Life Science Boot Camp - Socorro Independent School District

Life Science Boot Camp - Socorro Independent School District

Life Science Boot Camp 5.10C Describe the differences between complete and incomplete metamorphosis of insects. STAAR #34; Supporting; 5.2D 1. The stages in the development of an insect are shown below: Which observation best supports the conclusion that this insect undergoes incomplete metamorphosis? A. The insect changes color when it becomes an adult.

B. The first stage of the insects development is as an egg. C. The insect undergoes more than four stages in its development. D. The insect has similar body parts throughout its development. STAAR #34; Supporting; 5.2D 1. The stages in the development of an insect are shown below: Which observation best supports the conclusion that this insect undergoes incomplete metamorphosis?

A. The insect changes color when it becomes an adult. B. The first stage of the insects development is as an egg. C. The insect undergoes more than four stages in its development. D. The insect has similar body parts throughout its development. 2002 TAKS Information Booklet, #5 2. The pictures show the stages in the life cycle of a beetle. What would be the correct sequence for the development of the beetle?

A B C D Q, S, R, T R, T, Q, S S, R, Q, T T, S, R, Q 2002 TAKS Information Booklet, #5

2. The pictures show the stages in the life cycle of a beetle. What would be the correct sequence for the development of the beetle? A B C D Q, S, R, T R, T, Q, S

S, R, Q, T T, S, R, Q 2004 TAKS Information Booklet, # 9 3. egg larva pupa adult Which animal goes through the stages of metamorphosis shown above? A B C

D Beetle Frog Bird Snake 2004 TAKS Information Booklet, # 9 3. egg larva pupa adult Which animal goes through the stages of

metamorphosis shown above? A B C D Beetle Frog Bird Snake

2006 TAKS, #1 (95%) 4. Which part of this life cycle shows the adult organism? A B C D Q R

S T 2006 TAKS, #1 (95%) 4. Which part of this life cycle shows the adult organism? A B C D

Q R S T 2006, # 6 (90%) 5. Which diagram shows an example of metamorphosis?

2006, # 6 (90%) 5. Which diagram shows an example of metamorphosis? 6. The process by which organisms make more organisms of the same kind is called A B C D

growth development reproduction offspring 6. The process by which organisms make more organisms of the same kind is called A B C

D growth development reproduction (re=again) offspring 7. At which stage of its life cycle is a butterfly able to produce offspring? A B C

D pupa adult egg larva 7. At which stage of its life cycle is a butterfly able to produce offspring? A B

C D pupa adult egg larva The diagrams below show the complete metamorphosis that a butterfly undergoes and the incomplete metamorphosis of a grasshoppers life cycle.

8. Which of the following creatures undergoes metamorphosis during its lifetime? A B C D A dog A mayfly A beaver A person

The diagrams below show the complete metamorphosis that a butterfly undergoes and the incomplete metamorphosis of a grasshoppers life cycle. 8. Which of the following creatures undergoes metamorphosis during its lifetime? A B C D

A dog A mayfly A beaver A person 9. An adult dragonfly lays eggs. Nymphs emerge from the eggs, grow and turn into adults. This cycle is a type of A B C D

an incomplete metamorphosis morphing into a new organism a complete metamorphosis organic photosynthesis 9. An adult dragonfly lays eggs. Nymphs emerge from the eggs, grow and turn into adults. This cycle is a type of A B C

D an incomplete metamorphosis morphing into a new organism a complete metamorphosis organic photosynthesis J K

L M 10. These pictures show the stages in the lifecycle of a butterfly. What is the correct sequence for the development of the butterfly? A B C D

J, K, L, M M, L, K, J M, J, L, K K, L, J, M J K L

M 10. These pictures show the stages in the lifecycle of a butterfly. What is the correct sequence for the development of the butterfly? A B C D

J, K, L, M M, L, K, J M, J, L, K K, L, J, M 11. Which of the following is NOT a stage in the life cycle of a butterfly? A B C D

Egg Pupa Larva Phase 11. Which of the following is NOT a stage in the life cycle of a butterfly? A B C

D Egg Pupa Larva Phase 12. The stages of an organisms development is called A B C

D adult stages the life cycle the water cycle the migration cycle 12. The stages of an organisms development is called A B

C D adult stages the life cycle the water cycle the migration cycle 13. Which of the following animals goes through an incomplete metamorphosis? A

B C D Alligator Grasshopper Lizard Turtle 13. Which of the following animals goes through an incomplete metamorphosis?

A B C D Alligator Grasshopper Lizard Turtle 14. What life cycle stage is present in complete

metamorphosis but not in incomplete metamorphosis? A B C D Nymph Adult Larva Egg

14. What life cycle stage is present in complete metamorphosis but not in incomplete metamorphosis? A B C D Nymph Adult

Larva Egg 15. Which statement correctly compares these life cycles? A Butterflies lay eggs and grasshoppers do not lay eggs. B Butterflies have wings throughout their life cycle and grasshoppers do not. C Butterflies have more legs as adults than do grasshoppers as adults. D Butterflies go through more body-shape changes than do grasshoppers. 15. Which statement correctly compares these life cycles?

A Butterflies lay eggs and grasshoppers do not lay eggs. B Butterflies have wings throughout their life cycle and grasshoppers do not. C Butterflies have more legs as adults than do grasshoppers as adults. D Butterflies go through more body-shape changes than do grasshoppers. 16. The diagram shows the life cycle of a darkling beetle. The stages in its life cycle are labeled W, X, Y, and Z.

Which stage is shown at Y? A B C D Adult Egg Larva Pupa

16. The diagram shows the life cycle of a darkling beetle. The stages in its life cycle are labeled W, X, Y, and Z. Which stage is shown at Y? A B C

D Adult Egg Larva Pupa 17. The life cycles of beetles, butterflies, and grasshoppers are called A B

C D growth species metamorphosis generations 17. The life cycles of beetles, butterflies, and grasshoppers are called A

B C D growth species metamorphosis generations 18. The diagram below names three of the four stages in the life cycle of a butterfly. Egg

? pupa adult Which of the following pictures shows the stage that is missing in the diagram? A. butterfly B. baby C. caterpillar D. caterpillar in a cocoon 18. The diagram below names three of the four stages in

the life cycle of a butterfly. Egg ? pupa adult Which of the following pictures shows the stage that is missing in the diagram? A. butterfly B. baby C. caterpillar D. caterpillar in a cocoon

19. Which stage of an butterflys life cycle is illustrated at point B in the diagram above? A B C D larva egg pupa

adult 19. Which stage of an butterflys life cycle is illustrated at point B in the diagram above? A B C D larva egg

pupa adult MS ?s 20. How is incomplete metamorphosis different than complete metamorphosis? A. Incomplete metamorphosis is an unfinished life cycle. B. incomplete metamorphosis is the undeveloped growth of organisms. C. Incomplete metamorphosis has fewer life cycle stages.

D. Incomplete metamorphosis is the partial body development of organisms. MS ?s 20. How is incomplete metamorphosis different than complete metamorphosis? A. Incomplete metamorphosis is an unfinished life cycle. B. incomplete metamorphosis is the undeveloped growth of organisms. C. Incomplete metamorphosis has fewer life cycle stages.

D. Incomplete metamorphosis is the partial body development of organisms. 21. What are the distinct life cycle stage of complete metamorphosis? A. seed, seedling, baby plant, adult B. egg, larva, pupa, adult C. seed, pupa, larva, adult D. birth, growth, maturity, death 21. What are the distinct life cycle stage of

complete metamorphosis? A. seed, seedling, baby plant, adult B. egg, larva, pupa, adult C. seed, pupa, larva, adult D. birth, growth, maturity, death 22. Incomplete metamorphosis has only 3 life cycle stages: egg, nymph, adult. The nymph looks similar to a smaller version of the A. adult B. egg

C. pupa D. larva 22. Incomplete metamorphosis has only 3 life cycle stages: egg, nymph, adult. The nymph looks similar to a smaller version of the A. adult B. egg C. pupa D. larva

23. Crickets, grasshoppers, cockroaches, and dragonflies are examples of organisms that go through incomplete metamorphosis. A physical characteristic that distinguishes the nymph from the other two stages would be that it is A. wingless B. worm-like C. colorless D. developed

23. Crickets, grasshoppers, cockroaches, and dragonflies are examples of organisms that go through incomplete metamorphosis. A physical characteristic that distinguishes the nymph from the other two stages would be that it is A. wingless B. worm-like C. colorless D. developed

24. Student want to examine the difference of insects that go through incomplete and complete metamorphosis. Which tool would be most helpful? A. telescope B. stopwatch C. hand lens D. beaker 24. Student want to examine the difference of insects that go through incomplete and

complete metamorphosis. Which tool would be most helpful? A. telescope B. stopwatch C. hand lens D. beaker 25. Entomology is the scientific study of insects. Entomologists study the way insects develop, grow, and change form. Some insects go through three stages of development while others go through 4 stages. The development,

growth, and form change of insects is called A. ecosystems B. metamorphosis C. photosynthesis D. classification 25. Entomology is the scientific study of insects. Entomologists study the way insects develop, grow, and change form. Some insects go through three stages of development while others go through 4 stages. The development,

growth, and form change of insects is called A. ecosystems B. metamorphosis C. photosynthesis D. classification 26. Which describes a characteristic of nymphs in incomplete metamorphosis? A. Nymphs molt their exoskeletons as they grow. B. Nymphs reproduce to make more of their kind. C. Nymphs protect the egg and hold it together

D. Nymphs do not eat or move 26. Which describes a characteristic of nymphs in incomplete metamorphosis? A. Nymphs molt their exoskeletons as they grow. B. Nymphs reproduce to make more of their kind. C. Nymphs protect the egg and hold it together D. Nymphs do not eat or move 27. Which best explains what is shown in the diagram?

A. Larval stage of a common beetle. B. Complete metamorphosis of a beetle. C. Pupa stage of a common beetle D. Incomplete metamorphosis of a beetle. 27. Which best explains what is shown in the diagram?

A. Larval stage of a common beetle. B. Complete metamorphosis of a beetle. C. Pupa stage of a common beetle D. Incomplete metamorphosis of a beetle. 28. Which statement about the difference between complete metamorphosis and incomplete

metamorphosis is NOT correct? A. Both have four stages. B. Both begin with the egg stage. C. Both end with the adult stage. D. Both are cycles of insects. 28. Which statement about the difference between complete metamorphosis and incomplete metamorphosis is NOT correct? A. Both have four stages. B. Both begin with the egg stage.

C. Both end with the adult stage. D. Both are cycles of insects. 29. The praying mantis life cycle is shown in the diagram below: egg nymph adult Which statement best describes the life cycle of a praying mantis? A. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by complete metamorphosis. B. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the pupa stage. C. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by incomplete metamorphosis. D. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the larval stage.

29. The praying mantis life cycle is shown in the diagram below: egg nymph adult Which statement best describes the life cycle of a praying mantis? A. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by complete metamorphosis. B. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the pupa stage. C. The praying mantis grows from egg to adult by incomplete metamorphosis. D. The praying mantis grows to adult size by the larval stage. 30. If an insect forms a chrysalis during the third stage of complete metamorphosis, the adult will be a

A. moth B. mosquito C. dragonfly D. butterfly 30. If an insect forms a chrysalis during the third stage of complete metamorphosis, the adult will be a A. moth B. mosquito C. dragonfly

D. butterfly 31. Which stage is missing below? Egg ?? cocoon butterfly A. egg B. adult C. pupa D. larva 31. Which stage is missing below? Egg ?? cocoon butterfly

A. egg B. adult C. pupa D. larva 32. The 5th grade class receives a ladybug kit with 10 live larvae. Students make daily observations and record how many of the pupas hatch each day. At the end of the investigation, students make a table to show their data: Date #

Hatched 10 1 11 2 12 4

13 2 What title should they give the table? A. Life of a Ladybug B. Weekly Observations C. Ladybug Pupa Hatchings D. Incomplete Metamorphosis Table 14 0

15 0 32. The 5th grade class receives a ladybug kit with 10 live larvae. Students make daily observations and record how many of the pupas hatch each day. At the end of the investigation, students make a table to show their data: Date # Hatched

10 1 11 2 12 4 13 2

What title should they give the table? A. Life of a Ladybug B. Weekly Observations C. Ladybug Pupa Hatchings D. Incomplete Metamorphosis Table 14 0 15

0 33. Students design an experiment to see what impact temperature might have on the length of time it takes for Planted Lady butterflies to go through a complete metamorphosis. Based on the purpose of their experiment, what should their variable be? A. The number of specimens B. The amount of time it takes the butterflies to transform C. The location of the hatchery

D. The temperature of the hatchery 33. Students design an experiment to see what impact temperature might have on the length of time it takes for Planted Lady butterflies to go through a complete metamorphosis. Based on the purpose of their experiment, what should their variable be? A. The number of specimens B. The amount of time it takes the butterflies to transform C. The location of the hatchery

D. The temperature of the hatchery 34. Students go outside in the fall and collect crickets from the grass around the building. They notice that some of the crickets have wings and some of the smaller ones do not. Based on what they know about the different stages of metamorphosis, what do the students conclude about the crickets with no wings? A. The crickets are old and have lost their wings. B. The crickets are immature and have not developed wings yet. C. A predator tried to eat the cricket and broke its wings

D. The crickets are a species that does not develop wings. 34. Students go outside in the fall and collect crickets from the grass around the building. They notice that some of the crickets have wings and some of the smaller ones do not. Based on what they know about the different stages of metamorphosis, what do the students conclude about the crickets with no wings? A. The crickets are old and have lost their wings. B. The crickets are immature and have not developed wings yet. C. A predator tried to eat the cricket and broke its wings

D. The crickets are a species that does not develop wings. The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito. 35. What is represented in the diagram? A. Complete metamorphosis B. Incomplete photosynthesis C. Complete development D. Incomplete metamorphosis The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito.

35. What is represented in the diagram? A. Complete metamorphosis B. Incomplete photosynthesis C. Complete development D. Incomplete metamorphosis 36. Students observe the changes in the life cycle stages of a beetle and a grasshopper. What should the students do to remember what they observed? A. Repeat the experiment one more time

B. Record their information in a science notebook C. Analyze the information using a computer D. Discuss their observations with other students 36. Students observe the changes in the life cycle stages of a beetle and a grasshopper. What should the students do to remember what they observed? A. Repeat the experiment one more time B. Record their information in a science notebook C. Analyze the information using a computer D. Discuss their observations with other students

Use the table below and your knowledge of science to answer the following question Organisms that Experience Metamorphosis Complete Incomplete Butterfly Grasshopper

Ladybug Cricket ??? Walking stick 37. Which of the following best completes the table above? A. ant

B. cockroach C. dragonfly D. praying mantis Use the table below and your knowledge of science to answer the following question Organisms that Experience Metamorphosis Complete Incomplete Butterfly

Grasshopper Ladybug Cricket ??? Walking stick

37. Which of the following best completes the table above? A. ant B. cockroach C. dragonfly D. praying mantis In the activity, students make a chart describing complete and incomplete metamorphosis Complete Metamorphosis 4 stages Egg, larva, pupa, adult

Complete change in body structure Incomplete Metamorphosis 3 stages Egg, nymph, adult ??? 38. Which information would best complete the chart? A. Incomplete change in body structure B. Similar body structure, different sizes

C. Different body structure, same size D. Complete change in body structure In the activity, students make a chart describing complete and incomplete metamorphosis Complete Metamorphosis 4 stages Egg, larva, pupa, adult Complete change in body structure

Incomplete Metamorphosis 3 stages Egg, nymph, adult ??? 38. Which information would best complete the chart? A. Incomplete change in body structure B. Similar body structure, different sizes C. Different body structure, same size D. Complete change in body structure

39. Which tool would be most helpful for students to measure the differences between the nymph and adult stages of a grasshopper? A. meter stick B. triple beam balance C. calculator D. metric ruler 39. Which tool would be most helpful for students to measure the differences between the nymph and adult stages of a grasshopper?

A. meter stick (too big) B. triple beam balance C. calculator D. metric ruler 3.10C 2008 Release Items, Objective 2, #3 40. One way that plant and animal life cycles are alike is that both plants and animals A

B C D produce offspring that are similar to the parents stop growing after the first 12 years of life have young that must be raised grow at the same rate 3.10C 2008 Release Items, Objective 2, #3

40. One way that plant and animal life cycles are alike is that both plants and animals A B C D produce offspring that are similar to the parents stop growing after the first 12 years of life have young that must be raised

grow at the same rate 41. Which of these adaptations makes a tadpole more suited to live in water than on land? A B C D Eyes Legs

Gills Lungs 41. Which of these adaptations makes a tadpole more suited to live in water than on land? A B C D Eyes

Legs Gills Lungs TAKS Study Guide, #30 42. How do young tadpoles get their food? A They drink milk produced by their mothers. B They capture insects in the same way their parents do. C They feed on small organisms, such as algae,

that live in the water. D They use the suns energy to make their own food. TAKS Study Guide, #30 42. How do young tadpoles get their food? A They drink milk produced by their mothers. B They capture insects in the same way their parents do. C They feed on small organisms, such as algae, that live in the water.

D They use the suns energy to make their own food. TAKS Study Guide, #31 43. The drawing of the frogs life cycle is a type of model. This model could be improved by A B C D

reversing the direction of the arrows switching the froglet and the young frog numbering the stages, starting with the tadpoles showing how much time passes between the stages TAKS Study Guide, #31 43. The drawing of the frogs life cycle is a type of model. This model could be improved by A

B C D reversing the direction of the arrows switching the froglet and the young frog numbering the stages, starting with the tadpoles showing how much time passes between the stages TAKS Study Guide, #32

44. The lily pad floats on water because it A B C D has small cuts in its edges is less dense than the water has more mass than the water is colder than the surrounding water

TAKS Study Guide, #32 44. The lily pad floats on water because it A B C D has small cuts in its edges is less dense than the water has more mass than the water

is colder than the surrounding water 45. If a chicken lays an egg and is allowed to sit on the egg, what change will most likely take place inside the egg? A B C D A baby chick will grow and then hatch.

The egg will become hot and then boil. A chicken pupa will grow inside the egg. Nothing will happen inside the chicken egg. 45. If a chicken lays an egg and is allowed to sit on the egg, what change will most likely take place inside the egg? A B C D

A baby chick will grow and then hatch. The egg will become hot and then boil. A chicken pupa will grow inside the egg. Nothing will happen inside the chicken egg. 46. The stages of an organisms development is called A B C

D adult stages the life cycle the water cycle the migration cycle 46. The stages of an organisms development is called A B

C D adult stages the life cycle the water cycle the migration cycle 47. Which of the following animals lives part of their lives in water and part on land and goes through metamorphosis?

A B C D a frog a snake a turtle a butterfly 47. Which of the following animals lives part

of their lives in water and part on land and goes through metamorphosis? A B C D a frog a snake a turtle a butterfly

48. Which of the following organisms begins its life as a hard-cased seed? A B C D A hummingbird An apple tree A grasshopper A hippopotamus

48. Which of the following organisms begins its life as a hard-cased seed? A B C D A hummingbird An apple tree A grasshopper

A hippopotamus 49. Some of the stages in the development of a dandelion are shown above, but they are out of order. What should be the order of the pictures? A B C

D 4, 3, 2, 1 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 4, 2, 3 4, 1, 3, 2 49. Some of the stages in the development of a dandelion are shown above, but they are out of

order. What should be the order of the pictures? A B C D 4, 3, 2, 1 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 4, 2, 3 4, 1, 3, 2

50. From which part of a plant do seeds develop? A B C D The flower The leaves The roots

The stem 50. From which part of a plant do seeds develop? A B C D The flower The leaves

The roots The stem 51. 51. 2004 TAKS Information Booklet, #8 52. Which of these

shows the correct order of corn plant development? A B C D 4, 1, 3, 2 3, 4, 1, 2 3, 1, 4, 2

4, 3, 2, 1 2004 TAKS Information Booklet, #8 52. Which of these shows the correct order of corn plant development? A B

C D 4, 1, 3, 2 3, 4, 1, 2 3, 1, 4, 2 4, 3, 2, 1 53. What process allows organisms to make more organisms of the same kind? A

B C D Growth Offspring Reproduction Development 53. What process allows organisms to make more organisms of the same kind?

A B C D Growth Offspring Reproduction Development 54. Which of the following is a true statement about

the life cycles of plants and animals? A B C D Neither organism has a complete life cycle. All animals have more life stages than plants. Plants and animals both go through stages. All plants have more life stages than animals. 54. Which of the following is a true statement about

the life cycles of plants and animals? A B C D Neither organism has a complete life cycle. All animals have more life stages than plants. Plants and animals both go through stages. All plants have more life stages than animals.

55. Which stage of development occurs in the life cycle of both animals and plants? A B C D Pupa Adult Seed Metamorphosis

55. Which stage of development occurs in the life cycle of both animals and plants? A B C D Pupa Adult Seed

Metamorphosis 56. If all the flowers are picked off the plants, the plants will not be able to A B C D grow taller produce seeds

make their own food absorb nutrients from the soil 56. If all the flowers are picked off the plants, the plants will not be able to A B C D grow taller

produce seeds make their own food absorb nutrients from the soil 57. 57. 58. 58.

STAAR 2013 #11; RC 4; Supporting 59. What stage in the life cycle of a plant are seeds produced? A. Seedling B. Sprouting seed C. Mature Plant D. Young Plant STAAR 2013 #11; RC 4; Supporting

59. What stage in the life cycle of a plant are seeds produced? A. Seedling B. Sprouting seed C. Mature Plant D. Young Plant 60. What is the same about plant and animal life cycles? A. the offspring grow into adults

B. both go through the same stages C. each requires water and soil D. both are forms of metamorphosis 60. What is the same about plant and animal life cycles? A. the offspring grow into adults B. both go through the same stages C. each requires water and soil D. both are forms of metamorphosis

61. Students investigate the changes in the life cycle of a frog. What is the difference between tadpoles and adult frogs? A. Tadpoles live in water, breathe with gills, have legs, and have no tail. Adults live on land, breathe with lungs, have legs, and have a tail. B. Frogs breathe with gills while living in water and breathe with lungs while living on land. C. Tadpoles live in water, breathe with gills, have no legs, and have a long tail. Adult frogs live on land and in water, breathe with lungs, have legs, and have no tail.

D. Tadpoles breathe with lungs while living in water and breathe with gills while living on land 61. Students investigate the changes in the life cycle of a frog. What is the difference between tadpoles and adult frogs? A. Tadpoles live in water, breathe with gills, have legs, and have no tail. Adults live on land, breathe with lungs, have legs, and have a tail. B. Frogs breathe with gills while living in water and breathe with lungs while living on land.

C. Tadpoles live in water, breathe with gills, have no legs, and have a long tail. Adult frogs live on land and in water, breathe with lungs, have legs, and have no tail. D. Tadpoles breathe with lungs while living in water and breathe with gills while living on land 62. Which of the following is the correct sequence of the changes in the life cycle of a plant? A. germination, see, growth, reproduction, maturity B. seed, germination, growth, maturity, reproduction C. growth, germination, seed, maturity, reproduction

D. seed, growth, germination, reproduction, maturity 62. Which of the following is the correct sequence of the changes in the life cycle of a plant? A. germination, see, growth, reproduction, maturity B. seed, germination, growth, maturity, reproduction C. growth, germination, seed, maturity, reproduction D. seed, growth, germination, reproduction, maturity 63. On the life cycle of the frog, what stage comes after tadpole? A. egg

B. adult C. larva D. froglet 63. On the life cycle of the frog, what stage comes after tadpole? A. egg B. adult C. larva D. froglet

64. Most animals including fish, mammals, birds, and reptiles have very simple life cycles. The young are similar to the parent, only A. wiser B. older C. larger D. smaller 64. Most animals including fish, mammals, birds, and reptiles have very simple life cycles. The young are similar to the parent, only

A. wiser B. older C. larger D. smaller 65. What keeps the life cycle of humans going? A. recreation B. maturation C. reproduction D. pollination

65. What keeps the life cycle of humans going? A. recreation B. maturation C. reproduction D. pollination 66. Which of the following would be an appropriate investigation on the life cycle of a frog? A. create a habitat and watch the frogs change from larva stage to pupa stage B. acquire spawn and observe the transformation into air-breathing amphibians

C. draw a picture of an adult frog in its natural environment D. catch flies to lure a frog into a shoebox 66. Which of the following would be an appropriate investigation on the life cycle of a frog? A. create a habitat and watch the frogs change from larva stage to pupa stage B. acquire spawn and observe the transformation into air-breathing amphibians C. draw a picture of an adult frog in its natural environment D. catch flies to lure a frog into a shoebox

67. Which tool is best for observing the actual life cycle of a frog? A. terrarium B. planetarium C. aquarium D. diorama 67. Which tool is best for observing the actual life cycle of a frog? A. terrarium B. planetarium C. aquarium D. diorama

68. Students found frog eggs in the school pond. One mass was put in a aquarium in the room. Students checked daily and discovered that the temperature of the water in the pond was warmer than in the aquarium. The tadpoles in the pond became frogs faster than the tadpoles in the aquarium. What conclusion can students make from this observation? A. the eggs in the pond are better than the ones in the aquarium B. the eggs in the pond are a different species C. warmer temperature makes the eggs grow faster D. tadpoles in the pond change faster so they do not get eaten by the fish

68. Students found frog eggs in the school pond. One mass was put in a aquarium in the room. Students checked daily and discovered that the temperature of the water in the pond was warmer than in the aquarium. The tadpoles in the pond became frogs faster than the tadpoles in the aquarium. What conclusion can students make from this observation? A. the eggs in the pond are better than the ones in the aquarium B. the eggs in the pond are a different species C. warmer temperature makes the eggs grow faster D. tadpoles in the pond change faster so they do not get eaten by the fish 69. Which best explains how the two life cycles are different?

A. the chicken has a long life span, but he butterfly has a short life span B. a newborn chick is similar in structure to an adult, but the grown butterfly looks very different from a newly hatched caterpillar C. a butterfly egg has a longer incubation period than a chicken egg D. the chicken and the butterfly both have 3 phases in their life cycle 69. Which best explains how the two life cycles are different? A. the chicken has a long life span, but he butterfly has a short life span B. a newborn chick is similar in structure to an adult, but the grown butterfly looks very different from a newly hatched caterpillar C. a butterfly egg has a longer incubation period than a chicken egg

D. the chicken and the butterfly both have 3 phases in their life cycle 70. What d these two life cycle have in common? A. Both make their own food B. both take in carbon dioxide through respiration C. both grow, change, and reproduce D. both retain water through transpiration 70. What d these two life cycle have in common? A. Both make their own food B. both take in carbon dioxide through respiration

C. both grow, change, and reproduce D. both retain water through transpiration 71. Students want to investigate lady bug larva more closely. Which is the best tool to observe the larva? A. ruler B. telescope C. hand lens D. balance scale

71. Students want to investigate lady bug larva more closely. Which is the best tool to observe the larva? A. ruler B. telescope C. hand lens D. balance scale

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