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5 Matching questions

  1. conservation biologist
  2. matter
  3. negative feedback loop
  4. neutrons
  5. polymers
  1. a Organic compounds that combine to form long chains of repeated molecules, building blocks of life
  2. b Particles lacking electric charge
  3. c Study the loss, protection, and restoration of biodiversity
    Humans are dividing habitat into small, isolated patches.
    Corridors of habitat can link patches.
  4. d All material in the universe that has mass and occupies space
  5. e Output that results from a system moving in one direction acts as input that moves the system in the other direction. Input/Output neutralize each others effects, stabilizing the system

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Produce their own food from the sun's energy. Green plants, algae, and cyanobacteria. A.K.A Producers
  2. An increasing state of disorder. For example, burning a log of firewood transforms the log from a highly organized product into light and heat energy, gases, smoke, and carbon ash.
  3. The amount of time it takes for one-half of the atoms to give off radiation and decay
  4. Encompasses all water, salt or fresh, liquid, ice or vapor in the surface bodies, underground, and in the atmosphere
  5. Atoms of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen

5 True/False questions

  1. potential energyEnergy of position


  2. landscape ecologyPotential energy held in the bonds between atoms. Potential energy is changed into kinetic energy to produce motion, action, and heat.


  3. net primary productionEnergy remaining after respiration, used to generate biomass. Available for heterotrophs


  4. zooplanktonNo chemical bonding, but is a mixture of substances (i.e., blood, ocean water)


  5. moleculesProteins, nucleic acid and carbohydrates, lipids are not polymers but are also essential to life, they are all large in size


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