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Could You Pass A 9th Grade AP Biology Test?

Do you think you've got the knowledge and aptitude to pass a 9th grade AP biology test? You may just be surprised! Take this quiz and find out if you could still pass 9th grade biology!
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What is the scientific study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment?
Botany
Biology
Ecology

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What is the biotic factor?
The living things in an ecosystem
The genetics of a given organism
The biology of all living creatures

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An animal that feeds on green plants is known as a....
Eco-species
Carnivore
Consumer

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The amount of time needed for a population to double in size is known as...
Half life
Doubling time
The rule of two

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The study of human population size, density, and distribution is known as...
Populous
Geography
Demography

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The first species to populate a given area is known as the....
Pioneer species
Original species
Native species

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The series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time are known as....
Primary succession
Secondary succession
Ecological succession

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The number of organisms an ecosystem can support indefinitely is known as the....
Slow life history
Rapid life history
Carrying capacity

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Each step in a food chain or food web is known as a....
Genus
Trophic level
Classification

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Organisms that rely on other sources for food are known as....
Autotrophs
Biotrophs
Heterotrophs

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A symbiotic relationship where both species benefit is known as....
Bisymbosis
Mutualism
Parasitism

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A place where an organism lives is known as its....
Niche
Habitat
Abiotic factor

C+, AP Biology Bust

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Based on the results of this quiz, we have a bit of an AP biology bust on our hands! Though you may know the basics of biology, these 12 questions left you scratching your head. Worry not, at least you learned something new along the way!

B+, AP Biology Knowledgable

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Based on the results of this quiz, you could certainly pass 9th grade AP biology. While a few of these questions proved difficult for you, it's clear that you have a strong base knowledge when it comes to biology.

A+, AP Biology Ace

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It's obvious that you could pass AP biology with flying colors. Not only are you well versed in biology, but we suspect this quiz is just the beginning of your biology knowledge. Keep up the good work and never stop learning!
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1
What is the scientific study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment?
Botany
Biology
Ecology
2
What is the biotic factor?
The living things in an ecosystem
The genetics of a given organism
The biology of all living creatures
3
An animal that feeds on green plants is known as a....
Eco-species
Carnivore
Consumer
4
The amount of time needed for a population to double in size is known as...
Half life
Doubling time
The rule of two
5
The study of human population size, density, and distribution is known as...
Populous
Geography
Demography
6
The first species to populate a given area is known as the....
Pioneer species
Original species
Native species
7
The series of predictable changes that occur in a community over time are known as....
Primary succession
Secondary succession
Ecological succession
8
The number of organisms an ecosystem can support indefinitely is known as the....
Slow life history
Rapid life history
Carrying capacity
9
Each step in a food chain or food web is known as a....
Genus
Trophic level
Classification
10
Organisms that rely on other sources for food are known as....
Autotrophs
Biotrophs
Heterotrophs
11
A symbiotic relationship where both species benefit is known as....
Bisymbosis
Mutualism
Parasitism
12
A place where an organism lives is known as its....
Niche
Habitat
Abiotic factor

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