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  1. echoloctation
  2. Mongooses, diurnal animals similar to weasels and ferrets, were brought into Hawaii by sugar-can growers. The sugar-cane growers hoped that the mongooses would kill the rats that were eating sugar cane at night. Explain why this plan did not work.
  3. why does secondary sucsession occur more rapidly
  4. fixed nitrogen
  5. nitrate
  1. a 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
  2. b a plant that has little bumps in the bottom that fertalize the soil
  3. c nitrogen that has been stuct by lighting or got decomposed by bactiria
  4. d it occurs most rapidly because there is less to burn down
  5. e a sound wave that is sent by nocturnal animals so they do not bump into walls

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the process of turning a solid to a liquid
  2. the interval in a 24-hour period during which a plant or animal is exposed to light.
  3. an instance of commotion
  4. it will take a few days to get used to the the time change and diffrence. Also, it can make you wake uo eirleir, disrupt your sleep patterns and make you feel depresed
  5. when water hits a surface that it can not sink into so it slides off

5 True/False questions

  1. renewwhen water hits a surface that it can not sink into so it slides off


  2. biological clockan internal timer that helps organisms stay in step with the rythmic cycles of the enviornment


  3. migrationwhen birds move to a warmer place for winter


  4. 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


  5. ecological sucsesionEcological succession describes the natural changes that occur in ecosystems.