Clover, mouse, rabbit, owl
Wheat, grasshopper, hawk
Clover, dandelion, caterpillar, frog
Wheat, mouse, snake, owl
The strangler fig population would be unaffected; the lizard population would increase.
The lizard population would remain the same; the strangler fig population would decrease.
The strangler fig population would increase; the lizard population would decrease.
The lizard population would adapt to eating the strangler fig.
Plants along the shoreline
Fisherman in the area
Crustaceans that lived on the bottom of the bay
Sea birds that migrate
Mice use energy from sunlight to make food.
Mice use energy stored in grass.
Dead mice are an energy source for decomposers.
Mice supply energy to owls.
The native species will become more like the new plant.
The number of native species will decrease.
The number of native species will not be affected at all.
The native species will all become extinct.
In both cases, both organisms in the interaction are destroyed.
In both cases, both organisms in the interaction benefit.
Neither organism is harmed in the interactions.
In both cases one organism benefits and the other is harmed.
Bare soil, weeds, grasses, shrubs, conifers, deciduous trees
Shrubs, grasses, deciduous trees
Shrubs, grasses, conifers, deciduous trees
Grasses, conifers, shrubs, deciduous
Bare soil, weeds, conifers, shrubs, deciduous trees
Third order consumer
Energy is the same at each trophic level
Energy is recycled at each trophic level
Energy increases at higher trophic levels
Energy decreases at higher trophic levels
Energy is not transferred from one trophic level to another
A new island formed by a volcanic eruption
A gravel-filled valley that had been covered by a glacier until recently
A huge boulder or rock layer on top of a mountain
All of the above
REproduce at different times
Have mutualistic relationships
Occupy different niches
Mutualism because the flower provides the insect with food, and the insect pollinates the flower.
Parasitism because the insect lives off the nectar from the flower
Commensalism because the insect doesn't harm the flower and the flower doesn't benefit from the relationship
Predation because the insect feeds on the flower
To fuel the assembly of hard organic compounds to produce living tissue.
To fuel the assembly of simple inorganic compounds to produce living tissue.
None of the above
Who will be the next king of the food chain
A series of organisms that move into an ecosystem one after the other.
The first organisms into a new ecosystem
Who is able to survive successfully.
A flood deposits a large amount of mud on top of several square miles.
After a nuclear disaster at Chernobyl all humans abandon the city.
A volcano dumps a 3ft thick layer of ash over an entire mountain.
A and B