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5.9.D Identify The Significance Of The Carbon Dioxide-Oxygen Cycle For Plants/Animals

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Grade 5
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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5.9.D: Organisms and Environments

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  • Q1
    Many types of plants grow in a forest ecosystem. How do plants affect the air that forest animals breathe?
    Plants release energy from the sun into the air
    Plants use oxygen from the air to make food.
    Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air
    Plants release pollution into the air.
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    5.9.D: Organisms and Environments
  • Q2
    Animals and plants use substances that cycle through the environment. Which substance is needed by plants to survive and is released into the environment by animals?
    Oxygen
    Salt
    Carbon dioxide
    Sugar
    60s
    5.9.D: Organisms and Environments
  • Q3
    Which statement best describes the relationship between humans and plants in the carbon dioxide–oxygen cycle?
    Plants depend primarily on energy supplied by oxygen for photosynthesis, a process which releases carbon dioxide needed by humans.
    Humans depend on oxygen released into the air by plants, and plants depend on carbon dioxide that humans release into the air.
    Humans and plants use gases in the air and the energy of sunlight to produce their own food.
    Plants produce carbon dioxide as a product of photosynthesis and release it into the air to provide energy for humans.
    60s
    5.9.D: Organisms and Environments
  • Q4
    What would most likely happen to the carbon dioxide–oxygen cycle if Earth’s large forests were all cut down?
    There would be more oxygen in the atmosphere because fewer plants would be using it to produce their own food.
    The remaining plants would stop producing carbon dioxide, and animals would use less oxygen.
    There would be more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere because fewer plants would be using it to produce their own food
    The remaining plants would produce more oxygen, and animals would produce less carbon dioxide.
    60s
    5.9.D: Organisms and Environments
  • Q5
    Which of these correctly describes the relationship between plants and animals in the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle?
    Animals produce and release the oxygen that plants convert to carbon dioxide.
    Plants produce and release the carbon dioxide that animals need to breathe.
    Animals produce and release the oxygen that plants need to make their own food.
    Plants produce and release the oxygen that animals need to breathe.
    60s
    5.9.D: Organisms and Environments

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