The process that turns nitrates and nitites into nitrogen
The process where bacteria in legumes turns nitrogen into a form that plants can use
The process where nitrogen gas in the atmosphere is converted to nitrates
None of the above
The population of fox would decrease
The population of grasshoppers would decrease
The population of hawks would increase
The population of rabbits would decrease
Matter is not recycled; energy is recycled
Matter is recycled; energy is not recycled
Both matter and energy are recycled
Neither matter nor energy are recycled
Legumes converting nitrogen in the air into fertilizer
The conversion of decaying organisms into fertilizer
The conversion of nitrates into nitrogen gas
Animals consuming plants which are rich in nitrogen/proteins
Carbon gas released into the atmosphere from factories and cars
Carbon dioxide being released from animals during the process of cellular respiration
Carbon gas released into the soil through the process of decomposition
Carbon dioxide released into the oceans during deposition and decomposition
All the animals that survive migrate to surrounding areas
Plant life that survive begin to die out as a result of the lack of available nutrients
The dead bodies of animals that did not survive the fire return nutrients to the soil
Omnivores that survive create a decline of both the herbivore and carnivore population
Releasing carbon dioxide and water as an organism burns its food.
Releasing carbon dioxide as an organism goes through photosynthesis.
Using carbon dioxide and water to produce sugar.
Using carbon dioxide as we breathe.