What habitat do penguins and seals occupy?

What cells do not have a nucleus?

1. Plants 2. Fungi 3. Protozoa 4. Bacteria

6. The word “bacteria” in Greek means:

1. Spiral 2. Stick 3. Ball 4. Comma

7. Total known protozoa:

1. 2500 kinds . 2. 100,000 species 3. 40,000 species4. 350,000 species

8. Multicellular organisms include:

1. Plants and bacteria 3. Bacteria and protozoa

2. Fungi and protozoa 4. Animals and plants

9. There is no nucleus in the cells:

1. Elephant 2. Oak 3. E. coli 4. Boletus

10. Total known plants:

1. 2500 species 2.100 000 species3. 40,000 species 4. 350,000 species

11. Representatives of which kingdom can independently form nutrients from carbon dioxide and water?

1. Animals 2. Plants 3. Bacteria 4. Mushrooms

12. Does not belong to the kingdom of mushrooms:

1. Chanterelle 2. Polypore 3. Chlamydomonas 4. Russula

13. Invertebrates include:

1. Starfish and grouper 3. Ant and frog

2. Hedgehog and snail 4. Wasp and earthworm

14. Arthropods include:

1. Scorpion and shrimp 3. Jellyfish and coral

2. Mussel and rapan 4. Earthworm and leech

15. Shellfish include:

1. Scorpion and shrimp 3. Jellyfish and coral

2. Mussel and rapan 4. Earthworm and leech

16. Worms include:

1. Scorpion and shrimp 3. Jellyfish and coral

2. Mussel and rapan 4. Earthworm and leech

17. Amphibians include:

1. Lizard and snake 3. Tree frog and newt

2. Stingray and seahorse 4. Elephant and walrus

18. Reptiles include:

1. Lizard and turtle 3. Tree frog and toad

2. Pike and seahorse 4. Dolphin and lion

19. Mammals include:

1. Crocodile and turtle 3. Triton and salamander

2. Stingray and shark 4. Dolphin and walrus

20. The first to appear on Earth were:

1. Plants 2. Bacteria 3. Fungi 4. Protozoa

21. The process of the formation of nutrients and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water in the cells of a green plant in the light
called:

1. Photosynthesis 2. Digestion 3. Respiration 4. Evolution

22. All conditions of animate and inanimate nature under which an organism exists and which directly or indirectly affect it,
called:

1. Environmental factor 3. Ecology

2. Habitat 4. Biosphere

23. Separate elements of the environment of an organism interacting with it are called:

1. Environmental factor 3. Ecology

2. Habitat 4. Biosphere

22. Which of the listed environmental factors do not belong to the factors of inanimate nature? 1. Illumination and humidity 2.. Water pressure and salinity 3. Plowing of meadows and deforestation 4. Temperature and wind strength

23. Environmental factors are: 1.Only factors of inanimate nature 2.factors of wildlife 3.Factors associated with human activity

4. All of the above

24. Wildlife factors:

1.Humidity and salinity of water 2.Light and oxygen content

3. Bacteria and fungi 4. Soil and plant temperature

25. Select the features that characterize the aquatic habitat:

1. Lots of oxygen, uneven distribution of moisture,
significant temperature changes

2. Little oxygen and light, no sudden temperature changes

3. Very dense, no light, a lot of carbon dioxide

4. Constant temperature, little oxygen, no light

What habitat do the butterfly and swallow occupy?

1. Soil 3. Water

2. Ground-air 4. Ground

What habitat do penguins and seals occupy?

1. Ground-air 2. Soil 3. Water4. Water-land

28 . Very poor eyesight and flat forelimbs with claws
found in mammals inhabiting … habitats.

1. Ground-air 2.. Soil 3. Water 4. Water-ground

29. A streamlined body shape, flippers or fins are in animals inhabiting

Habitat.

1. Ground-air. 2. Soil 3. Water 4. Air

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