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The change in the genetic characteristics in a population from one generation to the next
a) evolution b) natural selection c) artificial selection d) resistance
A process that causes the characteristics of a population to change in a way controlled by humans
a) evolution b) natural selection c) artificial selection d) resistance
A trait that increases an organism’s chance of survival is a(n)
a) adaptation b) resistance c) natural selector d) artificial selector
A trait unintentionally selected by humans is
a) resitance b) artificial selection c) natural selection d) adaptation
The process that causes the characteristics of a population to change without human control is
a) natural selection b) artificial selection c) evolution d) adaptation
Many ____________ depend on animals for pollinating their flowers
a) angiosperms b) gymnosperms c) mosses d) ferns
A type of invertebrate that are generally small, allowing them to live on little food and hide from enemies are
a) insects b) mollusks c) angiosperms d) gymnosperms
Vertebrates are animals that have
a) a backbone b) appendages c) no backbone d) phalanges
Athletes foot is caused by
a) a fungus. b) a bacteri. c) a moss. d) a gymnosperm.
_________ and ____________ are considered lower plants
a) ferns and mosses b) algae and mosses c) gymnosperms and ferns d) angiosperms and gymnosperms
An example of an abiotic factor is
a) air b) grass c) chickadees d) oak trees
An example of a biotic factor is
a) sand b) the sun c) a sycamore d) water
What is the unequal survival that results from the presence or absence of particular traits.
a) natural selection b) artificial selection c) resistance d) adaptation
A place that contains everything an organisms needs is a(n)
a) habitat b) adaptation c) ecosystem d) population
An ecosystem contains
a) biotic and abiotic factors b) only biotic factors c) only abiotic factors d) neither biotic or abiotic factors
Algae are
a) protists. b) bacteria. c) gymnosperms. d) angiosperms.
Bacteria that are not longer killed by an antibiotic hace developed
a) resistance b) algae c) interdependance d) dependance
____________are single-celled organisms with cell walls but no nuclei.
a) bacteria b) protists c) mosses d) algae
The base of most food webs in aquatic environments is
a) algae b) moss c) angiosperms d) gymnosperms
Fungi and bacteria
a) break down dead and decaying matter in the ecosystem. b) are the base of many food chains because they can make food from the sun. c) only live in aquatic environments. d) have no nuclei.
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