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Question 1: Score 1/1 Erosion always occurs when there is Your Answer: soil detachment and particle transport Correct Answer: soil detachment and particle transport Comment: Question 2: Score 1/1 The soil horizon which loses minerals and clay to the layer underneath it is labeled with the letter Your Answer: E Correct Answer: E Comment: Question 3: Score 0/1 Bedrock breaks up because of Your Answer: earthquakes Comment: Question 4: Score 0/1 Soil is roughly what percent pore space? Your Answer: 10 Comment: Question 5: Score 0/1 Undeveloped soils have Your Answer: either few or no horizons Comment: Question 6: Score 0/1 Plants Your Answer: can grow well if a few of the secondary nutrients are missing from the soil Comment:
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Question 7: Score 0/1 The three particle sizes of soil minerals do NOT include Your Answer: sand Comment: Question 8: Score 1/1 The five soil forming factors are climate, topography, biology, time and Your Answer: parent materials Correct Answer: parent materials Comment: Question 9: Score 0/1 If phosphorous is deficient in the soil, the plant leaves look Your Answer: bleached Comment: Question 10: Score 0/1 The smallest soil particle is Your Answer: sand Comment: Question 11: Score 1/1 A soil will develop fastest when the weather is Your Answer: hot and humid Correct Answer: hot and humid Comment: Question 12: Score 1/1 A texture triangle tells us Your Answer: the amount of sand, silt and clay
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Correct Answer: the amount of sand, silt and clay Comment: Question 13: Score 0/1 When a plant is deficient in potassium the leaves Your Answer: fall off teh plant Comment: Question 14: Score 0/1 Topography refers to Your Answer: the number of soil horizons Comment: Question 15: Score 1/1 Phosphorous doesn't move through the soil with rainfall because Your Answer: it forms a precipitate Correct Answer: it forms a precipitate Comment: Question 16: Score 1/1 Which statement is true? Your Answer: Clay is usually in the form of a crystal Correct Answer: Clay is usually in the form of a crystal Comment: Question 17: Score 1/1 Most organic matter is decomposed by Your Answer: microorganisms Correct Answer: microorganisms Comment: Question 18: Score 0/1
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atom on clay, it is called Your Answer: atom swapping Comment: Question 19: Score 0/1 Clays generally have Your Answer: overall positive charges Comment: Question 20: Score 1/1 In general, it takes about how long to form a layer of soil the thickness of a sheet of paper? Your Answer: one year Correct Answer: one year Comment: Question 21: Score 1/1 An acid soil Your Answer: has a pH of 5.0 Correct Answer: has a pH of 5.0 Comment: Question 22: Score 0/1 Horizons Your Answer: area always at the same depth in all soils Comment: Question 23: Score 0/1 For plants to grow, they need how many nutrients? Your Answer:
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