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10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus - small intestine, large intestine then ...
a) rectum b) mouth c) stomach d) brain
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth then ……..
a) esophagus b) stomach c) small intestine d) large intestine
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus then ...
a) small intestine b) large intestine c) pancreas d) Liver
7. What are some limitations of the bird beak lab
a) the tools were not the sharp as the birds's beak b) the tools were made of metal. c) the tools were similar in shape d) the tools were bought at a store
6. Remember the bird beaks lab. What was the purpose of the lab?
a) how the birds uses its beak to find and eat prey b) how tools are like beaks c) how birds beak helps to fight off predators d) How the color of the bird attaches a mate
4. Some students take care of a vegetable garden. When it is time time to plant in the spring the students leave part of the garden empty in order to observe ecological succession. Which of the following will most likely occur 1st?
a) Development of topsoil b) Growth of weeds and grasses c) Growth of trees d) Development of a stream.
3. Why do birds migrate?
a) The behavior increases the birds' food needs during the winter, when food is scarce. b) to travel and see the world c) The behavior reduces the birds' food needs during the winter, when food is scarce. d) its cold and they do like snow
2. How does a fire effect a forrest, years later?
a) Secondary succession allows grasses, shrubs, and organisms to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem . b) Secondary succession allows trees and organisms to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem . c) Secondary succession allows lichens, mosses, grasses to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem . d) Primary succession allows grasses, shrubs, and organisms to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem .
What is the role of the various pioneer species that appear first in the ecological succession of the burned forest?
a) The pioneer species colonize and modify the forest floor, allowing other species to move into the area. b) The secondary species colonize and modify the forest floor, allowing other species to move into the area. c) Secondary succession allows grasses, shrubs, and organisms to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem . d) The pioneer species allows grasses, shrubs, and organisms to thrive making the forest a healthy ecosystem .
1. Why is it important for lichens, mosses, grasses and weeds grow 1st?
a) Moss, lichens, and small plants helped destroy predators b) Moss, lichens, and small plants increased the amount of rain c) Moss, lichens, and small plants increased the amount of sunlight d) Moss, lichens, and small plants helped to form soil
Name one abiotic factor these flowers and grasses might compete for
a) water b) food c) air d) trees
Characteristics: 1. multicellular 2. autotrophic 3. cell walls 4. cell nuclei 5. reproduce sexually or asexually.
a) fungi b) eubacteria c) plantae d) animalla
Hydra is very small asexual animal. Which of the following best describes a hydra bud?
a) A hydra bud contains genetic material from its 2 parents b) A hydra bud is genetic identical to the parent hydra c) A hydra bud has different mutations than the parent hydra d) A hydra bud has half as much genetic material as the parent hydra
When organisms are crossed with the intention of producing offspring with specific desirable traits, it is called
a) natural selection b) selective breeding c) gene d) chromosome
10. Digestion order – food Enters the mouth - esophagus - small intestine then ...
a) large intestine b) pancreas c) Liver d) gallbadder
Which is not part of cell Theory
a) All cell have a cell wall b) All cells arise from pre-existing cells c) All cells are capable of photosynthesis d) All cell can develop into other type of cell
Plants use energy from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugar. Which structure is found only in plant cells and helps capture energy from sunlight?
a) vacuole b) Nucleus c) chloroplast d) cell membrane
Which of following is not Abotic?
a) fire b) air c) fungi d) pollution
Which of following is not Abotic?
a) flowers b) water c) sun d) oxygen
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