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4.A fox chases, attacks, and killls a rabbit. What type of relationship would this be?a.competitionb.predationc.symbiosisd.parasitism
5.Two foxes try to kill the same rabbit. What type of relationship would this be?
6.The difference between environmental science and ecology is that environmental science includes _____, while ecologydoes not
7.All of the different species of microscopic organisms living in and on your body would be called a(n)
8.Anything that would decrease the growth, existance, or distribution of one organism or a whole population would be calleda(n)a.eutrophic eventb.pollutantc.stunting nutrientd.limiting factor
9.A species that belongs to an ecosystem is called _____, while a species that does not belong to an ecosystem is called_____.
10.A forest burns down afer a lightning storm. The slow, gradual process of replacing the forest with different types of plantswould be called
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1.Use the following information about a community in a local ecosystem to create a food web.a.Snakes eat frogs and mice.b.Hawks eat snakes and squirrels.c.Mice eat grasses (seeds)d.Squirrels eat acorns (oak tree)e.Frogs eat pill bugsf.Pill bugs eat dead leaves (oak tree)g.Foxes eat mice and squirrels2.How does the 10% rule apply to the above food web?3.The above items are all consideredbiotic.Why?a.Name 3 things that would beabioticin the above ecosystem.4.Give one example of each type of interspecies relationship:a.Predationb.Symbiosisi.Mutualismii.Parasitismsiii.Commensalism5.Draw a simple carbon cycle diagram including:Autotrophs, heterotrophs, CO2, organicmacromolecules, fossil feuls26
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Biology Keystone Exam BlueprintSYLLABUS, ANCHORS, VOCABULARYUnit 1: Life Traits / HomeostasisA. Life TraitsB. Homeostatic Systems and ConditionsC. Regulation - Feedback Loopssciencebiologymulticellularunicellularhomeostasishomeostatic mechanismsystemBIO.A.1.1 - Explain the characteristics common to all organisms.BIO.A.1.1.1 - Describe the characteristics of life shared by all prokaryotic andeukaryotic organisms.BIO.A.4.2 - Explain mechanisms that permit organisms to maintain biological balance betweentheir internal and external environments.BIO.A.4.2.1 - Explain how organisms maintain homeostasis (e.g., thermoregulation,water regulation, oxygen regulation).Unit 2: BiochemistryA. Matter, Water & pHB. Macromolecules and MetabolismC. Enzymesatommoleculeadhesioncohesionfreezing pointspecific heatpHorganic moleculemonomerbiological macromoleculescarbohydratelipidsnucleic acidproteincatalystenzymetemperatureBIO.A.2.1 Describe how the unique properties of water support life on Earth.BIO.A.2.1.1 Describe the unique properties of water and how these propertiessupport life on Earth (e.g., freezing point, high specific heat, cohesion).

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