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Chapter 1 Review Quiz 



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
This is a diagram of a marine food chain.

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Which organism in this food chain is a primary consumer?

 
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Question 2.
This is a diagram of a marine food chain.

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Which organism functions as a producer in this food chain?

 
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Question 3.
This is a diagram of a marine food chain.

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Which organism provides the most energy to this food chain?

 
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Question 4.
The Canadian federal Fisheries Act gives the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans the responsibility to protect fish and fish habitats from destructive human activities. This is an example of

 
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Question 5.

Scientists are currently studying the diminishing habitat of the polar bear.

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The scientists are considering climactic data, pollution data, fisheries data as well as other data to create as large as possible a picture of what is happening to the polar bear habitat in an effort to protect it in the future. Which word best describes this kind of effort?
 
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Question 6.
This is a photograph of a herd of grazing zebras and a few wildebeests.

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What is the herd of zebras called?

 
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Question 7.

This is a photograph of a herd of grazing zebras and a few wildebeests.

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The wildebeests and the zebras both graze on the same savanna grass. In some areas, the supply of this grass may be limited. What kind of relationship does this imply between the two species?
 
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Question 8.
What is not necessarily a nutrient?

 
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Question 9.

This is an owl butterfly. It displays large eyespots on the undersides of its wings.

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If the owl butterfly is turned upside down, it resembles the face of an owl, which can fool and scare off potential predators such as lizards and small birds.

This butterfly helps to protect itself from predators using which technique?

 
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Question 10.

This is an owl butterfly. It displays large eyespots on the undersides of its wings.

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If the owl butterfly is turned upside down, it resembles the face of an owl, which can fool and scare off potential predators such as lizards and small birds.

If this protective technique is successful for the butterfly, it is reasonable to assume that a predator of lizards and small birds is

 
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