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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Living  Things Photosy...
Name three characteristics that all living things share?
Living things are made of cells Living things obtain and use energy  Living things grow and develop  Living things reprodu...
What is an organism?
A complete living thing
Which of the following do all living things need to survive? A – Water B – Oxygen C – Sunlight D – Carbon Dioxide
A - Water
What is happening in this experiment?
Oxygen bubble are being created because of photosynthesis.
Name a producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer and tertiary consumer.
I’ll accept any reasonable food chain!
What part of a plant does photosythesis take place in?
The leaves (and sometimes stem)
Name two things plants need for photosynthesis.
CO 2  and H 2 O
What is the green color that helps with photosynthesis?
Chlorophyl.  The green pigment found in chloroplasts in the paliside/mesophyl leaf layer
What are two products of photosynthesis?
Glucose and Oxygen (and water)
What is the source of energy for all producers?
The Sun.  (which is used by plants in the process of photosynthesis)
What is a population?
A group of organisms of the same kind living together in the same area
What is a community?
All of the populations living in the same place
Name 3 biotic and abiotic factors of the Scofield campus.
I hope you named three living things and three of the following abiotic factors (water, soil, rocks, air, temperature, hum...
What is an ecosystem?
All of the living and non-living things in a given area that interact with one another.
Name 3 CT ecosystems
Could be: forest, pond, meadow, salt-marsh, grassland, lake, long island sound etc.
What is a producer?
An organism that makes its own food (plants)
Are humans herbivores. carnivores, or omnivores and why?
Omnivores: because we eat plants and animals
What are decomposers and why are they important to an ecosystem?
Bacteria and fungus that break dead organisms down to recycle their nutrients into the ecosystem.
Name a secondary consumer in this food web.
mouse, spider or rat Extra credit:  What do the arrows in the food web mean?
What is this and what is it showing me?
Energy pyramid It shows the loss of energy between trophic levels 10% moves up each level!
Give me an example or a predator / prey relationship?
Any reasonable answer accepted!
What are immigration and emigration?
Immigration  is moving into a population. Emigration  is moving out of a population.
What is population density?
The number of individuals or organisms in a certain area
Name 4 limiting factors?
1) Climate 2) food and water availability 3) Physical space 4) Disease 5) Predators
In this graph, where is the carrying capacity?
I hope you said…the dotted line!
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Ecology2 Jeopardy

  1. 1. Jeopardy It's time to play
  2. 2. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Living Things Photosynthesis Ecosystem Structure Who’s eating who? Population
  3. 3. Name three characteristics that all living things share?
  4. 4. Living things are made of cells Living things obtain and use energy Living things grow and develop Living things reproduce Living things respond to their environment Living things adapt to their environment
  5. 5. What is an organism?
  6. 6. A complete living thing
  7. 7. Which of the following do all living things need to survive? A – Water B – Oxygen C – Sunlight D – Carbon Dioxide
  8. 8. A - Water
  9. 9. What is happening in this experiment?
  10. 10. Oxygen bubble are being created because of photosynthesis.
  11. 11. Name a producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer and tertiary consumer.
  12. 12. I’ll accept any reasonable food chain!
  13. 13. What part of a plant does photosythesis take place in?
  14. 14. The leaves (and sometimes stem)
  15. 15. Name two things plants need for photosynthesis.
  16. 16. CO 2 and H 2 O
  17. 17. What is the green color that helps with photosynthesis?
  18. 18. Chlorophyl. The green pigment found in chloroplasts in the paliside/mesophyl leaf layer
  19. 19. What are two products of photosynthesis?
  20. 20. Glucose and Oxygen (and water)
  21. 21. What is the source of energy for all producers?
  22. 22. The Sun. (which is used by plants in the process of photosynthesis)
  23. 23. What is a population?
  24. 24. A group of organisms of the same kind living together in the same area
  25. 25. What is a community?
  26. 26. All of the populations living in the same place
  27. 27. Name 3 biotic and abiotic factors of the Scofield campus.
  28. 28. I hope you named three living things and three of the following abiotic factors (water, soil, rocks, air, temperature, humidity etc.)
  29. 29. What is an ecosystem?
  30. 30. All of the living and non-living things in a given area that interact with one another.
  31. 31. Name 3 CT ecosystems
  32. 32. Could be: forest, pond, meadow, salt-marsh, grassland, lake, long island sound etc.
  33. 33. What is a producer?
  34. 34. An organism that makes its own food (plants)
  35. 35. Are humans herbivores. carnivores, or omnivores and why?
  36. 36. Omnivores: because we eat plants and animals
  37. 37. What are decomposers and why are they important to an ecosystem?
  38. 38. Bacteria and fungus that break dead organisms down to recycle their nutrients into the ecosystem.
  39. 39. Name a secondary consumer in this food web.
  40. 40. mouse, spider or rat Extra credit: What do the arrows in the food web mean?
  41. 41. What is this and what is it showing me?
  42. 42. Energy pyramid It shows the loss of energy between trophic levels 10% moves up each level!
  43. 43. Give me an example or a predator / prey relationship?
  44. 44. Any reasonable answer accepted!
  45. 45. What are immigration and emigration?
  46. 46. Immigration is moving into a population. Emigration is moving out of a population.
  47. 47. What is population density?
  48. 48. The number of individuals or organisms in a certain area
  49. 49. Name 4 limiting factors?
  50. 50. 1) Climate 2) food and water availability 3) Physical space 4) Disease 5) Predators
  51. 51. In this graph, where is the carrying capacity?
  52. 52. I hope you said…the dotted line!

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