• Explain the flow of energy through the ecosystem using specific plant and animal examples. Correctly use the following terms in your example and explanation; primary producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer, trophic level. • Explain which trophic level

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  6. Science

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  7. SCIENCE!!!!

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  9. Science Thinking Works

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  11. Science 7R Q2

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  13. History

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  17. biology

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  21. Cynthia

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  22. Biology

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  23. Physics

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  25. Science

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  29. Physics

    A nuclear power plant has an electrical power output of 1200 MW and operates with an efficiency of 31%. If excess energy is carried away from the plant by a river with a flow rate of 1.0 x 10^6 kg/s, what is the rise in temperature of the flowing water?

  30. science

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  33. science

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  34. IPC

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  36. biology

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  37. Thermodynamics

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  39. 7th G science

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  41. science

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  42. Science

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  44. Science

    Describe the difference and function between how plant cells and animal cells obtain food. I put something like- plant cells get food by photosynthesis, using chloroplast, sun, water, and carbondioxide. animal cells get food by digesting water, meat,

  45. Check answers

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    A nonnative species of animal is introduced into a healthy ecosystem. In its new environment, this species has no predators, although it preys on several native animals in the ecosystem. Make a prediction about the biodiversity and health of this ecosystem

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  49. environmental engineering

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  50. check/bio!!!!

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  51. science

    Question 1 A) Imagine that an ecosystem contains rabbits, foxes, wolves, and deer. Select the animal whose absence would have the greatest negative effect on the ecosystem.(1 point) fox rabbit wolf deer Question 2 A) In an ecosystem with low biodiversity,

  52. Biology

    How does mitosis in plant cells differ from that in animal cells? A. Plant cells lack centrosomes.">A. Plant cells lack centrosomes.B. Plant cells lack spindle fibers.">B. Plant cells lack spindle fibers.C. Animal cells lack a cell plate.">C. Animal cells

  53. Science

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  60. biology

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  61. science

    A nonnative species of animal is introduced into a healthy ecosystem. In its new environment, this species has no predators, although it preys on several native animals in the ecosystem. Make a prediction about the biodiversity and health of this ecosystem

  62. science 275

    Briefly describe your biome by responding to the following: Provide a one-sentence description of typical precipitation and temperature for summer and winter. Use terms such as cool, cold, warm, hot, dry, and wet. Then, identify the characteristics of a

  63. Need help pleas (science)

    . Why are energy transformation important for an ecosystem's stability? . What is the role of photosynthesis I'm making energy "usable" for life? . What is the link between decomposition and photosynthesis? . What is the connection of energy flow through

  64. Science

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  65. Science

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  66. Science

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  67. science,

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  70. science

    • Explain the flow of energy through the ecosystem using specific plant and animal examples. Correctly use the following terms in your example and explanation; primary producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer, trophic level. •

  71. biology

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  72. Science HW qs. Check (plzzzz read!!!!)

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  73. Geography

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  74. Science

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  75. Science

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  76. ENEGRY COSTS

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  77. Biology

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  78. SCI 230

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  79. Biology Photo efficency

    How do you calculate the photosynthetic efficiency ..the % of solar energy reaching vegetation in an ecosystem that is converted to GPP ??? I know the amount of sol energy, GPP, NPP etc... is it the GPP divided by the energy reaching the amount of solar

  80. biology

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  81. English

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  82. SCI 275

    biome by responding to the following: Provide a one-sentence description of typical precipitation and temperature for summer and winter. Use terms such as cool, cold, warm, hot, dry, and wet. Then, identify the characteristics of a plant and animal that is

  83. science

    A nonnative species of animal is introduced into a healthy ecosystem. In its new environment, this species has no predators, although it preys on several native animals in the ecosystem. Make a prediction about the biodiversity and health of this ecosystem

  84. science

    A nonnative species of animal is introduced into a healthy ecosystem. In its new environment, this species has no predators, although it preys on several native animals in the ecosystem. Make a prediction about the biodiversity and health of this ecosystem

  85. Science

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  86. Physics

    A nuclear power plant has an electrical power output of 1200 MW and operates with an efficiency of 31%. If excess energy is carried away from the plant by a river with a flow rate of 1.0 multiplied by 10^6 kg/s, what is the rise in temperature of the

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  89. sci/275

    Review Ch. 5, The Flow of Energy Through Ecosystems. Then, complete Appendix C. · Post your response to the following: Identify the fruit or vegetable you selected and relate the second law of thermodynamics to the changes in energy observed in Appendix

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  91. Biochemistry

    Which solutions, animal or plant, were more suitable to resisting pH change? Why do you think this is the case? Explain.

  92. Biochemistry

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  93. Writing/Environmental science

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  95. sience, plz help Mrs. Sue

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  96. science

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  97. science

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  98. science

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  99. science

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  100. biology

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