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1. What do plants compete for?

  • space, sunlight, rainfall and minerals from the soil
  • photosynthesis, water, space and minerals from the soil
  • light, water, space and minerals from the soil
  • light, temperature, space and minerals from the soil
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2. What are 'extremophiles'?

  • Animals that live in extreme conditions e.g hot volcanic lakes
  • Plants that live in extreme conditions e.g hot volcanic lakes
  • Microorganisms that live in extreme conditions e.g hot volcanic lakes
  • Bacterium that live in extreme conditions e.g hot volcanic lakes

3. How do plants and animals deter predators?

  • Some plants and animals have armor, others produces food, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have shielding, others produces poisons, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have armor, others produces poisons, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have expandable shells, others produces poisons, some have warning colours

4. Give three examples of non living factors.

  • change in temperature, rainfall, air or water pollution
  • change in light, temperature and pressure
  • change in temperature, pressure, air or water pollution
  • change in rainfall, light, air or water pollution

5. What do lichen do?

  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is dirty there is lots of lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there isn't much lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there is lots of lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of pollutants in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there is lots of lichen

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