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All living things share common characteristics. They are made up of cells, they respond to change, reproduce, have DNA, and use energy. What is one other common characteristic of living things?
a) have fingers b) grow and develope c) live less than 200 years d) breathe air through lungs
Which of the following is the best definition of the word homeostasis?
a) external conditions become unstable as inside conditions change b) internal conditions become unstable as outside conditions change c) maintaining stable external conditons when inside conditions change d) maintaining stable maintaining stable internal conditons when outside conditions change
Which of the following is an example of an external stimulus?
a) thirst b) hunger c) weather d) the need for sleep
Which of the following is an example of an external stimulus that could cause a plant to grow larger?
a) wilting b) the presence of a predator c) abundant sunlight and water d) extremely dry and hot conditions
Living things all share several common characteristics. Which of the following characteristics do all living things share?
a) they all reproduce, they all create energy b) they are all made of cells, they all reproduce c) they all have DNA, they all reproduce sexually d) they all grow and develop, they all create energy
A mushroom grows on a dead, rotting oak tree lying in the forest. Which of the following best describes the tree and the mushroom?
a) The oak tree was a producer, and the mushroom is a producer. b) The oak tree was a consumer, and the mushroom is a consumer. c) The oak tree was a decomposer, and the mushroom is a producer. d) The oak tree was a producer, and the mushroom is a decomposer.
What are the four things that all living things need to survive?
a) water, air, food, and a place to live b) a place to live, light, air, and mobility c) food, water, a place to live, and family d) light, food, sleep, and the ability to hunt
Which of the following is an example of homeostasis?
a) A human body loses too much heat on a cold day, and hypothermia occurs. b) A cactus stores water during wet periods, allowing it to live through dry periods c) A human participates in vigorous activity on a hot day and eventually suffers from dehydration. d) a snake rests in the sun on a summer day, ant its body temperature eventually because too hot for survival.
How do producers get the energy their bodies need to survive?
a) Producers make their own food. b) Producers get energy through burning fossil fuel. c) Producers cannot make their own food and must eat other organisms. d) Producers get energy by breaking down the nutrients in dead organisms.
Which answer below best explains why living things need nutrients?
a) Nutrients, like fungi, enrich soil. b) Nutrients, like food, prevent an animal from feeling hungry. c) Nutrients, like energy from the sun, provide animals with warmth and energy. d) Nutrients, like food, give living things the energy necessary to fuel life process.
What is the genetic material that organisms pass on to their offspring when they reproduce?
a) DNA b) food c) cells d) energy
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