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1 The plenty of overlapping food chains in one ecosystem make up a(n)a. Feeding level b. Power pyramid c. Niche d. Food web

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2 d. Food web

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3 The action in the water bicycle in which water vapor becomes liquid water isa. Precipitation b. Condensation c. Nitrogen permanent d. Recycling

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4 b. Condensation

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5 The study of whereby organisms live is calleda. Ecology b. Dispersal c. Biogeography d. Climatology

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6 c. Biogeography

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7 The an extremely slow motions of the continent is calleda. Biogeography b. Continental drift c. Dispersal d. Creep

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8 b. Continental drift

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9 Which the these consumers is a herbivore?a. Spiderb. Lion c. Deer d. Snake

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10 c. Deer

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11 An organism that makes it’s very own food is calleda. Scavenger b. Consumer c. Decomposer d. Producer

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12 d. Producer

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13 Consumers that eat both plants and animals room calleda. Carnivores b. Herbivores c. Omnivores d. Scavengers

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14 c. Omnivores

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15 In which process do producers use carbon native carbon dioxide to develop other carbon-containing molecules? a. Nitrogen bike b. Water cycle c. Precipitation d. Photosynthesis

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16 d. Photosynthesis

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17 If a kestrel eats a mouse that eats grass, the kestrel is a(n)a. Second-level consumer b. Decomposer c. First-level consumer d. Producer

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18 a. Second-level consumer

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19 What do producers relax as a result of photosynthesis?a. Nitrogen b. Hydrogen c. Carbon dioxide d. Oxygen

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20 d. Oxygen

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21 Which of these is NOT an instance of precipitation?a. Groundwater b. Rain c. Eye d. Hail

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22 a. Groundwater

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23 In an energy pyramid, which level has actually the most obtainable energy?a. Second-level consumer b. Third-level customer c. Producer level d. First-level customer

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24 c. Producer level

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25 The first organism in a food chain is always a(n)a. Producer. B. Consumer. C. Carnivore. D. Herbivore.

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26 a. Producer

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27 Organisms the were brought by humans from one part of the people to an additional area. Native types b. Parasites c. Exotic types d. Endangered types

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28 c. Exotic types

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29 The typical weather sample in one area over a long period of time is calleda. Climate b. Precipitation c. Weather d. Dispersal

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30 a. Climate

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31 Some bacteria that settle nitrogen live in bumps on the roots of certain plants. These bumps room calleda. Legumesb. Starches c. Nodulesd. Droplets

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32 c. Nodules

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33 Vultures, which feeding on the body of dead organisms, area. First-level consumers b. Scavengers c. Producers d. Herbivores

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34 b. Scavengers

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35 In which process do molecule of liquid water absorb energy and readjust into the gas state?a. Evaporation b. Condensation c. Precipitation d. Recycling

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36 a. Evaporation

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37 The ocean prevents the Australian kangaroo indigenous dispersing throughout the world. The s is an instance of which type of border to dispersal? a. Competitionb. Climate c. A physical barrier d. One exotic types

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38 c. Physical obstacle

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39 Which that the complying with is NOT an instance of dispersal?a. A squirrel living in a forest on a mountain b. A dog bringing home sticky plant burs ~ above its hair c. Pest being brought down a flow on a floating leaf

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40 a. A squirrel life in a forest on a mountain

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41 Organisms that catch the power of sunlight to make food are dubbed producers. A. True B. False

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42 A. True

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43 Second level consumers might be either carnivores or omnivores. A. True B. False

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44 A. True

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45 In an power pyramid, the accessible energy boosts at each feeding level compared to the level below. A. True B. False

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46 B. False

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47 Dandelions are a native species in the U. SDandelions are a native varieties in the U.S. Since they were carried from Europe by the colonists. A.

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True B. False

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