest species diversity?
300
What is immigration, emigration, birth rate, and death rate?
What are the four categories population growth consider?
300
What is increased forest edge produced by habitat fragmentation causing animals to perish because of less habitat interior?
What is the edge effect?
300
What is temperate grassland?
What is the biome that is known for drought, grazing animals, and fires that keep it from becoming a forest?
400
What is a detrivore?
What is the name of a heterotroph that eats fragments of dead matter?
400
What is the ozone layer?
What is the protective layer in the atmosphere that protects us from harmful UV rays?
400
What is carrying capacity?
What is the number of organisms in a species that the environment can support called?
400
What is Fertilizers, animal waste, sewage or other substances rich in nitrogen and phosphorus that cause extensive algae growth causing suffocation in fish species?
Explain Eutrophication.
400
What is tropical seasonal forest?
What biome is the biome that has elephants, tigers, monkeys, rabbits, spiders, and frogs with seasonal rainfall?
500
What is an organisms role or position in an environment?
What is a niche?
500
What is an ice age?
What is ocean levels rising?
What is multiple natural disasters?
Describe 3 possible outcomes of the Gulf Stream stopping.
500
What is agriculture, domestication of animals, and improved shelter?
Name three technological advances that has increased not only lifespan but carrying capacity of the human population.
500
What is the use of natural organisms that detoxify polluted areas?
What is biological remediation?
500
What is a temperate forest?
Which biome is composed of mostly broad-leaved, deciduous tree (trees that shed their leaves in autumn)?




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