BIOL 1005 Quiz 7 Spring 2016 Key

BIOL 1005 Quiz 7 Spring 2016 Key - 3 How does deforestation...

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Biology 1005 Quiz 7 Name: _____________________________________ Spring 2016 Section: ____________________________________ 1. Name and describe 2 ways in which carbon/CO 2 is released into the atmosphere. (2pts) Burning fossil fuels and cellular respiration. There are others (see PowerPoint) 2. Briefly describe what a greenhouse gas is. (2 pts) Gases that trap heat in the atmosphere.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. How does deforestation effect the Carbon Cycle? (2 pts) Eliminates the plants that incorporate CO 2 into the biosphere (photosynthesis) 4. T /F Cellular respiration is performed by animals. (1 pt) 5. T/ F CO 2 is the only greenhouse gas. (1 pt) 6. T/ F Photosynthesis adds carbon to the atmosphere. (2 pts)...
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