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Cycles Quiz

Going to NJ at end of weeks... pull through.

What is the definition of trophic levels? The levels of a food chain
2. What type of organisms are in the first level? Producers
3. What is an animal called that eats only plants? Herbivores
4. What are 2 examples of decomposers? Bacteria and fungi.
5. Where does the first level get their energy from? The sun.
6. Give an example of a predator and prey. Snake - predator Mouse - prey
7. List the 2 levels of the food chain. Producers, Primary Consumer, Secondary Consumers, and Tertiary Consumers
The carbon cycle involves the cycling of carbon between the environment and ______________. organisms.
Photosynthesis and _________________ are the key processes involved in the cycle. respiration and carbon cycle.
Decomposers digest waste and dead organisms. These decomposers are ___________ and __________. bacteria and fungi.
These decomposers carry out respiration which converts __________ compounds in dead and waste material back into carbon ___________ in the air. carbon .......... dioxide.
Go to "Trophic Levels, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles worksheet - Niki Patel" . I SAID GO TO IT!!!!!
What is transpiration? When plants release water vapor from stomata
What causes evaporation? The water and sun. Sun warms up water, and water vapor rises.
How does a cloud form? When water vapor condenses into water droplets. Also when they attach to dust.
What are the ways that carbon is put back into the air? Animal and plant respiration, decaying animals, poop, and combustion.
How are fossils formed? When a living organism dies and is buried underground, decomposition.
What uses carbon dioxide? Plants and oceans.
Which level of organisms would a 2nd level consumer have to eat to get the most fixed nitrogen? Primary producers
Look at "Stations for cycles answer sheet - Niki Patel" I SAID LOOK AT IT!!!!!!!
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