5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- conservation biologist
- half life
- a Low concentrations of dissolved oxygen in water
- b Study the loss, protection, and restoration of biodiversity
Humans are dividing habitat into small, isolated patches.
Corridors of habitat can link patches.
- c Used by plants to store energy, Animals eat plants to acquire it
- d Consists of all the planet's living organisms and the abiotic (nonliving) portions of the environment with which they interact.
- e The amount of time it takes for one-half of the atoms to give off radiation and decay
5 Multiple choice questions
- Deoxyribonucleic acid and ribonucleic acid, carry the hereditary information of organisms
- A atom's nucleus is surrounded by negatively charged particles
- Combinations of two or more atoms that bond together
- The nature of energy changes from a more-ordered to a less-ordered state if no force counteracts this tendency
- A system's output can serve as input to that same system, a circular process.
5 True/False questions
precipitation → Condensation of water vapor as rain or snow returns water from the air to Earth's surface
carbon cycle → Describes the routes that carbon atoms take through the environment
law of conservation of matter → Matter may be transformed from one type of substance into others, but it cannot be created or destroyed
patches → Ecosystems, communities, or habitat form the landscape and are distributed in complex patterns (a mosaic)
nucleic acid → Directs the production of proteins