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Grade 9 Biotic and Abiotic
Grade 9 Biotic and Abiotic
Which of these refers to the biotic factors of an ecosystem?
  1. The idea of two dissimilar organisms living together, as in mutualism, commensalism, amensalism, or parasitism.
  2. Any living part of an environment.
  3. A representation of the number of individual organisms in each trophic level of an ecosystem.
  4. An organism that eats only meat.
Grade 8 Biotic and Abiotic
Select the letter of EACH choice that is a biotic factor in a prairie dog ecosystem.
  1. Grass and other plants that the prairie dog eats
  2. Hawks, ferrets, and other animals that hunt prairie dogs
  3. The soil that provides the prairie dog with a home.
  4. Worms, fungi, and bacteria that also live in the soil.
Grade 6 Biotic and Abiotic
The biosphere is the part of the earth that contains life. Which of the following is part of the biosphere?
  1. the atmosphere
  2. the earth's surface
  3. part of the earth's crust
  4. the water that covers most of our planet
  5. all of the above
Grade 7 Biotic and Abiotic
A biotic factor is
  1. non-living parts of an ecosystem
  2. weather
  3. living organisms in an ecosystem
Grade 9 Biotic and Abiotic
Which of these describes the abiotic factors of an ecosystem?
  1. An umbrella term describing the complete process by which habitat loss results in the division of large, continuous habitats into a greater number of smaller patches of lower total area, isolated from each other by a matrix of dissimilar habitats, rather than just the patterns of spatial arrangement of the remaining habitat.
  2. A species that historically lived in one place, but that has been moved to a new geographic location, due to human interference.
  3. An environmental factor that tends to limit population size.
  4. The nonliving physical or chemical conditions of an environment.
Grade 4 Biotic and Abiotic
Which of the following best describes the types of things make up an ecosystem?
  1. All living and nonliving things
  2. Only living things
  3. Humans and animals
  4. Plants only
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Grade 7 Biotic and Abiotic
Grade 5 Biotic and Abiotic
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of living things?
  1. Do not reproduce
  2. Made of cells
  3. Responds to stimuli
  4. Grows and develops
Grade 7 Biotic and Abiotic
Grade 7 Biotic and Abiotic
An abiotic factor
  1. includes non-living parts of an ecosystem
  2. includes living organisms of an ecosystem
Grade 4 Biotic and Abiotic
Which of the following are examples of non-living things?
  1. chair, desk, window, dog
  2. dog, cat, frog, tree, wood
  3. plastic, cup, window, rock
  4. dinosaur, paper, pencil
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Grade 7 Biotic and Abiotic
Which pair of characteristics is common to all living things?
  1. Having a digestive system and responding to certain environment factors
  2. Having a vascular system and producing cells during growth
  3. Having lungs to breathe and using wings to move
  4. Having one or more cells and having the ability to reproduce
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