I.What Happened? PRE-ASSESSMENTA. Bats use echolocaon to navigate and fnd ood in the dark. They make sounds with their mouth or nose and listen or echoes. When they hear an echo, they can determine the size, shape, or distance o an object—even a ny mosquito! However, humans can’t hear their echolocaon noises because they are so high pitched. Bats aren’t blind, but echolocaon helps them fnd their way around more easily in the dark.B.Now it’s your turn! Use the outline to write about an animal o your choice.Topic Sentence: My dog, Tikboy, is the best pet anyone could have.Supporng Detail #1: He is beauul and easy to care or.Supporng Detail #2: Playing with him is lots o un.Supporng Detail #3: He always takes care o me.Concluding Sentence: There isn’t a beer pet anywhere. LET’S DO SOME EXERCISES!!!1. The process o photosynthesisI.During photosynthesisA.Plants take in carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) rom the air and soil. … This transorms the water into oxygen and the carbon dioxide into glucose. The plant then releases the oxygen back into the air, and stores energy within the glucoseII.The step by step process o photosynthesisA.The photosynthec process in plants into our stages, each occurring in a defned area o the chloroplast: (1) absorpon o light, (2) electron transport leading to the reducon o NADP+ to NADPH, (3) generaon o ATP, and (4) conversion o CO2 into carbohydrates (carbon fxaon).III.Photosynthesis is benefcial to animalsA.Plants beneft rom this directly because they use photosynthesis to make the glucose moleculesthat are their ood sources. Animals beneft indirectly because they, too, must have sources o ood.B.Animals either eat plants to obtain chemical energy in the orm o glucose or they eat other animals that ate plants.

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