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Grade 9 Succession
What process results in the development of a new ecosystem where there was not one before?
  1. secondary succession
  2. primary succession
  3. tertiary succession
  4. first succession
Grade 10 Succession
The first organisms to repopulate an area affected by a volcanic eruption are
  1. pioneer species.
  2. primary producers.
  3. climax species.
  4. keystone species.
Grade 9 Succession
Grade 9 Succession
During ecological succession, when are pioneer species found?
  1. during the early stages
  2. during the late stages
  3. at the very end
  4. never
Grade 10 Succession
Fires, hurricanes, and other natural disturbances can result in
  1. succession.
  2. parasitism.
  3. competition.
  4. commensalism.
Grade 9 Succession
Changes that occur in an area that previously had no ecosystem are collectively known as
  1. a disturbance.
  2. pioneering.
  3. primary succession.
  4. secondary succession.
Grade 9 Succession
Which can result from natural disturbances, such as fires or hurricanes?
  1. commensalism
  2. competition
  3. parasitism
  4. succession
Grade 10 Succession
                     is the colonization of bare land with no soil.
  1. Primary succession
  2. Climax community
  3. Secondary succession
  4. Exponential growth
Grade 7 Succession
What things change in ecological succession?
  1. Plants and rocks
  2. Animals and Soil
  3. Plants Only
  4. Animals and Plants
Grade 7 Succession
Grade 7 Succession
What are the two types of ecological succession?
  1. Primary and Secondary
  2. Abiotic and Biotic
  3. Plants and Animals
  4. Erosion and Deposition
College Succession
Which of the following best illustrates ecological succession?
  1. A mouse eats seeds, and an owl eats the mouse.
  2. Grass grows on a sand dune, is replaced by shrubs, and then by trees.
  3. Decomposition in soil releases nitrogen that plants can use.
  4. Overgrazing causes a nutrient loss from soil.
  5. Introduced pheasants increase, and native quail populations disappear.
Grade 7 Succession
Grade 7 Succession
What is ecological succession?
  1. It is the decrease of population over time
  2. It is the change of water levels over time
  3. It is the increase of wind speed over time
  4. It is the decrease and increase of diversity in a population over time
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