Author: EDHSBiology

First Five May 1

Parasitism is a type of predator-prey interaction. Explain why it is similar. Explain how commensalism is different from mutualism.   

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First Five April 20/21

What happens to the food eaten by an individual consumer?

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First Five April 27/28

    Arctic Ecosystem 1.  Identify and list the producers, herbivores, carnivores from this diagram? 2. Where do you think all the energy used by Polar Bear originally came from?

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APES QOD April 6

Which country is the largest emitter of CO2? A) USA B) China C) Russia D) India E) Ethiopia

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First Five April 6/7

 List the food items you have eaten today (or last night if you skipped breakfast). Create a food web showing the flow of energy within the food items you listed including yourself.  You may have to add a producer (autotroph)

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APES QOD April 4

Which of the following would be a source of methane? A) a forest fire B) a fallow agricultural field C) a residential lawn D) a rice paddy E) a malfunctioning soda dispenser

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First Five April 4/5

The number of individuals that a particular place can support indefinitely is called the______? When members of a population move out of a given area, it is called _____? What type of population growth would be associated with a population

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APES QOD April 3

The most harmful forms of suspended particulate matter (SPM) are typically A) fine particles (PM-10) and ultra fine particles (PM-2.5) B) coarse particles (PM-15) and fine particles (PM-10) C) aerosols and diesel exhaust D) sea salt nuclei E) wild fire ash

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First Five April 3

A population of wombats at El Diamante grows steadily after a pair was introduced as a prank by graduating seniors. Over the next ten years it levels off at thirty wombats where it remains for five years.  After five years

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APES QOD March 28

All of the following are likely consequences of indoor air pollution EXCEPT an increase in A. the development and exacerbation of asthma B. the risk of developing lung cancer C. the risk of developing skin cancer D. flulike symptoms, chronic

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