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Biotic and Abiotic Factors Quiz (Grade 4) (Grade 4)

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Biotic and Abiotic Factors Quiz (Grade 4)

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Which of the following best describes the types of things that make up an ecosystem?
  1. all living and nonliving things
  2. only living things
  3. humans and animals
  4. plants only
Which of the following do both plants and animals on to survive?
  1. forests
  2. sand
  3. shade
  4. sunlight
An environment's biotic and abiotic factors interact to make a(n)                .
  1. habitat.
  2. ecosystem.
  3. niche.
  4. resource.
What does shade provide for animals?
  1. sunlight
  2. protection
  3. hot temperatures
  4. nutrients
Which of the following should replace the question mark below?

Biotic factors - pine trees, squirrels, bacteria
Abiotic factors - light, water, ?
  1. soil
  2. ferns
  3. worms
  4. cacti
Which is an abiotic factor in an ecosystem?
  1. ant
  2. decaying plant
  3. earthworm
  4. sand
What do abiotic factors describe about an ecosystem?
  1. They describe living things.
  2. They describe the human impact.
  3. They describe information such as soil, weather, and land.
A nonliving factor such as light or temperature is a(n)                    .
  1. organism.
  2. abiotic factor.
  3. range of tolerance.
  4. biotic factor.
Which of the following is NOT an abiotic factor in an ecosystem?
  1. bacteria
  2. minerals
  3. soil
  4. water
Which of the following is an abiotic factor in our environment?
  1. cat
  2. dog
  3. sidewalk

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