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Alice wrote down four ideas about earthworm behavior that she wanted to test. Which idea can be tested experimentally?
a) Earthworms like the taste of dirt better than sand. b) Earthworms will move away from direct light sources. c) Earthworms exist to decompose decaying materials. d) Earthworms are happier in black dirt than red dirt.
Which is an example of mutualism?
a) the relationship between a tapeworm and a human b) the relationship between a sea anemone and a hermit crab c) the relationship between an imperial shrimp and a sea cucumber d) the relationship between a snake and a mouse
In which kind of relationship does one organism benefit, while the other is unaffected?
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d) competition
Which is an example of parasitism?
a) the relationship between a flea and a cat b) the relationship between fungi and algae in lichen c) the relationship between a coral snake and a king snake d) the relationship between a sea anemone and a hermit crab
A red-billed oxpecker sits on an impala antelope\'s head and picks off insects. What kind of relationship is this?
a) parasitism b) commensalism c) mutualism d) competition
Which statement best describes a migrator?
a) It must travel great distances to survive. b) It mates and gives birth in different regions. c) It can live on many different food sources. d) It requires moderate temperatures.
What is the most likely reason it may be dangerous for an animal to arouse from hibernation when the ground is still covered in snow?
a) It may not be able to find food. b) It may not be able to increase its heart rate. c) It may not be able to mate for some time. d) It may not be able to keep itself warm.
What is the most likely reason a drop in temperature could be dangerous to a hibernator?
a) A hibernator\'s body temperature may become too low, putting it in danger of freezing to death. b) A hibernator may not be able to get any oxygen when it breathes if the temperature is too low. c) A hibernator may go into such a deep hibernation that it is unable to arouse, even once temperature d) A hibernator\'s metabolism may return to normal to keep it warm, causing it to run out of fat reserv
Which statement best explains why an organism\'s vital functions decrease during torpor?
a) A decrease in vital functions prevents the organism from eating. b) A decrease in vital functions raises the organism\'s body temperature. c) A decrease in vital functions helps the organism conserve energy. d) A decrease in vital functions allows the organism to enter a deep sleep.
Blackberry seeds are located inside their fruit. How do blackberry seeds most likely spread to new locations?
a) by being shaken out by wind b) by catching onto animal fur c) by traveling along water currents d) by being digested by animals
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