5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Independent variable
- effects of urbanizaion on wetland ecology
- a Loss of wetlands as areas is filled for subdivisions. Increased nutrients in waterways from lawn fertilizers and herbicides, increased disposal of waste, further loss of wetlands as services (shopping centers, utilities, etc. move to area to provide for increased population
- b 4 types; Freshwater- water not salty, Has most diverse plant and animal life, Intermediate- slightly salty mixed with fresh water, Plants can tolerate slightly salty water, Provide nursery for shrimp, crabs, and some fish, Brackish- moderately salty, Saltwater- highest salinity, Very few plants, Redfish, speckled trout, blue crabs, and shrimp must move in and out of the salt marsh during their life cycle in order to survive
- c what you are going to make different in an experiment
- d one reactant is broken down into 2 or more products
- e ...
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease
- High levels of nutrients are discharged into a waterway. This encourages plant and algae growth. When the plants and algae die, bacteria break them down. The bacteria use oxygen to do this and the oxygen levels go down. Animals and other organisms that live in the water die from lack of oxygen.
- is seen when a mixture makes a beam of light visible.
- Normally, the rivers overflow their banks on a regular basis and leave sediment which rebuilds the land. With levees, this does not happen. The land settles and is not rebuilt.
- instructions you use to complete an experiment
5 True/False Questions
Examples of types of solutions are → Normally, the rivers overflow their banks on a regular basis and leave sediment which rebuilds the land. With levees, this does not happen. The land settles and is not rebuilt.
Single replacement → a compound reacts with an element to form a new
Electron → A particle with no charge located in the nucleus of an atom
Autonomy → independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions
What is the importance of marsh plant roots → You can use your drawings to determine how many atoms of each element will be in each formula. When writing the formulas for ionic bonds, the metal always comes first- It's easy to do this with something like C6H12O6 when each element is separate (balancing equations)