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Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Question 15 / 5 pointsMatch each term with the best trophic level description.__3__Third trophic level__4__Fourth trophic level (top level)__2__Second trophic level__1__First trophic level__5__Decomposers1.Producers; includes green plants that use sunlight to convert inorganic compounds into organic compounds, which are used as a food source by animals2.Primary consumers; eat plants directly; herbivores (e.g. zooplankton)3.Secondary consumers; eat primary consumers (e.g. fish)
4.Tertiary consumers; eat other lower trophic level consumers5.Feed on dead plants or animals; important/critical role in nutrient recycling; bacteria and fungi are examplesQuestion 25 / 5 pointsWhich of the following terms describe feeding groups (or trophic groups) of macroinvertebrates found instreams? Select all that apply.Question options:CollectorsFloatersPredatorsScrapersShreddersQuestion 35 / 5 points
The first subcategory under a kingdom (the largest category) is called a _________.Question options:ClassPhylumOrderFamilyQuestion 45 / 5 pointsSometimes referred to as the conservation law, the _______________ states that energy may not be created or destroyed.Question options:third law of thermodynamicssecond law of movementfourth law of movementfirst law of thermodynamicsQuestion 55 / 5 pointsSelect the best answer for each response.__3__Flood plain__2__
Secondary succession__1__Abiotc factor1.The nonliving part of the environment composed of sunlight, soil, mineral elements, moisture, temperature, and topography.2.An observed process of change that occurs (as a normal occurrence in nature) in the species structure of an ecological community over time in an area where the natural vegetation has been removed or destroyed but the soil is not destroyed.