Task: Please select options from the list below that will best help you prepare for the upcoming test.
Please Use the Following Learning Targets to Guide Your Choices:
be able to develop an understanding of the interdependence of the
variety of populations, communities, and ecosystems in the Great Lakes
Region and Beyond.
be able to list examples of populations, communities, and ecosystems in the Great Lakes Region.
able to describe how human beings are part of the ecosystem of the
Earth and that human activity can purposefully, or accidentally, alter
the balance in ecosystems.
able to describe common patterns of relationships between and among
populations (competition, parasitism, symbiosis, predator/prey).
be able to predict how changes in one population might affect other populations based upon their relationships in the food web.
be able to identify the living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) components of an ecosystem.
be able to identify the factors in an ecosystem that influence changes in population size.
able to classify organisms (producers, consumers, and decomposers)
based on their source of energy for growth and development.
be able to distinguish between the ways in which consumers and decomposers obtain energy.
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