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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Ecology Questions

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Grade 10 Biogeochemical Cycles
Nutrients move through an ecosystem in
  1. energy pyramids.
  2. ecological pyramids.
  3. biogeochemical cycles.
  4. the water cycle.
Grade 10 Conservation and Biodiversity
The variety of life across the biosphere is
  1. biodiversity.
  2. genomics.
  3. homeostasis.
  4. ecology.
Grade 10 Biomes
This biome has four seasons.
  1. desert
  2. tropical rainforest
  3. grassland
  4. temperate deciduous forest
Grade 10 Biotic and Abiotic
Which is a biotic factor?
  1. predator
  2. water
  3. temperature
  4. pH
Grade 10 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 10 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Grade 10 Biomes
All life on Earth exists in
  1. the biosphere.
  2. ecology.
  3. a biome.
  4. an ecosystem.
Grade 10 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Grade 10 Food Chains and Webs
The arrows in a food web or chain show
  1. the way the matter flows.
  2. who eats who.
  3. who dies.
  4. the way the energy flows.
Grade 10 Biomes
Permafrost characterizes the biome
  1. savanna.
  2. tundra.
  3. taiga.
  4. boreal forest.
Grade 10 Biogeochemical Cycles
Grade 10 Food Chains and Webs
The series of steps in which a large fish eats a small fish that has eaten algae is a
  1. food chain.
  2. pyramid of numbers.
  3. pyramid of biomes.
  4. food web.
Grade 10 Conservation and Biodiversity
The variety of different species living in a habitat is
  1. woodland.
  2. transection.
  3. zonation.
  4. biodiversity.
Grade 10 Ecology
Which order of organizational levels is correct, from smallest to largest?
  1. population, community, ecosystem, biome
  2. population, community, biosphere, biome
  3. community, biome, biosphere, ecosystem
  4. biome, ecosystem, community, population
Grade 10 Biotic and Abiotic
Grade 10 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Grade 10 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
In an ecosystem, there are two categories to describe living things. These categories are
  1. plants and animals.
  2. biology and ecology.
  3. producers and consumers.
  4. energy and oxygen.
Grade 10 Biogeochemical Cycles
An increase in the greenhouse effect causes an increase in
  1. temperature.
  2. oxygen and carbon dioxide.
  3. water cycle.
  4. carbon dioxide.
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