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Cards in this guide (22)
How is groundwater formed

When water percolates down through the soil

What role does cellular respiration play in the carbon cycle

Animals produce carbon dioxide. Animals produce carbon dioxide

Which is a way that society controls science

One way that society controls science is that the government can make certain experiments illegal.

people pass laws to restrict some research

Which group in an ecosystem performs photosynthesis

Autotrophs

Producers

Which energy source contributes the most to climate change

coal

Why is biomass a better alternative to oil

Biomass is a renewable resource.

Which of the following requires the use of energy to move a molecule across a cell membrane

Active transport

How do you know the molecule below is an unsaturated fat

The molecule contains carbon double bonds

Which is a specialized tissue in a plant that allows for the flow of water throughout the plant

xylem

What activity would most likely cause a rapid breakdown of glucose molecules

A salmon jumping up a waterfall : Apex

Which is the most likely outcome of increased global temperatures

Rising sea levels
Climate change will occur.

What represents a negative impact of technology

production of waste like greenhouse gases

Which is the best way to make resources sustainable

use more solar power

What is part of a person's carbon footprint

The amount of carbon dioxide emissions from transport each day is part of a person's carbon footprint.

What is the function Heat shock protein

function Heat shock protein

What is the most likely result of damage to the thlaykoid membrane in a plant

Such plant cells will not be able to perform photosynthesis

Which factor is most likely to reduce the carrying capacity of an otter population in a lake

Shortage of food.

Which option for drinking water uses the fewest resources from the environment if it is used many times

Natural recycled water

Which substance acts acts as a buffer in natural water

minerals and salts (apex)

Global warming is causing the ice caps to melt. What is the most likely effect on northern wildlife

Many land animals will starve.

Which is a possible outcome to global warming

Hurricanes and other extreme weather’s will increase

what is based on the information in the graph what is the best conclusion to draw about africa

the birthrate is higher than the death rate

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