This 28 mark EDITABLE QUIZ
with ANSWER KEY contains 1 page of questions. 13 Marks are allotted to matching, 10 marks are allotted to fill in the blank terms, and 5 marks are allotted for short answers. It is a quick way to determine whether or not your students have learned the main terms and concepts taught in this topic. It is also easy and fast to mark.
TERMS AND CONCEPTS COVERED:
The different types of biotic relationships: predation, herbivory, competition, symbiosis, mutualism, commensalism, parasitism. Which organisms are harmed, benefiting or unaffected in these relationships. Parasite. Host. Examples that include: tapeworm and human, clown fish and anemone, crocodile and plover, sea lamprey and fish, hawk and owl, monarch and milkweed, tree and strangler fig, whales and barnacles and gut bacteria and human.
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