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Chapter 3 Post-Lecture Quiz



This activity contains 25 questions.

Question 1
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The First Law of Thermodynamics states that _______.
 
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Question 2
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Which of the following represents a population?
 
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Question 3
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Which of the following is true?
 
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Question 4
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Which of the following includes all of the others?
 
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Question 5
5 The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that _______.
 
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Question 6
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Which of the following is an abiotic factor?
 
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Question 7
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An oxygen-free environment and organisms that can live there are termed _______.
 
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Question 8
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____________ are a part of the biota in a desert.
 
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Question 9
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Which of the following is a waste or by-product of photosynthesis?
 
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Question 10
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Which of the following includes all of the others?
 
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Question 11
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Fixing nitrogen refers to _______.
 
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Question 12
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Which statement is true?
 
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Question 13
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The number of elk available to wolves in Yellowstone National Park is an example of _____________.
 
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Question 14
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Susie gave her houseplant too much water, and it died. The water is an example of a _______.
 
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Question 15
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The conversion of light energy into chemical energy by photosynthesis is _______.
 
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Question 16
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Which of the following statements is true regarding limiting factors?
 
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Question 17
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What is the universe made up of?
 
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Question 18
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Which of the following statements is true?
 
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Question 19
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Which of the following includes all of the others.
 
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Question 20
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The chemical energy stored in the molecular bonds of coal are an example of _________ energy.
 
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Question 21
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Because it contains carbon-hydrogen and carbon-carbon bonds, glucose is an example of a(n) __________ compound.
 
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Question 22
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If you had a garden, which of the following would have the largest impact on the carbon cycle?
 
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Question 23
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What do biogeochemical cycles illustrate?
 
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Question 24
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The environment can be thought of as four systems or spheres. These are _______.
 
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Question 25
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Imagine you are a farmer and your pond has become eutrophic. Which of the following would be most likely to solve this problem?
 
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