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6th Grade Science Chapter 13 The Nonliving EnvironmentReview Questions

Chimney Rock, North Carolina


Chapter 13

Review Questions

  • ______ can make their own food.

Answer:

producers


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4. The nonliving, physical features of the environment are called ______ factors.

Answer:

abiotic


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5. ______ is the Location on Earth relative to the equator that helps determine the amount of sunlight an area receives.

Answer:

latitude


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6. _______ it the average weather over time.

Answer:

climate


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3. The term ______ means living or once living.

Answer:

biotic


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9. The major ingredient of the fluid inside cells of living organisms is ______ .

Answer:

water


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10. _____ is composed of biotic and abiotic factors.

Answer:

soil


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12. _____ is the energy source for most life on Earth.

Answer:

sunlight


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13. As ______ gets higher, trees get shorter and the atmosphere gets thinner.

Answer:

Elevation (altitude)


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14. The process of water changing from a gas to a liquid is ______.

Answer:

condensation


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19. Nitrogen fixation is performed by ______.

Answer:

bacteria


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15. The process of water changing from a liquid to a gas is ______.

Answer:

evaporation


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16. The process of plants adding water to the atmosphere is called ______.

Answer:

transpiration


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11. _____ is composed of 78% nitrogen.

Answer:

air


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  • ______ depend on plants and animals for their food.

Answer:

consumers


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17. Water, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground from the sky is called ______.

Answer:

precipitation


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21. The production of food from chemicals is called ______.

Answer:

chemosynthesis


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32. The ______ make up the second and higher steps in the food chain.

Answer:

consumers


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23. Photosynthesis is part of the continuous movement of the _____ cycle.

Answer:

Carbon cycle


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24. _____ The transfer of nitrogen from the air to the soil to organism and back to soil or air.

Answer:

Nitrogen cycle


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25. The process that changes nitrogen gas into a compound that plants can use is called ______.

Answer:

Nitrogen fixation


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31. A food chain begins with ______.

Answer:

producers


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27. _____ is the element that helps plants grow.

Answer:

nitrogen


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30. A diagram that shows the comparative amount of energy at each feeding level is called a(n) ___.

Answer:

Energy pyramid


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22. The continuous movement of water from earth’s surface to the air, and back to Earth’s surface is called the _____.

Answer:

Water cycle


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28. ______ is removed from the air during photosynthesis.

Answer:

Carbon dioxide


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29. A diagram that shows all the possible feeding, or energy transfer, relationships in a community is called a(n) ______.

Answer:

Food web


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33. ______ energy is used in photosynthesis.

Answer:

Light


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34. ______ and ______ are the two most important components of climate

Answer:

Precipitation and Temperature


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33. ______ is when the presences of mountains can affect rainfall patterns.

Answer:

The Rain Shadow Effect


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