Final Exam Review!

Final Exam Review!

Final Exam Review! Use the following slides/ activities to help you review for the final exam Reminder:

Test dates A- Day: May 17th 2018 B-Day: May 18th 2018 Ecology

Slide 1: Use the pictures below to answer questions 1-3 on your review Slide 2: Use the following food web to

answer questions 4-7 Slide 3: Use the link below if you need a bit more help for the symbiotic relationships

https://medium.com/countdown-education/6-ty pes-of-symbiotic-relationships-explained-with-ex amples-2042042fff49 Slide 4: Record your answers on your notes

sheet: a._________________________: The roots of a mistletoe plant absorb nutrients from living oak trees, causing damage to the tissues of the trees. b. _________________________: Protozoa living in the intestine of a termite secrete enzymes that digest cellulose, providing digestive end products of value to both organisms.

c. _________________________: A tapeworm living in the digestive system of a cat. d. _________________________: An orchid uses a high tree branch as a place of attachment to receive more sunlight; the tree is not affected by the orchid. e. _________________________: A bee pollinating a flower and a flower providing nectar (food) to the bee. f. _________________________: A mosquito bites a human.

g. _________________________: Nitrogen-fixing bacteria in the root nodule of a legume plant convert nitrogen into a usable form. In return, the bacteria get a place to live. h. _________________________: A lichen is composed of an alga and fungus living together. Both benefit each other. i. _________________________: A tick gets food from the blood it removes from a deer. j. _________________________: Cattle egrets forage in pastures and fields among cattle, feeding on the insects stirred up by the

movement of grazing animals. The egrets do not affect the cattle. Slide 5: Use the links below to practice biome and climograph matching. Use the button at the bottom of the screen to check your answers!

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Experiments/ Biome/graphmatch_basic.php https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Experiments/

Biome/graphmatch_advanced.php Slide 6: Use the graph below to answer the questions on your worksheet.

Air and Energy Slide 7: Use the map below to help answer the questions

Slide 8: Use images below to help you compare and contrast the fossil fuels Slide 9: Use the website link below to help you complete the chart.

https://alternativeneregy.weebly.com/ Soils

Slide 10: Use the picture below to fill out your chart on your sheet Slide 11: Use the soil texture triangle to answer the questions on your sheet

Slide 12: Use the link below to examine the types of weathering and complete you chart. http://www.ux1.eiu.edu/~

cfjps/1300/weathering.html Aquatics Slide 13: Play the water cycle game below ON

MUTE to review the water cycle https://www.brainpop.com/games/watercyclega me /

Slide 14: Use the information below to answer questions a-g on your w.s. Slide 15: Use the link below to help you

identify the fins on your fish https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_fin Forestry

Slide 16: Use the online key to help you key out the leaves https://www.arborday.org/trees/whattree/

Slide 17: Use the image below to help you identify the types of succession Slide 18: Use the image below to help you

identify the stages present in succession Go to the class website and work on the quizlets

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