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the process in which matter changes state from gas to liquid
a) condensation b) precipitation c) evaporation d) not doing homeworkation
the slow changing of a liquid into a gas
a) evaporation b) consumer c) condensation d) respiration
Any form of water particles that falls from the atmosphere and reaches the ground.
a) precipitation b) evaporation c) respiration d) condensation
the loss of water through a plant’s leaves. 
a) transpiration b) condensation c) evaporation d) transportation
The food-making process in green plants that uses sunlight. 
a) photosynthesis b) respiration c) transpiration d) elaporation
breathing in oxygen and breathing out carbon dioxide
a) respiration b) nitrification c) evaporation d) Travisation
warming of Earth's surface and the air above it. It is caused by gases in the air that trap energy from the sun.
a) Greenhouse Effect b) Butterfly Effect c) transpiration d) producer
This is the process by which ammonium gets changed into nitrates by bacteria. Nitrates are what the plants can then absorb.
a) nitrification b) producer c) consumer d) evaporation
Nitrogen gas is fixed, or changed into forms of nitrogen that plants can use. These forms are nitrates or ammonia.
a) Nitrogen Cycle b) Carbon Cycle c) Water Cycle d) CLICK HERE!!!
An organism that makes its own food. (plants)
a) producer b) consumer c) decomposer d) 5th grader
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