5.3 Bellringer/ How Ecosystems Change. Succession I. Succession-changes that take place in a community A.Primary succession A.Primary succession-colonization

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<ul><li><p>5.3 Bellringer/ How Ecosystems Change</p></li><li><p>I. Succession-changes that take place in a communityPrimary succession-colonization of new sites.New lava or rock from a volcano </p></li><li><p>The 1st organisms in a community are called pioneer speciesSand bar that rises from shifting sand in the oceanLand slideSecondary Succession-changes take place after a natural disaster has taken place or a community has been disrupted by human actions</p></li><li><p>A community that changes very little is known as a Climax Community</p></li><li><p>The Water Cycle</p><p>Draw a picture of the water cycle and be sure to include the following terms:</p><p>CondensationPrecipitationEvaporationTranspirationRunoff</p></li><li><p>Pop Quiz Time!</p><p> Number a sheet of paper from 1 to 7.</p><p> Write Only the answer letter.</p><p> Be sure to write your name, the date, and class period on your paper.</p></li><li><p>1. How does energy move through most ecosystems on Earth?</p><p>A.From the sun to consumers to producers</p><p>B.From the sun to producers to consumers to decomposers</p><p>C.From the sun to decomposers to producers to consumers</p><p>D.From the sun to consumers to producers back to consumers</p></li><li><p>2. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of the importance of energy to life on Earth?</p><p>Many organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p><p>All organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p><p>Energy is required for the most important life processes on Earth.</p><p>The most important organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p></li><li><p>3. What role do bacteria play during the nitrogen cycle?</p><p>A.Bacteria store nitrogen in wastes.</p><p>B.Bacteria convert nitrogen into water.</p><p>C.Bacteria turn nitrogen into phosphates.</p><p>D.Bacteria transform nitrogen into molecules.</p></li><li><p>4. What is the process that breaks down food to yield energy called?</p><p>F.cellular digestion</p><p>G.cellular respiration</p><p>H.decomposition</p><p>I.photosynthesis</p></li><li><p>5. What continent has the lowest percentage of carbon dioxide output?</p><p>A.Asia</p><p>B.Australia</p><p>C.Europe</p><p>D.North America</p></li><li><p>6. What regions are responsible for the highest percentage of carbon dioxide output?</p><p>F.developed regions in the western hemisphere</p><p>G.developed regions in the eastern hemisphere</p><p>H.developing regions in the western hemisphere</p><p>I.developing regions in the eastern hemisphere</p></li><li><p>7. Which of the following shows an effect on the carbon cycle of the increased burning of fossil fuels?</p><p>A.More carbonates remain in fossil fuels.</p><p>B.More carbon dioxide is absorbed by organisms.</p><p>C.More carbon dioxide is absorbed by the atmosphere.</p><p>D.More carbohydrates remain buried deep in the ground.</p></li><li><p>Quiz Answers</p></li><li><p>1. How does energy move through most ecosystems on Earth?</p><p>A.From the sun to consumers to producers</p><p>B.From the sun to producers to consumers to decomposers</p><p>C.From the sun to decomposers to producers to consumers</p><p>D.From the sun to consumers to producers back to consumers</p></li><li><p>2. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of the importance of energy to life on Earth?</p><p>Many organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p><p>All organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p><p>Energy is required for the most important life processes on Earth.</p><p>The most important organisms on Earth require energy for their life processes.</p></li><li><p>3. What role do bacteria play during the nitrogen cycle?</p><p>A.Bacteria store nitrogen in wastes.</p><p>B.Bacteria convert nitrogen into water.</p><p>C.Bacteria turn nitrogen into phosphates.</p><p>D.Bacteria transform nitrogen into molecules.</p></li><li><p>4. What is the process that breaks down food to yield energy called?</p><p>F.cellular digestion</p><p>G.cellular respiration</p><p>H.decomposition</p><p>I.photosynthesis</p></li><li><p>5. What continent has the lowest percentage of carbon dioxide output?</p><p>A.Asia</p><p>B.Australia</p><p>C.Europe</p><p>D.North America</p></li><li><p>6. What regions are responsible for the highest percentage of carbon dioxide output?</p><p>F.developed regions in the western hemisphere</p><p>G.developed regions in the eastern hemisphere</p><p>H.developing regions in the western hemisphere</p><p>I.developing regions in the eastern hemisphere</p></li><li><p>7. Which of the following shows an effect on the carbon cycle of the increased burning of fossil fuels?</p><p>A.More carbonates remain in fossil fuels.</p><p>B.More carbon dioxide is absorbed by organisms.</p><p>C.More carbon dioxide is absorbed by the atmosphere.</p><p>D.More carbohydrates remain buried deep in the ground.</p><p>*********************</p></li></ul>