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Which of these is an abiotic factor?
a) a raccoon b) a pine tree c) sunlight d) a beetle
The process that is almost the reverse of photosynthesis is ___.
a) migration b) fertilization c) respiration d) metamorphosis
Where would you find organisms that produce food by chemosynthesis?
a) in a deep part of the ocean b) in desert biomes c) in deciduous rain forest biomes d) in treetops
Grass uses photosynthesis to produce ___.
a) water b) evaporation c) fewer offspring d) sugar molecules
Nonliving physical features of the environment are called ___.
a) abiotic factors b) biotic factors c) food chains d) carbon cycles
One possible result of extra carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is ___.
a) an increase in the number of carnivores on Earth b) a rise in average temperatures on Earth c) a decrease in the amount of water on Earth d) a decrease in the amount of nitrogen in the soil
DNA in organisms is formed by ___.
a) nucleic acids b) acid-base reactions c) biotic factors d) hydrochloric acid
Which of these organisms is the first step in a food chain?
a) producers b) mammals c) consumers d) amphibians
Features of the environment that are alive now or once were alive are called ___.
a) biotic factors b) abiotic factors c) food webs d) nitrogen cycles
Which of these can add nitrogen to the soil?
a) compost b) glass c) plastic d) paper
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