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  1. Life Science Summative Review

  2. Multiple Choice

  3. What type of food can’t be traced back to plants? (2) • Potato Chips • Root Beer • Salt • Bread 30

  4. What type of food can be traced back to tomatoes? (2) • Bread • Salt • Twix Bar • Salsa 30

  5. Sam finds a strange new animal in the forest. He observes that it only eats grass and twigs. In what category can he classify this animal? • Carnivores • Herbivores • Omnivores • Producers

  6. Karla observes her new pet cat. She sees that her pet likes to chase and eat mice. When Karla tries to feed her vegetables she won’t eat them. Into which group should Karla classify her new pet? • Herbivores • Carnivores • Omnivores • Decomposers 0 of 30

  7. A ladybug has bright colors to show birds that it tastes unpleasant. How does this help the ladybug survive? • It helps the ladybug see better. • It helps the ladybug keep predators away • It helps the ladybug absorb sunlight. • It helps the ladybug find food

  8. What can be traced back to any plant? (2) • Pizza • Steak • Hot Dogs • All of the above 30

  9. A small oil spill, spilled in the ocean and caused a lot of fish to die. What change does it show? (6) • Neutral • Beneficial • Detrimental • None of the above 30

  10. There is an overpopulation of sea grass in the ocean and a lot of fish eat it. What change does this show? (6) • detrimental • beneficial • all of the above • none of the above 30

  11. What ecosystem would the monkey live in best? (4) • desert • freshwater river • rainforest • deciduous forest 30

  12. Plants are important to all living things. What might happen if all the plants in the world suddenly died out? • There would be more water for animals. • Only the herbivores would have a hard time finding food. • All animals would eventually have difficulty finding food. • Another ice age would begin. 0 of 30

  13. What needs do animals compete for? (4) • rocks, plants • pets, grass • shelter, gases • shelter, heat 30

  14. Which is a behavioral adaptation? (5) • good eyesight • hibernation • camouflage • mimicry 30

  15. What kind of animal would beat a zebra for food? (5) • lion • frog • bird • ant 30

  16. A carnivore eats… (3) • both plants and meat • only meat • only water • only plants 30

  17. What is a decomposer? (3) • something that eats plants • something that can break down dead organisms • animal that eats meat • none of the above 30

  18. Which has more organisms: a food chain or food web? (3) • food chain • the same • food web • none 30

  19. Herbivores eat… (3) • meat • nothing • producers/plants • meat and plants 30

  20. Finish the sentence. An omnivore is an organism that… (3) • makes its own food • eats plants • eats meat and plants • all of the above 30

  21. What do all organisms need? (4) • Food, water, a house • toilets, shelter, space • gases, shelter, space • gases, a house, toilets 30

  22. Why do organisms migrate? (5) • To see new sights • To go shopping • To try out their new sneakers • To meet their basic needs 30

  23. Which of the following adaptations would help an organism survive? (5) • more predators • over population of terrorists • acid rain • camouflage 30

  24. What type of change is photosynthesis? (1) • Behavioral • Physical • Chemical • All of the above 30

  25. What are the three important things needed for photosynthesis? (1) • Carbon dioxide, water, space • Carbon dioxide, water, sun • Gases, decomposers, producers • Carbon dioxide, soil, sun 30

  26. What do producers give? (1) • oxygen • water • carbon dioxide • A and B 30

  27. Which makes energy from the sun? (1) • grass • humans • dogs • tissues 30

  28. Planet Lagey has many animals on the planet. The only vegetation on the planet is berries. What might the other animals do that don’t eat berries? (5) • the animals might kill other animals and eat them • the animals might change their diet to eating berries • answers a and b • hibernating 30

  29. People are polluting by driving cars. Which type of change is this? (6) • neutral • detrimental • beneficial • abstract (different) 30

  30. Boats drive over water. This helps people get from place to place but also pollutes the water. What type of change is this to the aquatic animals? (6) • beneficial • neutral • detrimental • abnormal 30

  31. An animal called a monkey-bird is trying to adapt. It has wings, sharp claws, and changes color from light to dark green. Which ecosystem would be best for it? (5) • ocean • rainforest • freshwater • arctic tundra 30

  32. What do consumers not need? (4) • food • sunlight • gases • none of the above 30

  33. Many thought that all organisms need water, food, oxygen, shelter, and way to get rid of waste. Which of the following is incorrect and what should it be changed to? (4) • food to sunlight • oxygen to carbon dioxide • water to liquid • oxygen to gases 30

  34. How would being able to have no scent help an animal survive? (5) • would be able to mate faster • would be able to eat everywhere • would not be able to be found • all of the above 30

  35. How would being able to change size help animals survive? (5) • more difficult for predators to find them • help them find their predators • help them find their dead relatives • let them get eaten 30

  36. How would being able to dig underground help an animal survive? (5) • help an animal eat and drink • help an animal hide • help an animal fight • help an animal read their brains, paralyze them, and kill them 30

  37. A turtle is a reptile that eats small grasses in wet, damp areas. Turtles are the prey of large birds, and larger reptiles. What adaptation would mostly help a turtle survive in this ecosystem? (5) • small claws to dig up grasses • hard shell to protect • camouflage to blend in with rocks • all of the above 30

  38. What part of pumpkin pie can be traced back to plants? (2) • crust • pumpkin filling • condensed milk • all of the above 30

  39. What part of chocolate can be traced back to a consumer? (2) • milk • cheese • chocolate • all of the above 30

  40. What organisms break down dead things? (3) • herbivores • decomposers • producers • carnivores 30

  41. Without ____ we would die. (3) • carnivores • omnivores • producers • decomposers 30

  42. Which of the following would be the best example of a carnivore? (3) • grass • grasshopper • lion • rabbit 30

  43. Show the transfer of energy between the following: bats, sun, insects, grass, fungi (3) • sun, insects, grass, bats, fungi • sun, grass, bats, insects, fungi • sun, fungi, insects, bats, grass • sun, grass, insects, bats, fungi 30

  44. Which organism completes the food chain? (3) • bird • cat • corn • snake sun grass mice owl 30

  45. Extended Response

  46. Name one type of food and trace it back to one plant. (2 points)

  47. What are two basic needs of organisms? (2 points)

  48. List the steps of photosynthesis. (4 points)

  49. Steps • 1. Sunlight shines on leaves • 2. Carbon dioxide enter leaves and water enters roots • 3. Plant makes food—chemical change • 4. Plant releases water and oxygen

  50. Choose one ecosystem and describe one characteristic of that ecosystem. Next, describe one change that can take place in this ecosystem and if it would be beneficial, neutral, or detrimental. (4 points)