Megalodon

Topics: Trophic level, Food chain, Heterotroph Pages: 6 (1405 words) Published: May 26, 2014
Name: Sir Bizzle

Period: 6

B.S. 3.3: Food Chains and Food Webs

Scene 1:
1. What are the two ways living organisms obtain energy?
A. Directly from the sun and by eating other organisms
B. Directly from the sun and drinking water
C. Eating other organisms and drinking water
D. None of the above

Scene 2:
2. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Fungi, bacteria, and insects produce their own food
B. Plants are consumers
C. Wolves are decomposers
D. None of the above

Scene 3:
3. Which of the following represents a community?
A. snake, cactus plant, fox
B. snake, cactus plant, fox, rocks, water, oxygen
C. the role the fox plays in the desert
D. None of the above

4. Which of the following represents an ecosystem?
A. snake, cactus plant, fox
B. snake, cactus plant, fox, rocks, water, oxygen
B. the role the fox plays in the desert
D. None of the above

5. Which of the following represents a niche?
A. snake, cactus plant, fox
B. snake, cactus plant, fox, rocks, water, oxygen
C. the role the fox plays in the desert
D. None of the above

Scene 4:
6. Phototrophs are:
A. consumers
B. decomposers
C. autotrophs but they are NOT producers
D. both autotrophs and producers

Scene 5:
7. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Phototrophs do NOT need the Sun in order to stay alive
B. Chemotrophs do NOT need the Sun in order to stay alive
C. Phototrophs acquire most of their energy from deep sea vents D. Chemotrophs typically live in the photic zone where light penetrates

Scene 6:
8. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Tubeworms do NOT need autotrophs in their community
B. Heterotrophs can produce their own food
C. Cows are NOT consumers
D. Both consumers and decomposers are heterotrophs

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9. What do heterotrophs need to do in order to stay alive?
A. Produce energy from the Sun
B. Produce energy from deep sea vents
C. Consume either plants or animals
D. None of the above

Scene 8:
10. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Decomposers obtain energy by consuming living things
B. Detritus is living matter
C. Detritovores and decomposers consume dead matter
D. Decomposers do nothing that helps consumers survive

Scene 9:
11. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Producers, herbivores, and carnivores are in different trophic levels B. Producers, herbivores, and carnivores are in the same trophic level C. Producers are in the first trophic level and all consumers are in the second trophic level D. None of the above

Scene 10:
12. Food chains:
A. have nothing to do with trophic levels
B. show how energy flows through trophic levels
C. usually have producers and consumers in the same trophic level D. always have only two links to the chain

Scene 11:
13. Which of the following should be considered the end of the food chain? A. grass
B. rabbit
C. the Sun
D. bacteria

Scene 12:
14. What important function do plants provide?
A. They are primary consumers
B. They convert the Sun’s light energy into food that other organisms consume C. They decompose detritus
D. None of the above

Scene 13:
15. Primary consumers usually:
A. consume meat
B. decompose detritus
C. consume plants
D. are considered autotrophs

Scene 14:
16. What do omnivores and carnivores have in common?
A. both consume plants
B. both of them consume both plants and animals
C. both can be the third link in the food chain after producers and herbivores D. none of the above

Scene 15:
17. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Humans could never be a tertiary consumer
B. Humans are sometimes tertiary consumers
C. Tertiary consumers are usually herbivores
D. None of the above

Scene 16:
18. A fourth-order consumer is
A. an autotroph
B. a phototroph
C. a chemotroph
D. a heterotroph

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19. Which of the following statements is true?
A. There are always six...
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