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  1. Life Boot Camp 5.10A #2 Compare the structures and functions of different species that help them live and survive such as hooves on prairie animals or webbed feed in aquatic animals

  2. 51. Which numbered part of the sunflower is MAINLY responsible for photosynthesis?APart 1 B Part 2C Part 3D Part 4

  3. 51. Which numbered part of the sunflower is MAINLY responsible for photosynthesis?APart 1 B Part 2C Part 3D Part 4

  4. 52. A plant’s stem—A supports the plantB produces seeds for the plantC anchors the plant in the soilD absorbs water and minerals from the soil

  5. 52. A plant’s stem—A supports the plant (holds it up)B produces seeds for the plantC anchors the plant in the soilD absorbs water and minerals from the soil

  6. 53. Which bird food pictured below is BEST for swimming?

  7. 53. Which bird food pictured below is BEST for swimming?

  8. 54. What specialized structures do deer have that help them survive against predators?A Warm, brown hair B Fast running bodiesC Good digestive systems D Large and intelligent brains

  9. 54. What specialized structures do deer have that help them survive against predators?A Warm, brown hair B Fast running bodiesC Good digestive systems D Large and intelligent brains

  10. 55. Polar bears have thick, white hair. What advantage does that give the polar bears?A More people will hunt them for their fur.B They look bigger and impress their enemies.C They hunt better and can catch more food.D They stay warmer in very cold climates.

  11. 55. Polar bears have thick, white hair. What advantage does that give the polar bears?A More people will hunt them for their fur.B They look bigger and impress their enemies.C They hunt better and can catch more food.D They stay warmer in very cold climates.

  12. 56. Which of the following is NOT a way desert animals have adapted to survive in the desert?A Grow long, thick furB Are active at nightC Survive on little waterD Live in burrows

  13. 56. Which of the following is NOT a way desert animals have adapted to survive in the desert?A Grow long, thick furB Are active at nightC Survive on little waterD Live in burrows

  14. 57. Animals have adaptations that help them survive. One example of this is the hawk’s strong talons. What primary purpose does this adaptation serve?A Protection from predatorsB Catching and eating foodC Increased flying speedD Protection from prey

  15. 57. Animals have adaptations that help them survive. One example of this is the hawk’s strong talons. What primary purpose does this adaptation serve?A Protection from predatorsB Catching and eating foodC Increased flying speedD Protection from prey

  16. 58. Which of the following is an example of an adaptation of an animal’s body that would improve its chances of survival in a specific environment?A An armadillo digging a hole under a fenceB A chameleon changing colors to hide from a predatorC Geese flying in a V formationD A gibbon swinging from branch to branch to escape a predator

  17. 58. Which of the following is an example of an adaptation of an animal’s body that would improve its chances of survival in a specific environment?A An armadillo digging a hole under a fenceB A chameleon changing colors to hide from a predatorC Geese flying in a V formationD A gibbon swinging from branch to branch to escape a predator

  18. 59. Armadillos and coral snakes both live in Texas. When an armadillo is threatened, it curls its armored body up like a ball. A coral snake curls its tail into a tight spiral and holds it up when an enemy is near. Although these animals are very different, what is one way in which they are similar? A They both live in the water.B They have hard outer coverings.C They have ways to protect themselves.D They attack their enemies with poison.

  19. 59. Armadillos and coral snakes both live in Texas. When an armadillo is threatened, it curls its armored body up like a ball. A coral snake curls its tail into a tight spiral and holds it up when an enemy is near. Although these animals are very different, what is one way in which they are similar? A They both live in the water.B They have hard outer coverings.C They have ways to protect themselves.D They attack their enemies with poison.

  20. 60. The flowers that grow on the floor of a tropical forest have long stems. How does this adaptation help them survive in their environment? Long stems—A protect them from getting too hotB make it easier for them to get sunlightC prevent them from being eatenD make it easier to pull them up

  21. 60. The flowers that grow on the floor of a tropical forest have long stems. How does this adaptation help them survive in their environment? Long stems—A protect them from getting too hotB make it easier for them to get sunlightC prevent them from being eatenD make it easier to pull them up

  22. 61. Bears and foxes that live in warm areas usually have dark-colored fur. Polar bears and arctic foxes that live in cold places have white fur because it helps them—A find preyB swim fastC find berriesD hide from predators

  23. 61. Bears and foxes that live in warm areas usually have dark-colored fur. Polar bears and arctic foxes that live in cold places have white fur because it helps them—A find preyB swim fastC find berriesD hide from predators

  24. 62. Since all living things need nutrients (food) in order to survive, why can plants survive in a clear, closed system but animals cannot?A Plants are not living things, but animals are.B Plants can make their own food, but animals cannot.C Plants can live for long periods of time without nutrients.D Plants take in and give off oxygen, but animals do not.

  25. 62. Since all living things need nutrients (food) in order to survive, why can plants survive in a clear, closed system but animals cannot?A Plants are not living things, but animals are.B Plants can make their own food, but animals cannot.C Plants can live for long periods of time without nutrients.D Plants take in and give off oxygen, but animals do not.

  26. 63. A green tree frog lives in a forest. How does the frog's green color help it to survive?A By helping the frog find other frogsB By keeping the frog coolC By making the frog hard to see when sitting on leavesD By allowing the frog to make its own food

  27. 63. A green tree frog lives in a forest. How does the frog's green color help it to survive?A By helping the frog find other frogsB By keeping the frog coolC By making the frog hard to see when sitting on leavesD By allowing the frog to make its own food

  28. 64. What advantage does the walking stick pictured above have for survival in its environment?A It lives on leaves and tree branches.B It blends in with its environment.C It eats the leaves from plants.D It sheds its skin every year.

  29. 64. What advantage does the walking stick pictured above have for survival in its environment?A It lives on leaves and tree branches.B It blends in with its environment.C It eats the leaves from plants.D It sheds its skin every year.

  30. 65. The cactus plant shown above lives in a desert environment. What characteristic of this plant could be found in many other desert plants?A A deep root system for gathering waterB Lush growth that serves to trap water if it rainsC Broad leaves that protect the plants from the hot sunD Leaves and stems that are adapted to conserve water

  31. 65. The cactus plant shown above lives in a desert environment. What characteristic of this plant could be found in many other desert plants?A A deep root system for gathering waterB Lush growth that serves to trap water if it rainsC Broad leaves that protect the plants from the hot sunD Leaves and stems that are adapted to conserve water

  32. 66. Animals have adaptations that help them survive in their environment. One example of this is the giraffe’s long neck. What primary purpose does this adaptation serve?A Protection from heatB Gathering of foodC Protection from predatorsD Increased speed

  33. 66. Animals have adaptations that help them survive in their environment. One example of this is the giraffe’s long neck. What primary purpose does this adaptation serve?A Protection from heatB Gathering of foodC Protection from predatorsD Increased speed

  34. 67. A hover fly looks like a honey bee. Which statement BEST explains how this adaptation helps the hover fly survive? Looking like a honey bee—A keeps other animals away from the hover fly’s foodB keeps other animals away from the hover fly’s homeC allows the hover fly to blend in with its environmentD keeps some predators from trying to eat the hover fly honey bee hover fly

  35. 67. A hover fly looks like a honey bee. Which statement BEST explains how this adaptation helps the hover fly survive? Looking like a honey bee—A keeps other animals away from the hover fly’s foodB keeps other animals away from the hover fly’s homeC allows the hover fly to blend in with its environmentD keeps some predators from trying to eat the hover fly honey bee hover fly

  36. 68. What is the primary function of the large leaves found on seedlings growing in a forest?ATo provide shade for the root systemsB To get rid of excess water that is entering through the rootsC To allow for leaf damage by insectsD To gather as much light as possible for photosynthesis

  37. 68. What is the primary function of the large leaves found on seedlings growing in a forest?ATo provide shade for the root systemsB To get rid of excess water that is entering through the rootsC To allow for leaf damage by insectsD To gather as much light as possible for photosynthesis

  38. 69. Barnacles and corals are two types of animals that live in the ocean. Both animals build a hard layer of calcium around their soft body parts. What is the MOST likely reason that they build these layers?A Prepare them for reproductionB Protect them from predatorsC Help them capture foodD Keep them from drying out

  39. 69. Barnacles and corals are two types of animals that live in the ocean. Both animals build a hard layer of calcium around their soft body parts. What is the MOST likely reason that they build these layers?A Prepare them for reproductionB Protect them from predatorsC Help them capture foodD Keep them from drying out

  40. 70. How would looking like a poisonous dart frog help a non-poisonous frog survive? This adaptation helps the frog—A find shelterB attract preyC frighten predatorsD blend with its environment

  41. 70. How would looking like a poisonous dart frog help a non-poisonous frog survive? This adaptation helps the frog—A find shelterB attract preyC frighten predatorsD blend with its environment

  42. 71. What function is served by plant adaptations such as stinging hairs, thorns, and briars?A ReproductionB PhotosynthesisC ProtectionD Disease prevention

  43. 71. What function is served by plant adaptations such as stinging hairs, thorns, and briars?A ReproductionB PhotosynthesisC ProtectionD Disease prevention

  44. 72. Coyotes have good eyesight, keen hearing, and an excellent sense of smell. How would these characteristics BEST help a coyote survive in its environment? These characteristics would help—A insulate a coyoteB a coyote moveC the coyote hunt its preyD the coyote eat its food

  45. 72. Coyotes have good eyesight, keen hearing, and an excellent sense of smell. How would these characteristics BEST help a coyote survive in its environment? These characteristics would help—A insulate a coyoteB a coyote moveC the coyote hunt its preyD the coyote eat its food

  46. 73. A certain environment is warm and wet all year long. Which of the following characteristics would be BEST for an animal adapted to this environment?A Thin skinB Thick furC Long tailD Layer of blubber

  47. 73. A certain environment is warm and wet all year long. Which of the following characteristics would be BEST for an animal adapted to this environment?A Thin skinB Thick furC Long tailD Layer of blubber

  48. 74. Why do large trees have a difficult time living in the tundra?A A tundra is too hot for trees to grow large.B Animals that live in a tundra destroy most vegetation.C Flooding occurs too often in a tundra for large trees to grow.D The soil in a tundra is too frozen for large trees to grow.

  49. 74. Why do large trees have a difficult time living in the tundra?A A tundra is too hot for trees to grow large.B Animals that live in a tundra destroy most vegetation.C Flooding occurs too often in a tundra for large trees to grow.D The soil in a tundra is too frozen for large trees to grow.

  50. 75. A plant’s seeds would least likely be moved from place to place by—A a riverB the windC an animalD another plant