quiz - 3 Which of the following is an example of species on...

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Section 1: Multiple choice Circle the correct answer (there is only one). Each correct answer is worth 2 points. 1) A set of interacting species that live in the same area is called a(n): a) Community level effect b) Ecological community c) Ecosystem d) Individual species e) Keystone species 2) A species upon which the entire ecosystem depends on is called a(n): a) Community level effect b) Ecological community c) Ecosystem d) Individual species e) Keystone species
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Unformatted text preview: 3) Which of the following is an example of species on different trophic levels, listed from lowest to highest level: a) Dirt, corn, humans b) Humans, cows, grass c) Moss, reindeer, wolves d) Sharks, herbivorous fish, carnivorous fish e) Shrubs, trees, giraffes Section 2: definition 4) Define “ecology” Ecology is the study of different species and organisms. It also covers the way they deal with the environment they are in. Score: /10...
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