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A hawk in a food chain is a
a) omnivore b) carnivore c) herbivore d) producer
Algae are the major oxygen producers in a water environment. This is an example of an algae\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s __________.
a) habitat b) biome c) natural resource d) niche
A grasshopper in a food chain is a:
a) herbivore b) omnivore c) carnivore d) producer
In a graph that shows a bacterium increasing and then leveling off, what is happening?
a) The bacteria becomes too old to reproduce b) The carrying capacity of the environment is met c) A mutation occurs and causes the bacteria to live longer d) Bacteria is being ingested by decomposers
The deer in a food chain is:
a) omnivore b) carnivore c) herbivore d) decomposer
The following biome is characterized by having evergreen trees, cold winters and grizzly bears.
a) tundra b) taiga c) grassland d) rain forest
Plants are considered ________ because they can create their own energy by using sunlight, water and carbon dioxide.
a) autotrophs b) producers c) both a and b are correct d) none of the above are correct
The South African Burrowing Bullfrog flattens its body and puffs up when approached by a predator. This is an example of ___________.
a) homeostasis b) natural resources c) adaptations d) limiting factor
The following biome is characterized by having a warm, humid climate and contains the world\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s largest area of biodiversity:
a) tundra b) taiga c) grassland d) rain forest
Which of the following is the first stage in a primary succession?
a) Water begins to fill the cracks of the new rocks. b) Lava cools into an area of rock. c) Forest area develops and climax community forms. d) Forest and plant spores begin to grow in the soil pockets.
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