Animal Adaptations
Food Chains
Life Cycles
Ecosystems
Mixed Picks
100
Physical attributes that help organisms meet a life need
What are structural adaptations?
100
In a food chain, this organism uses sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make sugar and oxygen.
What is: a producer?
100
The stages of growth and change in an organism's life
What is a life cycle?
100
The living part of an ecosystem
What is a community?
100
The flow of energy from the sun through producers, consumers, and decomposers
What is a food web?
200
Certain types of activities organisms perform that help them meet a life need
What are behavioral adaptations?
200
In a food chain where the greatest amount of energy in a community is found
What is: a producer?
200
Egg - larva - pupa (chrysalis) - ?
What is the life cycle of a butterfly?
200
In a community, this is made up of one type of organism.
What is population?
200
A community and its nonliving environment
What is an ecosystem?
300
3 examples of behavioral adaptations
What are: birds migrating; schools of fish traveling; bears hibernating; etc.?
300
1. Consumer that eats only producers; 2. Consumer that eats both plants and animals; 3. Consumer that eats only animals
What are: 1. herbivore; 2. omnivore; 3. carnivore?
300
Seed - Sprout - Seedling - ?
What is the life cycle of a plant?
300
Each organism's home which provides food, water, shelter, and space
What is a habitat?
300
The organization of communities is based on the utilization of this energy.
What is: the sun?
400
4 examples of structural adaptations
What are: chameleon changing colors; webbed feet of a duck; giraffe's long neck; hard outer shell of a turtle; etc.?
400
These break down dead plants and animals.
What are decomposers?
400
Egg - tadpole - froglet - ?
What is the life cycle of a frog?
400
The function that an organism performs in the food web of a community
What is niche?
400
Examples: rabbits, cows, horses
What are: (examples of) herbivores?
500
To avoid cold weather; to find new food supplies; and to find a safe place to breed and raise their young (Think: A behavioral adaptation!)
What are: the reasons why animals migrate?
500
1. An insect gets its energy directly from the plant. 2. A lizard gets its energy from the animal (insect) that eats the plant.
What are: (examples of) 1. a primary consumer; 2. a secondary consumer?
500
During an organism's life cycle, this can change.
What is: niche?
500
In the Chesapeake Bay, this negative human impact is causing the oyster population to decline.
What is: pollution?
500
In a food web, an example of a predator and its prey
What are: fox - frog; weasel - mouse; bird - insect; etc.?
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