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Bacteria in swellings on the roots of peanut plants convert____ gas from the air into compounds that plants need to grow.
a) oxygen b) hydrogen c) nitrogen d) Carbon
A(an) ____ is a substance that stimulates the body to produce chemicals that destroy viruses or bacteria.
a) vaccine b) antiobiotic c) hormone d) steriod
The ability to ____ is the only characteristic that viruses share with living organisms.
a) grow b) develope c) breathe d) multiply
An organism can fly, does not lay eggs, has hair, has webbed fingers, and has teeth. Is it a bird or a mammal? Explain why.
a) It is a bird because it can fly and has webbed feet. b) It is a bird because it does not lay eggs. c) It is a mammal because it has teeth and hair. d) It is a mammal because it can fly.
An organism cannot fly, lays eggs, has a diaphragm, has webbed feet, and has a bill. Is it a monotreme, marsupial, or placental mammal ? Explain.why.
a) It is a monotreme because it lays eggs. b) It is a monotreme because it has a diaphragm. c) It is a marsupial because it lays eggs. d) It is a placental mammal because it lays eggs.
An organism can fly, lays eggs, has a gizzard, has webbed feet, and a bill. Is it a bird or a mammal? Explain why.
a) It is a bird because it lays eggs. b) It is a mammal because it has webbed feet. c) It is a bird because it has a gizzard. d) It is a mammal because it has a bill.
A diagram shows that jawless fish were the first vertebrates. Then cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, amphibians, then reptiles. From reptiles both mammals and birds developed respectively. Which vertebrates evolved from reptiles?
a) Birds and Mammals b) Birds and Amphibialns c) Amphibians and Mammals d) Jawless Fishes and Cartilaginous fishes.
A diagram shows that jawless fish were the first vertebrates. Then cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, amphibians, then reptiles. From reptiles both mammals and birds developed respectively. Did birds or mammals appear first?
a) Birds b) Mammals c) Not Applicable d) Not Applicable
List the levels of organization from smallest to largest.
a) organ system, organ, tissue, cell b) cell, tissue, organ system, organ c) cell, tissue, organ, organ system d) organ system, tissue, organ, cell
Why are decomposing bacteria and nitrogen-converting bacteria important to plant farmers?
a) Nitrogen-converting break down organisms and decomposing bacteria converts gas to usable form for plants. b) Decomposers break down organisms and nitrogen-converting bacteria converts gas to usable form for plants. c) Bacteria help farmers make fertilizer. d) Bacteria help farmers pasteurize foods.
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