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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. sugars
  2. polymers
  3. chloroplasts
  4. precipitation
  5. atomic number
  1. a Simple carbohydrates, 3-7 carbons long. Glucose: provides energy for cells
  2. b Atoms of each element that have a defined number of protons
  3. c Condensation of water vapor as rain or snow returns water from the air to Earth's surface
  4. d Organic compounds that combine to form long chains of repeated molecules, building blocks of life
  5. e Organelles where photosynthesis occurs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The process of turning light energy from the sun into chemical energy Carbon dioxide + water + sun's energy is converted into sugars and high-quality energy.
    Low-quality energy is turned into high-quality energy.
  2. Rather than stabilizing a system, they drive it further toward an extreme. E.g. Can occur with the process of erosion, the removal of soil by water or wind.
  3. The study of how landscape structure affects the abundance, distribution, and interaction of organisms
  4. All organisms and non-living entities occurring and interacting in a particular area. Animals, plants, water, soil, nutrients, etc.
  5. Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy by autotrophs

5 True/False questions

  1. eutrophicationProcess of nutrient overenrichment, blooms of algae, increased production of organic matter, and subsequent ecosystem degradation

          

  2. hypoxiaWhere nutrients remain for varying amounts of time

          

  3. transpirationWater moves from aquatic and land systems to air

          

  4. feedback loopA system's output can serve as input to that same system, a circular process.

          

  5. DNA and RNAParticles lacking electric charge

          

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