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Biology: Concepts and Connections, 6e (Campbell)  Chapter 31    1
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Plant  Structure,  Reproductio n, and  Developmen t Multiple - Choice Questions 1) 
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Why can  a single redwood tree be thought of as an entire ecosystem?  A) 
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because a single  redwood is bigger than some ecosystems  B) 
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because a single  redwood can support many other species of organisms  C) 
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because  redwoods are autotrophic producers in ecosystems  D) 
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because many  redwoods have been lost to lumbering  E) 
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because  redwoods are found in some of the world's densest forests  Answer:  
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Topic: 
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Opening Essay  Skill: 
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Conceptual  Understanding
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2) 
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The tallest plant on Earth is  A) 
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a 500-foot kelp  living off the coast of California.  B) 
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a three-mile- square sheet of red algae growing along the coastline of Alaska.  C) 
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a 379-foot  redwood tree in California.  D) 
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a 740-foot  white oak tree in Illinois.  E) 
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a giant seed fern in southern Peru.  Answer:  
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Topic: 
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Opening Essay  Skill: 
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