Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Life Boot Camp 5.9D Identify the significance of the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle to the survival of plants and animals. carbon dioxide oxygen carbon dioxide.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Life Boot Camp 5.9D Identify the significance of the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle to the survival of plants and animals. carbon dioxide oxygen carbon dioxide."— Presentation transcript:

1 Life Boot Camp 5.9D Identify the significance of the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle to the survival of plants and animals. carbon dioxide oxygen carbon dioxide

2 STAAR 2013 #42; RC 4; Supporting 1. Many types of plants grow in a forest ecosystem. How do plants affect the air that forest animals breathe? F. Plants use oxygen from the air to make food. G. Plants release pollution into the air. H. Plants release energy from the sun into the air. J. Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air.

3

4 TAKS 2003—#19 (56%) 2. Which gas in the air would increase if a large number of trees were cut down? A Carbon dioxide B Nitrogen C Oxygen D Water vapor

5

6 3. Which process is illustrated in the following system? Food Production in Plants A The Nitrogen Cycle BPhotosynthesis C Phototropism D The Water Cycle Energy (sunlight) Carbon Dioxide Oxygen Water

7 3. Which process is illustrated in the following system? Food Production in Plants A The Nitrogen Cycle BPhotosynthesis C Phototropism D The Water Cycle Energy (sunlight) Carbon Dioxide Oxygen Water

8 4. During which of the following processes does a plant use sunlight to produce its own food? AMigration BHibernation CMetamorphosis DPhotosynthesis

9

10 5. Which of the following gases do plants use in photosynthesis? A Hydrogen B Oxygen C Carbon dioxide D Carbon monoxide

11

12 6. Which gas is given off by plants during the carbon dioxide/oxygen cycle? AHydrogen BNitrogen COxygen DHelium

13

14 7. What effect might large forest fires have on the air in that general area? AThe levels of gases in the air increase. BCarbon dioxide levels increase while oxygen levels decrease. CCarbon dioxide levels decrease while oxygen levels increase. DLevels of oxygen and carbon dioxide remain the same.

15

16 8. Plants use different compounds to complete the process of photosynthesis. What gas do plants give off as a waste product during photosynthesis? ACarbon dioxide BNitrogen COxygen DWater

17

18 9. An increase in the average level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is most likely caused by an increase in the — A extinctions of animals B plant life on Earth C number of large forest fires D number of solar-powered homes

19

20 10. Plants use sunlight and take in carbon dioxide from the air and water from the environment to make food. In this process, they release oxygen back into the environment. How is this important to the survival of other living things? A Plants use this oxygen to make water. B People need this oxygen to make electricity. C Animals use oxygen for food. D Living things need oxygen for respiration.

21

22 11. Green plants are important to animals because the plants— Aconsume food and give off oxygen Bconsume food and give off carbon dioxide Cproduce food and give off oxygen Dproduce food and give off carbon dioxide

23

24 12. In an ecosystem, which group of organisms puts a large amount of oxygen into the air? AAnimals BBacteria CFungi DPlants

25

26 13. In a forest, how do decomposers help other organisms survive? AThey release oxygen into the air that animals breathe. BThey put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. CThey provide shelter in forests where animals can hide. DThey use sunlight to make food for plants and animals.

27

28 14. Which gas is given off by plants in the carbon cycle? AHydrogen BNitrogen COxygen DHelium

29

30 15. Where do the consumers in the carbon cycle get the carbon compound that they need for survival? AFrom decomposers BFrom eating plants CFrom the soil DFrom carbon dioxide in the air

31

32 16. Carbon dioxide is used by— Aanimals during respiration Banimals, plants, and fungi during respiration Cplants during photosynthesis Dplants and fungi during transpiration

33

34 18. Living plants and fish are shown in the aquarium. These plants are providing the fish with— Awater Blight Coxygen Dcarbon dioxide

35

36 19. Plants take in carbon dioxide gas and use it to make sugars. Through this process, they release oxygen, which animals need. Which of the following activities could increase the amount of oxygen released into the air? AReplacing every tree that is cut down with two new trees BClearing plants to build parking lots, homes, and malls CSupporting population growth in plant-eating animals DSetting stronger air pollution standards.

37

38 20. Which part of the carbon cycle is responsible for providing food to eat and oxygen to breathe for animals? AEvaporation BMigration CPhotosynthesis DRespiration

39

40 21. The picture illustrates the process by which plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to make sugar. Oxygen and water are given off in the process as waste products. The process by which plants make their own food is called— Atranspiration Bosmosis Cphotosynthesis Drespiration

41

42 22. What do plants give off as a waste product during photosynthesis? ACarbon dioxide BNitrogen COxygen DWater

43

44 23. In the picture above, what gas is being released by the plant into the test tube? ACarbon dioxide BHydrogen COxygen DNitrogen

45

46 24. In the diagram above, what is represented by the Z? ACarbon Dioxide BWater CMinerals DOxygen

47


Download ppt "Life Boot Camp 5.9D Identify the significance of the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle to the survival of plants and animals. carbon dioxide oxygen carbon dioxide."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google