PRE-TEST - Symbiotic Relationship

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PRE-TEST - Symbiotic Relationship

  1. 1. Symbiotic Relationships Pre test Name: ______________________________ Score: ___________ Yr. & Sec.: ___________ Date: ___________Direction: Choose the best corresponding answer. Write the letter of your answer on the spaceprovided.1. A worm living in a cow’s intestine is an example of what symbiotic relationship? a. commensalism c. parasitism b. competition d. predation2. Which of the following is NOT an example of a parasitic organism? a. lice c. tapeworm b. mistletoe d. termite3. Which of the following is a symbiotic relationship where one partner benefits and the other does notbenefit or lose from the relationship? a. commensalism c. mutualism b. competition d. predation4. Which of the following is a symbiotic relationship where both partners benefit? a. competition c. parasitism b. mutualism d. predation5. Which of the following is a symbiotic relationship where one partner benefits and the other isharmed? a. commensalism c. parasitism b. competition d. predation6. What kind of relationship is always inter-specific? a. competition c. predation b. mutualism d. symbiosis7. Which of the following relationship helps maintain the health of a population by leaving only thestrongest individuals to reproduce? a. competition c. parasitism b. mutualism d. Symbiosis8. Which of the following relationships below means living together close relationship between 2species? a. competition c. predation b. mutualism d. Symbiosis9. All of the statements below are true EXCEPT: a. Parasites that live inside a host’s body are called endoparasite. b. Predation is the feeding of one organism on another. c. Parasitism can limit how species use resources. d. Prey devices ways to escape being eaten.
  2. 2. 10. Which of the following statements describe mutualism? a. One organism captures another organism to survive. b. Organisms provide each other with food/or protection. c. One organism benefits while leaving the other unharmed. d. One organism benefits while the other is harmed.11. In predation, the organisms eaten by another organism are called ___________. a. commensal c. prey b. host d. predator12. Commensal is the organism ___________. a. eaten by an organism. b. feed on the other organism. c. benefited while the other is unaffected. d. benefited while the other is affected.13. Which of the following organisms are considered prey of cheetah? a. tapeworm c. leeches b. clown fish d. monkey14. What organism can harm an organism inside or outside its body? a. commensal c. parasite b. host d. predator15. Which of the following is an ectoparasite? a. dog’s tick c. fungi b. earthworm d. termite16. All of the statements below are wrong EXCEPT: a. Head louse is an endoparasite.. c. Prey captures predator. b. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant. d. Tapeworms are ectoparasite.17. Host is the harmed organism in what relationship? a. commensalism c. parasitism b. competition d. predation18. Commensal is the organism benefited in what relationship? a. commensalism c. parasitism b. competition d. predation19. Which of the following allows ecosystems to overlap and become dependent on each other forsurvival? a. competition c. predation b. mutualism d. symbiosis20. Leeches have been used for medicinal purposes. The leech benefits by getting blood from humansand humans benefits from leech by improving blood flow. Which of the following relationship does itshows? a. competition c. predation b. mutualism d. symbiosis

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