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Twenty Questions Science Review Chapter 1: Lessons 1 & 2
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1. What do all organisms need to live and grow? Energy and matter
2. Everything that surrounds and affects an organism… Its environment…
3. Which area has wet, mild winters, but very hot, dry summers? Chaparral
4. How are rivers different from oceans. Rivers have freshwater
5. What is an organism? A living thing…
6. What are all the organisms in an ecosystem called? A community
7. What are all members of one kind of organism in a community? A population
8. What is made up of all the living and nonliving things that interact in an area ? An ecosystem
9. What is the name of the zone where the temperature rarely gets very hot or very cold? Temperate Zone
10. Which type of ecosystem is found in warm, tropical salt water? Coral reef
11. Which ecosystem has a lot of rain? Rain Forest
12. Rock… Living or non-living? Nonliving
13. Soil… Living or non-living? Non-living
14.Tree… Living or non-living?? Living
15. Water Living or non-living? Non-living
16. True or False? A desert has a lot of rain False
17. True or False? A glacier is made of salt water False
18. True or False? An insect is a living thing True
19. True or False? Everything that surrounds and affects an organism is its climate. False
True or False? 20. A desert is an area where the temperature rarely gets very hot or very cold. False.
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