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1 1.4.8 Nutrient Recycling Human Impact on an Ecosystem Follow-Me – iQuiz

2 Q. What is meant by nitrogen fixation? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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4 Q. Name an important group of biomolecules that plants make from nitrates. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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6 Q. The term used to describe micro-organisms and other organisms that return nutrients to the environment by decay is … Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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8 Q. Explain the term ectoparasite. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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10 Q. What is meant by nitrification? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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12 Q. Farmers add nitrates as fertilizers to the soil, but not when heavy rain is forecast. Why not? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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14 Q. Name a group of organisms involved in nitrogen fixation. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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16 Q. Explain the term decomposition. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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18 Q. Why are elements recycled in nature? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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20 Q. What is meant by pollution? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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22 Q. Give an example of a human activity that results in the pollution of air. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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24 Q. Explain conservation in relation to wild plants and animals. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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26 Q. State one conservation practice from agriculture. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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28 Q. Suggest two reasons for conserving wild species. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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30 Q. State one conservation practice from fisheries. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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32 Q. Outline the problems associated with the disposal of waste. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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34 Q. State one conservation practice from forestry. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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36 Q. Suggest two ways of minimising waste. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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38 Q. Give an example of the use of micro-organisms in waste management. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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40 Q. Give an advantage for the incineration of domestic waste. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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42 Q. Suggest why continual monitoring of the environment is valuable. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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44 Q. Give a disadvantage for the incineration of domestic waste. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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46 Q. Give an example of a human activity that results in the pollution of water. Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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48 Q. Why is waste management becoming an increasingly difficult problem? Amount of waste greatly reduced; Useable heat; Reduced landfill Control of fertiliser usage Decaying; Rotting Converting ammonia into nitrites and/or nitrites to nitrates Conversion of nitrogen into nitrates Harmful products produced Harmful addition to the environment by humans Fertiliser may be washed off the land; Eutrophication Decomposers Landfill sites; Sewage treatment plants; Digesters; Compost heaps Plant trees Protection, preservation and wise management of endangered plants and animals Proteins Increasing population & consumption; Too little recycling; Shortage of landfill sites Toxicity; Non-biodegradable; Pollute rivers; Availability of land-fill; Incineration causes toxins Reduce; Recycle; Re-use Recreational; Food supplies; Possible sources of drugs; Prevent extinction; Biodiversity To detect change(s) early; To remedy effect of change; To detect levels of pollutants Bacteria; Monera; Lichens; Clover; Legumes Limited supply; Reused Burning fossil fuels Organism living on host causing damage Control of mesh size

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