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Question 1: Biological interactions result from the fact that organisms in an ________ interact with each other.
EcologyEcosystem ecologyEcosystemSystems ecology

Question 2: Most land plants and thus, one might say, the very existence of land ecosystems rely on mutualisms between the plants which fix carbon from the air, and ________ fungi which help in extracting minerals from the ground.
AscomycotaArbuscular mycorrhizaFungusMycorrhiza

Question 3: In ________, biological interactions are the relationships between two species in an ecosystem.
BiologyEcologyBotanyPlant

Question 4: Effects may range from one species eating the other (________), to mutual benefit (mutualism).
HerbivoreApex predatorPredationCarnivore

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  
  Male-male interference competition in red deer.
  Pollination illustrates mutualism between flowering plants and their animal pollinators.
  The black walnut secretes a chemical from its roots that harms neighboring plants, an example of amensalism.

Question 6: When dealing with the complex networks of interactions presented by ________, one cannot assert positively that there is absolutely no competition between or benefit to either species.
EcosystemEcosystem ecologyEcologySystems ecology

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The black walnut secretes a chemical from its roots that harms neighboring plants, an example of amensalism.
  The black walnut secretes a chemical from its roots that harms neighboring plants, an example of amensalism.
  
  Common Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in their Ritteri sea anemone (Heteractis magnifica) home. Both the fish and anemone benefit from this relationship, a case of mutualistic symbiosis.

Question 8: According to ________, this competition within and between species for resources plays a critical role in natural selection.
Introduction to evolutionAdaptationPopulation geneticsModern evolutionary synthesis

Question 9: Examples include cleaner fish, pollination and seed dispersal, gut flora and nitrogen fixation by ________.
PlantBasidiomycotaAscomycotaFungus

Question 10: Mutualism is an interaction between two or more species, where species derive a mutual benefit, for example an increased ________.
Optimum Population TrustCarrying capacityOverpopulationEcological footprint







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