Definitions
Species Risk Levels
Adaptation
Salmon/bass
Random

100

Organism
What is an individual living thing?

100

Not at Risk
What is a species that is not at risk of extinction?

100

Predation
What is an organism that feeds on other organisms?

100

50000
How many eggs does a female striped bass lay in one spring?

100

Tony VanBuskirk
Who was the first guess speaker to come into our class?

200

Species
What is a group of individuals that are closely related and can mate to produce fertile offspring

200

Extinct
What is a species that is no longer exists anywhere?

200

Paraitism
What is an organisms that lives on another organism and feeds on there host?

200

Larvae
What is a newly hatched striped bass called?

200

11
How many organ systems did we go over in class?

300

A Community
What is a group of various species that live in the same place and interact with each other?

300

Endangered
What is a species that is facing imminent extirpation or extinction?

300

Mutualims
What is a close relationship between two species in which species provide a benefit to the other?

300

Scale
What part of the salmon can you cut to tell where the salmon have been?

300

Herring
Out of these four species who is the secondary consumer? (Zooplankton—herring—squid—shark)

400

Biome
What is a group of terrestrial communities that cover a large area and is characterized by certain soil and climate conditions are particular assemblages of plants and animals.

400

Threatened
What is a species that is likely to became endangered if nothing is done to reverse the factors leading to its extirpation or extinction?

400

Commensalism
What is a relationship in which one species benefits and the other species is neither harmed or helped?

400

The salmon is a male
What does it mean if a salmon has a curved mouth

400

5
How many different types of biomes have we discussed in class?

500

Biosphere
What is a combined portion of the plants in which all life exist including land water and air or atmosphere

500

Special Concern
What is a species that may become endangered if nothing is done to reverse the factors leading to its extirpation or extinction?

500

Adaptation
What is it called when a species reduces competition with each other by adjusting their niche?

500

Juveniles
In what stage does a Bass move into the brackish water of estuaries during the summer and eat small shrimp and crustaceans?

500

A fuelish waste
What was the answer to the first assignment we have ever done (Simon says)