Ecology Jeopardy

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Ecology Jeopardy
Organization
of Life
Energy
Transfer
Trophic
Levels
Symbiotic
Relationships
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Ecology
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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from
Organization of Life
What is the lowest level of
environmental organization that
three male egrets would all belong
in together?
$100 Answer from
Organization of Life
What is a population?
$200 Question from
Organization of Life
What word describes a community
of organisms and their environment?
$200 Answer from
Organization of Life
What is ecosystem?
$300 Question from
Organization of Life
The part of Earth where life exists.
$300 Answer from
Organization of Life
What is the biosphere?
$400 Question from
Organization of Life
A __________ is several species
of animals interacting, while a
population is members of one
species in an area.
$400 Answer from
Organization of Life
What is a community?
$500 Question from
Organization of Life
The five levels of organization in
the environment, from first to fifth
level, are….
$500 Answer from
Organization of Life
What is ….
Organism, population, community,
ecosystem, and biosphere?
$100 Question from
Energy Transfer
A food web shows energy connections
better than a food _______.
$100 Answer from
Energy Transfer
What is chain?
$200 Question from
Energy Transfer
Living things that make their own
food from sunlight are ________.
$200 Answer from
Energy Transfer
What are producers (or autotrophs)?
$300 Question from
Energy Transfer
A triangular diagram that shows an
ecosystem’s loss of energy.
$300 Answer from
Energy Transfer
What is an energy pyramid?
$400 Question from
Energy Transfer
A simple diagram that shows how
energy in food flows from one
rganism to another.
$400 Answer from
Energy Transfer
What is a food chain?
$500 Question from
Energy Transfer
In a food web, arrows point
in just one direction because they
show how energy goes to the
animal…..
….that is eating OR that is eaten?
$500 Answer from
Energy Transfer
What is the animal THAT IS
EATING?
$100 Question from
Trophic Levels
An organism that eats only plants.
$100 Answer from
Trophic Levels
What is an herbivore?
$200 Question from
Trophic Levels
An organism that eats both plants
and animals.
$200 Answer from
Trophic Levels
What is an omnivore?
$300 Question from
Trophic Levels
A spider that feeds on live
insects is an example of a(n)…
$300 Answer from
Trophic Levels
What is predator
(also…consumer/carnivore)?
$400 Question from
Trophic Levels
An organism that breaks down
organic matter, recycling nutrients
back into the environment, e.g.,
bacteria and fungi.
$400 Answer from
Trophic Levels
What are decomposers?
$500 Question from
Trophic Levels
What word describes ALL the
living organisms found at each of
the ecological trophic levels?
$500 Answer from
Trophic Levels
What is biotic?
$100 Question from
Symbiotic Relationships
Young wasps are eating the tomato
hornworm that is their host.
this is an example of_________.
$100 Answer from
Symbiotic Relationships
What is parasitism?
$200 Question from
Symbiotic Relationships
Two members of the same species
fight over how gets a certain food.
Members of different species try to
take over a certain nesting area.
These are both examples of ____.
$200 Answer from
Symbiotic Relationships
What is competition?
$300 Question from
Symbiotic Relationships
In this type of symbiosis, organisms
help each other.
$300 Answer from
Symbiotic Relationships
What is mutualism?
$400 Question from
Symbiotic Relationships
When a long-term change takes place
in two species because of their
close interactions with one another,
the change is called __________.
$400 Answer from
Symbiotic Relationships
What is coevolution?
$500 Question from
Symbiotic Relationships
A symbiotic relationship in which
one organism benefits and the
other is neither helped nor harmed.
$500 Answer from
Symbiotic Relationships
What is commensalism?
$100 Question from
Ecology Extras
The study of interactions between
living things and their environment
is ______________.
$100 Answer from
Ecology Extras
What is ecology?
$200 Question from
Ecology Extras
An environmental study reporting
on the way temperature, water
quality, and minerals affect the
animals in a salt marsh would be
considering this level of
organization.
$200 Answer from
Ecology Extras
What is ecosystem?
$300 Question from
Ecology Extras
Rocks, temperature, and water are
what part of the environment?
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Ecology Extras
What is abiotic?
$400 Question from
Ecology Extras
The term used to describe a
sparrow that has been caught by an
eagle.
$400 Answer from
Ecology Extras
What is prey?
$500 Question from
Ecology Extras
The organisms that feed on dead
Organisms are specifically called
___________. A subcategory of
This group includes the
decomposers.
$500 Answer from
Ecology Extras
What are detritivores?
Final Jeopardy - Subject
Interactions with the
Environment
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Final Jeopardy Question
The largest population that an
environment can support without
doing irrevocable damage to the
environment is called the
___________.
Answer
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is carrying capacity?