5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- why is there a greater effect if trees are cut down then being burned down
- 2. How might having biological clocks be better for organisms than simple responding to changes in the environment as they happen? Give an example.
- How do biological clocks affect organisms? Give 3 examples of events controlled by a biological clock.
- climax community
- describe 3 things that make water so specail
- a if trees are cut down not as much carbon would come out of them but if you burn it it will release a sink full of carbon
- b it sticks together, it can cut through metal, and it can turn sunlight into food.
- c 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
- d Climax community is a place when all organizms are balanced.
- 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
- an animal that is awake during the day and a sleep at night
- an instance of commotion
- 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
- a plant that has little bumps in the bottom that fertalize the soil
- when water comes from the roots of plants or trees and gets heated up by hot air that turns to water vapor
5 True/False questions
runoff → when water hits a surface that it can not sink into so it slides off
explain the similarities beteween evaporation, tranpiration, and respiration → the similarities are that they both come of living organizms and that both the air in there body goes up as water vapor
why does secondary sucsession occur more rapidly → secondary succession occurs on subtance sthat previously supported vegetation before disturbed
hydrolgical cycle → an internal timer that helps organisms stay in step with the rythmic cycles of the enviornment
migration → when animals sleep durring all of winter