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True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Lakes that have few minerals and low productivity are referred to as hetertrophic.
 

 2. 

The amount of light and the depth of the water have the greatest influence on the amount of organisms in an aquatic ecosystem.
 

 3. 

A alligator and crocodile will be found in different biomes but have similar niches.
 

 4. 

latitude is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 5. 

An organism whose removal from an ecosystem may cause the collapse of that ecosystem is known as a keystone species.
 

 6. 

Eukaryotes usually contain one cell and prokaryotes usually contain MORE THAN one cell.
 

 7. 

Precipitation is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 8. 

Temperature is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 9. 

Lakes that have few minerals and low productivity are referred to as autotrophic.
 

 10. 

Zoos, botanical gardens, and wildlife parks promote biodiversity in the following way :
They collect endemic species from remote wilderness areas.
 

 11. 

The term that defines the marine zone in which sunlight penetrates, photosynthesis occurs, and many plants and animals survive, is called euphotic.
 

 12. 

Lakes that have few minerals and low productivity are referred to as eutrophic.
 

 13. 

The most critical biodiversity hotspots located in islands, tropical rain forests, and coastal areas.
 

 14. 

The term that defines the marine zone in which sunlight penetrates, photosynthesis occurs, and many plants and animals survive, is called benthic.
 

 15. 

An organism whose removal from an ecosystem may cause the collapse of that ecosystem is known as a specialist species.
 

 16. 

When two organisms utilize the same resource but at different times; such as a deer grazing at night and a rabbit eating the same grass during the day, is called intraspecific competition.
 

 17. 

The government agency’s mission is to sustain the health, productivity, and diversity of America's public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations is the Environmental Protection Agency.
 

 18. 

An organism whose presence in an ecosystem indicates human influence or lack of human influence, such as lichens thriving in a pollution-free environment is a specialist species.
 

 19. 

The temperature of the water and current speed of the water have the greatest influence on the amount of organisms in an aquatic ecosystem.
 

 20. 

The most critical biodiversity hotspots located in tundras, taigas, and oceans.
 

 21. 

The government agency’s mission is to sustain the health, productivity, and diversity of America's public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations is the Bureau of Land Management.
 

 22. 

Gravity is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 23. 

An organism whose removal from an ecosystem may cause the collapse of that ecosystem is known as an indicator species.
 

 24. 

When two organisms utilize the same resource but at different times; such as a deer grazing at night and a rabbit eating the same grass during the day, is called direct competition.
 

 25. 

The amount of light and the depth of the water have the greatest influence on the amount of organisms in an aquatic ecosystem.
 

 26. 

An organism whose presence in an ecosystem indicates human influence or lack of human influence, such as lichens thriving in a pollution-free environment is an invasive species.
 

 27. 

When two organisms utilize the same resource but at different times; such as a deer grazing at night and a rabbit eating the same grass during the day, is called indirect competition.
 

 28. 

Zoos, botanical gardens, and wildlife parks promote biodiversity in the following way :
They pass legislation in order to protect species from harm.
 

 29. 

A koala bear and polar bear will be found in different biomes but have similar niches.
 

 30. 

The most critical biodiversity hotspots located in deserts, savannas, and steppes.
 

 31. 

An organism whose presence in an ecosystem indicates human influence or lack of human influence, such as lichens thriving in a pollution-free environment is an indicator species.
 

 32. 

Eukaryotes usually contain MORE THAN one cell and prokaryotes usually contain one cell.
 

 33. 

Eukaryotes do NOT contain a nucleus and prokaryotes do have a nucleus.
 

 34. 

An organism whose removal from an ecosystem may cause the collapse of that ecosystem is known as an invasive species.
 

 35. 

Lakes that have few minerals and low productivity are referred to as oligotrophic.
 

 36. 

Magnetic fields is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 37. 

The term that defines the marine zone in which sunlight penetrates, photosynthesis occurs, and many plants and animals survive, is called aphotic.
 

 38. 

Soil type is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 39. 

A snowshoe hare and caribou will be found in different biomes but have similar niches.
 

 40. 

Altitude is a major component that influence terrestrial biomes.
 

 41. 

The government agency’s mission is to sustain the health, productivity, and diversity of America's public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations are CITIES.
 

 42. 

An organism whose presence in an ecosystem indicates human influence or lack of human influence, such as lichens thriving in a pollution-free environment is a keystone species.
 

 43. 

The most critical biodiversity hotspots located in cities and developed areas of the world.
 

 44. 

A raccoon and fox will be found in different biomes but have similar niches.
 

 45. 

When two organisms utilize the same resource but at different times; such as a deer grazing at night and a rabbit eating the same grass during the day, is called interspecific competition.
 

 46. 

Zoos, botanical gardens, and wildlife parks promote biodiversity in the following way :
They help preserve threatened and/or endangered species from destruction.
 

 47. 

Eukaryotes contain a nucleus and prokaryotes do NOT have a nucleus.
 

 48. 

The types of organisms living in the ecosystem and the amount of water have the greatest influence on the amount of organisms in an aquatic ecosystem.
 

 49. 

Zoos, botanical gardens, and wildlife parks promote biodiversity in the following way :
They participate in captive breeding programs.
 

 50. 

The term that defines the marine zone in which sunlight penetrates, photosynthesis occurs, and many plants and animals survive, is called dysphotic.
 

 51. 

The government agency’s mission is to sustain the health, productivity, and diversity of America's public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations is the US Forest Service.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 52. 

Which type of biome has the temperature (C) and precipitation (mm) indicated in the climatogram below?

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a.
coniferous forest
b.
deciduous forest
c.
tundra
d.
desert
 

 53. 

Which type of biome has the temperature (C) and precipitation (mm) indicated in the climatogram below?

mc053-1.jpg
a.
tropical rainforest
b.
tundra
c.
temperate grassland
d.
desert
 

 54. 

Use the following images and dichotomous key below. Correctly identify organism II.
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a.
Liquidambar
b.
Aesculus
c.
Betula
d.
Carya
 

 55. 

Which type of biome has the temperature (C) and precipitation (mm) indicated in the climatogram below?

mc055-1.jpg
a.
tropical forest
b.
tundra
c.
desert
d.
temperate grassland
 

 56. 

A student found a small unfamiliar animal. It had small ears that are hidden in fur and its tail had hair on it.  The tail was 19 mm long.
Use the following key to identify the animal.

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a.
prairie vole
b.
white-footed mouse
c.
woodland vole
d.
deer mouse
 

 57. 

An animal classification chart is shown below.
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Which pair of animals is most closely related?
a.
swift fox and dog
b.
lion and dog
c.
lion and swift fox
d.
dog and robin
 

 58. 

Use the information in the table below to answer the question that follows.

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Which of the following is a Scientific Name?

a.
Carolina terrapine
b.
Chordata reptilia
c.
Emydidae terrapine
d.
Terrapine carolina
 

 59. 

Organisms are the most similar in the _________ taxonomic group.
a.
species
b.
genus
c.
family
d.
kingdom
 



 
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