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    Vocabulary Word List: ECOLOGY word list:
    ALGAE, BAN, BIOLOGY, CARCASS, CARNIVORE, COMPETITION, FACTOR, GASEOUS, HARDY, NICHE, NUTRIENT, PERSPECTIVE, REBOUND, ULTIMATE, VITAL

    ECOLOGY Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Sea otters have somewhat, along with their ecosystem. (p. 7)
    2)  Ecology started as a branch of . (p. 2)
    3)  But from the planet’s , volcanoes are an absolute necessity. (p. 13)
    4)  Because of the extreme weather, desert animals tend to be small and , though some large animals…thrive here. (p. 4)
    5)  They help recycle rocks and minerals that are for life. (p. 13)
    6)  It might be global warming, disease, habitat destruction, pollution, or a combination of all these . (p. 16)
    7)  Rotting plants and animal release carbon dioxide into the air. (p. 8)
    8)  It rises through the air as a vapor. (p. 9)
    9)  When you eat a plant, the become part of you. (p. 13)
    10)  The diversity of life on Earth is astonishing from impala and elephants on land to plankton and in the oceans (p.10)
    11)  Herbivores, in turn, are eaten by , like snakes, or omnivores, like bears. (p. 6)
    12)  Nature is the recycler. (p. 8)
    13)   is in two classes: stock (in which spending is limited) and open. (p. 17)
    14)  Each plant and animal has its own unique in its community. (p. 13)
    15)  A 1972 on DDT and an intensive rescue effort by scientists helped save the birds. (p. 16)