5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why would it be important that birds and other animals be "told by their biological clocks" when to migrate?
- pioneer species
- How do biological clocks affect organisms? Give 3 examples of events controlled by a biological clock.
- a to restore or replenish
- b it is important so that when it starts to snow they can be far out of that place so that they do not freeze to death
- c to use again in the original form or with minimal alteration
- d pioneer species is when mosses and lichen plus algae and fungus plus other abiotic factors like wind and water start to "normalize" the habitat and break it down
- e they effect organisms for three reasons one it tells them when it is time to wake up go to sleep and tell them what to do
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- it could help them because it could tell them when they need yo start gatering food so it could create fat on the body for winter
- the similarities are that they both come of living organizms and that both the air in there body goes up as water vapor
- This plan can not work since mongooses are diarnul and only active durring the day. The mice are nocturtnal so the mongooses can not see them since they will be asleep
- Primary succession is when plant life occurs in an environment in which new it avoids vegetation and usually lacks soil and kills everything arond it
- a cycle that assures humans fresh water to drink.
5 True/False Questions
describe some events that can dirupt an ecosystem → it sticks together, it can cut through metal, and it can turn sunlight into food.
Describe some external/environmental cues and internal cues that "signal" organisms to anticipate and prepare for environmental changes. → some events are hurricanes tornados, volcanos, and any other natural disaster
condensation → when animals sleep durring all of winter
4. Describe how grunion are influenced by lunar cycles. → they are effected by lunar cycles because the moon makes the tide go up so the fish go up and then breed in the sand at high tide
hibernation → when birds move to a warmer place for winter