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We eat our favorite foods because they taste good. However, the sense of taste can serve another purpose. Which of the following is a true statement about another use for the sense of taste?
a) You can tell how many important nutrients a food contains by the way it tastes. b) If a food tastes bad, it usually means it should not be eaten because it is very healthy. c) You would likely spit out food that was spoiled and could make you sick because it would not taste good. d) If someone has lost the sense of hearing, the sense of taste can help them to hear sounds again.
During the winter, the food sources that ground squirrels depend on become hard to find. Ground squirrels are able to respond to winter conditions by______.
a) shivering b) sweating c) hibernating d) exercising
Babies eat very often. They grow several inches and gain a lot of weight quickly. They gain more skin, larger bones, and more muscle soon after they are born. This is an example of _____.
a) food contributing to the growth of an organism. b) food providing energy for an organism. c) food being stored in an organism for future use. d) food supporting the healing and repair of an organism.
Grizzly bears are omnivores. This means they eat both plants and meat. In the summer if a grizzly bear is unable to find enough plants to eat, how would the bear most likely to respond?
a) The bears could try to grow plants. b) They will probably go to sleep until winter. c) The bears will most likely hunt more animals for meat to eat. d) The bears may stop eating other animals for meat.
The Sun provides energy. Plants use the energy to make food. How do animals get energy? A. Animals absorb the Sun's energy and make their own food. B. Animals get energy by eating the plants.
a) Animals get energy by eating the plants. b) Animals absorb the Sun's energy and make their own food. c) Animals do not need energy for survival. d) An animal would likely spit out food that was spoiled and could make them sick because it would taste bad.
In order to be classified as food for humans, a substance must be a source of _____.
a) vitamins and nutrients b) protein c) calories d) all of these
One mouse has white fur and the other has brown fur. Which mouse is most likely suited for climbing and living in a tree?
a) Both mice are suited for living in a tree. b) The white mouse is better suited for tree life. c) The brown mouse is better suited for living in a tree. d) Neither mouse could safely live in a tree.
Grass in a meadow is eaten by rabbits. The rabbits eaten by foxes. Suppose all of the foxes in this meadow are killed by hunters. What will most likely happen to the rabbit population?
a) The rabbit population will grow. b) The rabbit population will decrease. c) The rabbit population will not change. d) The rabbit population will soon be all gone.
Small fish are eaten by large fish. Large fish are eaten by bears. Suppose the river that the fish live in becomes polluted and all of the fish die. What will most likely happen to the bear population?
a) The bear population will decrease. b) The bear population will grow. c) The bear population will not change. d) The bear population will grow and then decrease.
Jacob's strong legs can climb rocks, swim, and ride a bike. Which best describes how his body helps him adapt to different activities?
a) He wears a helmet for protection when riding a bike. b) He wears a coat when it is cold outside. c) His body moves in many different ways. d) Sunshine gives him energy to climb.
Many birds in the north will fly south during the winter and return in the spring. Why do they do this?
a) They fly south in the winter to find mates. b) They fly south in the winter to build up their strength. c) They fly south in the winter to avoid predators. d) They fly south in the winter to avoid cold temperatures.
Hummingbirds feed on liquid nectar from the insides of flowers. Which hummingbird has the best features to help it survive?
a) A humming bird with a slightly curved, long beak b) A humming bird with a long, straight beak c) Hummingbirds with both long, curved and long, straight beaks d) Neither humming bird has features to help it feed on flower nectar.
Most of the fish in a freshwater lake produce a certain number of eggs each spring. However, one fish has the ability to carry and lay more fish eggs. This is a ________ advantage that allows for ________.
a) reproductive; the fish to produce more offspring. b) survival; the fish to live longer c) reproductive; the fish to swim faster d) survival; the fish to produce offspring more often
Rabbits are herbivores, which means they only eat plants like grass. Wolves are carnivores, which means they only eat meat. If wolves move into the rabbit habitat, how will this affect the organisms?
a) The change will be helpful to the rabbits and to the grass. b) The change will be helpful to the rabbits but harmful to the grass. c) The change will be harmful to the rabbits but helpful to the grass. d) The change will be harmful to the rabbits and to the grass.
A volcano in Washington erupts and plants, trees, and animals were destroyed. It took several years for animals to be able to survive in the area again. Why couldn't the animals come back the next day?
a) The plants used up all the good air. b) It was too dirty for them to come back. c) The plants and trees were destroyed, so the animals had no food. d) The animals were too scared to come back right away.
A severe drought (an extended period of time with not enough rain) has dried up a river and caused the land to crack. The drought will most likely affect _____.
a) both plants and animals. b) plants, but no animals. c) animals, but not plants. d) neither plants nor animals.
A certain plant lives in a warm, wet climate. These plants have adaptations that help them survive in wet places. What will most likely happen to these plants if their environment changes to hot and dry?
a) Many these plants will die out. b) Many of these plants will grow faster. c) Many of these plants will grow larger. d) These plants will not be affected.
A population of termites lives in the forest, and uses trees for food and resources. If all of the trees are damaged by a large wildfire, how will this likely affect the population of termites?
a) The population of termites will remain the same. b) The termite population will decrease in size. c) The population of termites will double in size. d) The termite population will slightly grow in size.
Kristi lives in Raleigh, in the North Carolina Piedmont region. She is moving to the town of Boone in the North Carolina mountain region. It is the winter season. Which best tells how she might adapt to her new habitat?
a) Kristi will carry fewer books. b) Kristi will drink less water. c) Kristi will wear warmer clothing. d) Kristi will eat less food.
A deer has shorter legs instead of the normal long legs that most deer have. Which best describes how having shorter legs will affect this deer?
a) Shorter legs will have a negative effect because the deer will not be able to run as fast from predators. b) Shorter legs will have a positive effect because the deer will be able to drink and store more water. c) Shorter legs will have a positive effect because the deer will be able to run faster to escape from predators. d) Shorter legs will have a negative effect because the deer will not be able to drink enough water to survive.
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