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5 Matching questions

  1. fixed nitrogen
  2. secondary sucsesion
  3. biological clock
  4. hibernation
  5. pioneer species
  1. a nitrogen that has been stuct by lighting or got decomposed by bactiria
  2. b secondary succession occurs on subtance sthat previously supported vegetation before disturbed
  3. c 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
  4. d when animals sleep durring all of winter
  5. e an internal timer that helps organisms stay in step with the rythmic cycles of the enviornment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a cycle that occurs over an over again
  2. to restore or replenish
  3. some events are hurricanes tornados, volcanos, and any other natural disaster
  4. when birds move to a warmer place for winter
  5. it sticks together, it can cut through metal, and it can turn sunlight into food.

5 True/False questions

  1. why are the changes in the ecosystem predictablethey are predictable because that same thing has happened before or they studied taht place for a lon time

          

  2. disturbancean instance of commotion

          

  3. echoloctationa sound wave that is sent by nocturnal animals so they do not bump into walls

          

  4. describe the role of producers consumers anddecmposers in the carbon oxegen cyclethey 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

          

  5. why is it important for matter to be recycled in ecosytemsit is important because we can not make any moore matter then we have and when it runs out there will be nothing left