5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- atomic number
- a Simple carbohydrates, 3-7 carbons long. Glucose: provides energy for cells
- b Atoms of each element that have a defined number of protons
- c Condensation of water vapor as rain or snow returns water from the air to Earth's surface
- d Organic compounds that combine to form long chains of repeated molecules, building blocks of life
- e Organelles where photosynthesis occurs
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- 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.
- The study of how landscape structure affects the abundance, distribution, and interaction of organisms
- All organisms and non-living entities occurring and interacting in a particular area. Animals, plants, water, soil, nutrients, etc.
- Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy by autotrophs
5 True/False questions
eutrophication → Process of nutrient overenrichment, blooms of algae, increased production of organic matter, and subsequent ecosystem degradation
hypoxia → Where nutrients remain for varying amounts of time
transpiration → Water moves from aquatic and land systems to air
feedback loop → A system's output can serve as input to that same system, a circular process.
DNA and RNA → Particles lacking electric charge