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Ecosystems, Photosynthesis and Respiration Review November 17, 2009
A ___________ is a group of different species that live together in one area. A.Community B.Population C.Organism D.Ecosystem E.Biome
O 2 represents A.Glucose B.Energy C.Carbon dioxide D.Water E.Oxygen
_________ is the process by which an organism forms carbohydrates using chemicals, rather than light, as an energy source. A.Chemosynthesis B.Photosynthesis C.Cellular Respiration
An ___________ includes all of the organisms as well as climate, soil, water, rocks, and other nonliving things in a given area. A.Community B.Population C.Organism D.Ecosystem E.Biome
Beavers, Grizzly Bears, and Sea Otters are all examples of? A.Abiotic Factors B.Biodiversity C.Keystone Species D.Biotic Factors
The act of carefully watching something over time is known as ____. A.Observation B.Computer Models C.Enlightenment D.Experiment
A ________ is a group of the same species that lives in one area. A.Community B.Population C.Organism D.Ecosystem E.Biome
Living things in an ecosystem are known as _________. A.Abiotic Factors B.Biodiversity C.Keystone Species D.Biotic Factors
Organisms that get their energy from nonliving resources or that they make their own food are called: A.Consumers B.Autotrophs C.Producers D.Heterotrophs
When scientists are able to describe and model nature without the natural setting, they are using? A.Observation B.Computer Models C.Enlightenment D.Experiment
A _________ is a major regional or global community of organisms. A.Community B.Population C.Organism D.Ecosystem E.Biome
In the equations, the reactants of cellular respiration are the _____ of photosynthesis. A.Reactants B.Products
H 2 O represents A.Glucose B.Energy C.Carbon dioxide D.Water E.Oxygen
Nonliving things in an ecosystem are known as _________. A.Abiotic Factors B.Biodiversity C.Keystone Species D.Biotic Factors
A __________ is an individual living thing. A.Community B.Population C.Organism D.Ecosystem E.Biome
C 6 H 12 O 6 represents A.Glucose B.Energy C.Carbon dioxide D.Water E.Oxygen
______ is a two stage process that animals use to produce carbon dioxide and water. A.Chemosynthesis B.Photosynthesis C.Cellular Respiration
CO 2 represents A.Glucose B.Energy C.Carbon dioxide D.Water E.Oxygen
When scientists work in natural & unnatural settings they performing a(n) A.Observation B.Computer Models C.Enlightenment D.Experiment
A Rain Forest has a high level of? A.Abiotic Factors B.Biodiversity C.Keystone Species D.Biotic Factors
In the equations, the products of photosynthesis are the ________ of cellular respiration. A.Reactants B.Products
Organisms that get their energy by eating other living or once-living resources, such as plants or animals are called: A.Consumers B.Autotrophs C.Producers D.Heterotrophs
Photosynthesis occurs when the sun hits the ____. A.Chloroplast B.Chlorophyll C.Mitochondria
_________ is a two stage process that green plants, cyanobacteria, and some protists use to produce energy. A.Chemosynthesis B.Photosynthesis C.Cellular Respiration
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