Diversity in the living organisms

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What are the main physiological processes described in this unit?

What resulted from the first perspective on biology?

What resulted from the second perspective on biology?

What is described in molecular terms in the context of cellular activities and even at organism level?

What are the two perspectives on biology mentioned in the text?

Where did Melvin Calvin receive his Ph.D. in Chemistry?

What is the process by which green plants use light energy to drive the synthesis of organic compounds?

Who, along with J.A. Bassham, studied reactions in green plants forming sugar and other substances from raw materials?

What did Calvin propose about the way plants change light energy to chemical energy?

What earned Calvin the Nobel Prize in 1961?

What is the primary source of all food on earth?

What is responsible for the release of oxygen into the atmosphere by green plants?

What physico-chemical process do green plants carry out to use light energy to drive the synthesis of organic compounds?

What is the basis of life on earth?

What is the green pigment of the l?

What is the physico-chemical process by which green plants use light energy to drive the synthesis of organic compounds?

What does biodiversity refer to?

Which level of biodiversity refers to the variety of different species in a given area or ecosystem?

What shapes the diversity of life on Earth, including processes such as speciation, extinction, and adaptation?

What denotes the genetic makeup of species that influences their traits and characteristics?

Which factor affects the distribution of species across the Earth's surface, influenced by climate and topography?

What is responsible for the variety of habitats, such as forests, grasslands, wetlands, and marine ecosystems?

What is one of the reasons biodiversity is essential?

Which human activity contributes to habitat loss and fragmentation?

What poses a threat to biodiversity by competing with native species for resources and disrupting ecosystems?

Which conservation effort involves the establishment of national parks and wildlife reserves?

How does biodiversity contribute to the aesthetic value of nature?

What is the main factor contributing to the decline of species and ecosystems due to excessive use of natural resources?

Which action aims to minimize the impact on biodiversity while managing natural resources?

What is the primary focus of biodiversity in relation to scientific research and education?

Which factor has a significant impact on biodiversity according to the text?

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Test your knowledge of photosynthesis in higher plants, respiration in plants, and plant growth and development with this quiz. Explore the structure and variation of living organisms at different levels of organization, from organismic to cellular and molecular levels.

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