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How are food chains important in biogeochemical cycles?

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  1. SCI 275

    How are food chains important in biogeochemical cycles?
  2. SCI 275

    How are food chains important in biogeochemical cycles?
  3. Biology

    What is the main difference between food chains and food webs? food chains focus on the internal energy cycles of animals, unlike food webs. food webs do not show connections between animals like food chains. food webs are more complex than simple food
  4. Environmental Science

    What steps do you think can be taken to reduce the harmful effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycles? Which businesses would these changes impact the most? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here are some links on life and
  5. Environmental Science

    The phosphorus, carbon, and nitrogen cycles are termed biogeochemical cycles- bio meaning "living"; geo for the earth (soil); and chemical referring to matter changing form. Explain why this term is appropriate. (I need a short answer)
  6. science

    name some of the biogeochemical cycles and how do they affect our lives Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "biogeochemical cycles" to get these possible sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biogeochemical_cycle
  7. biogeochemical cycles

    what steps could we take to help reduce the harmful effects of human activities on the biogeochemical cycles? Air pollution is a big thing that needs help. But not sure of ways that we could. Any suggestions? Since this is not my area of expertise, I
  8. Biology

    What biogeochemical cycles go on in a tropical rainforest? Thank you!!
  9. Biology

    26. The relationship between population growth and resources can be described as a. inverse; as one goes up the other goes down b. parallel; when one goes up so does the other c. complex; there are many contributing factors d. equal; they both level off in
  10. science

    what businesses would be affected if biogeochemical cycles change.?
  11. biology

    Propose five possible solutions that will reduce the impact of human activities on the biogeochemical cycles.
  12. Science

    What are some similarities and differences between spider food chains and snakes food chains?
  13. Science

    Knowing what you do about food chains and the flow of energy through an ecosystem,why are there less lions than gazelles on the African plains? Hmmm! This question asks YOU to synthesize what YOU've learned about food chains and then draw a conclusion.
  14. science

    steps to reduce the harmful effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycles? Pollution has to be controlled.
  15. More Science

    Why is biodiversity ecologically valuable? a.)It provides humans with food and shelter b.)It is reliable source of venue c.)It establishes the foundation for food chains and food webs d.)It provides raw materials for clothing and medicine My answer is C.
  16. Science

    Why is biodiversity ecologically valuable? a- it provides humans with food and shelter b- it is reliable source of revenue c- it establishes the foundation for food chains and food webs d- it provides raw materials fore clothing and medicine my answer is C
  17. science

    How to make a food web with at least 4 food chains showing how the eagles depends on other animals?
  18. Food Webs and Food Chains

    does any one know any food chains or food webs? its an emergency! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_chain
  19. science

    which businesses would changes impact the most from biogeochemical cycles? Businesses involved in their products: fertilizers, soil conditioners, soil bacteria, etc. Businesses related to enzyme reaction products: Sugar Syrup (from wood chips), medicines,
  20. BIOLOGY

    What are some examples food web. What are some examples of food chains? Discuss the plants and animals that make up the food web immediately surrounding a school.
  21. Biology

    Which of the following is a correct statement? A. Decomposition is an important part of only two of the three nutrient cycles. B. The nutrient cycles contain paths of elements through the living world but not through the nonliving world. C. Living
  22. Math

    The soccer team is selling key chains to raise money for the team. They ordered 100 key chains that sell for .25 each. There is a flat shipping rate of $8. The team sells the key chains for $2 each. With that information, I figured they made $33.00 selling
  23. Science

    How is it that frogs are parts of two very different food chains?
  24. Science,Ecology

    What do iterlocking food chains make up?
  25. Biology B U3 L2 Cycling of Matter and NRG Answers

    Biology B U3 L2 Cycling of Matter and Energy Answers - 1. What is the difference between a detritivore and a decomposer? Answer - While detritivores feed on dead organic matter, decomposers actually break down dead or decaying organisms. 2. What is the
  26. science

    A combination of food chains _______cat_______________ from the same ________________
  27. science

    Can someone check my answers or give me some help please?? An ecosystem is a community of living organisms and the nonliving components of the environment. Energy flows in an ecosystem in one direction through food chains, and a food web is made up of all
  28. Science-Ecology

    Why are food chains typically limited to 4 or 5 trophic levels?
  29. Biology

    food chains and the energy pyramid all begin with a _____________________.
  30. Biology

    Why does Beta Glucose chains have more weak bonds between the chains than there are between alpha glucose chains?
  31. Biology

    Scientists discover a new type of algae. It consists of long chains of identical cells. The chains form as cells in the chains divide but do not separate from each other. Which of the following best describes the discovery? A. bacteria B. unicellular
  32. Economics

    What do most economists believe about the future of business cycles? A. Business cycles will grow more extreme, with higher peaks and deeper troughs. B. Advances in technology have brought business cycles to an end. C. Business cycles will continue to
  33. Science

    how can I use the big Idea of Energy to explain how energy flows through the food chains in the rock pool? I'm not sure what you are asking. Likewise, you do not seem to be sure about what information you desire. What organisms are in the rock pool? Do you
  34. Biology

    how to count complicated food webs such as the one that comes up when you type in how many chains are in this web? also the title of it... (couldn't post the picture)
  35. science

    What steps do you think can be taken to reduce the harmful effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycles? Which businesses would these changes impact the most? To assess the harmful effects of human activities, you first need to know about the
  36. biology

    list the different molecules/cycles that an electron from glucose in food would be passed during aerobic respiration. What parts of the above would occur without oxygen
  37. Science

    Cave ecosystems are characterized by extremely low light levels. What role does photosynthesis play in a cave ecosystem? 1: Photosynthesis is essential because it provides the original energy source for all food chains in this ecosystem. 2: photosynthesis
  38. Biology

    Explain the importance of carbon's ability to form covalent bonds in straight chains, branched chains, or rings.
  39. biology

    Explain the importance of carbon's ability to form covalent bonds in straight chains, branched chains, or rings.
  40. biology

    40. Explain the importance of carbon's ability to form covalent bonds in straight chains, branched chains, or rings. (3 points)
  41. Science

    use the idea of energy to explain how energy flows through food chains in the rock pool
  42. science

    many animal foods like meat and fat are high in energy content. Where did this energy originate. explain by referring to food chains.
  43. 8.13.1 - Test: Food Webs and Cycles of Matter Test

    I really need the answers for 8.13.1 - Test: Food Webs and Cycles of Matter Test please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  44. Educational Technology and Online Learning

    i have to do a power point report on food chains. i looked for what would happen without no grasshoppers but it displayed what would happen with out frogs,humans and horses. i dunno what to do please help
  45. calculus

    A box weighing 450 N is hanging from two chains attached to an overhead beam at angles of 70 degrees and 78 degrees to the horizontal. Determine the tensions in the chains.
  46. physics

    An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.09 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 2.19 m mass less chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 14.8 ◦ with the vertical. The acceleration
  47. precal

    The economist for a large sporting-goods manufacturer developed the following function to model the company's sales, where S is sales in millions of dollars and t is the week of the year, beginning January 1 of each year: S = 8 + t/52 – 6cos(πt/26)
  48. science

    which of the following is an example of an effect of natural selection. A. all of the children of two parents are male. B. carbon cycles through ecosystem. C. favorable environmental conditions cause an increased food supply. D. polar bears have white fur.
  49. Organic Chemistry

    I want to confirm some things on solubility and boiling points(they might be right or wrong): - If a substance is soluble in water then it also has a high boiling point - If a substance has a high intermolecular force then it also has a high boiling point
  50. Social studies

    What are the mountain chains of Europe? How did these mountain chains encourage the development of distinct cultural regions?
  51. Science

    True or false? decomposition is an important part of only two of the three nutrient cycles I think it's true. Thanks
  52. science

    what are the four biogeochemical?
  53. Maths

    A student cycles for xhours at 12km/hr and y hours at 16km/hr.Altogether,the student cycles 66km/hr in 5hrs.find the values of x and y
  54. science 1 question

    which of the following is an example of an effect of natural selection? All of the children of two parents are male. Carbon cycles through ecosystem. Favorable environmental conditions cause an increased food supply. Polar bears have white fur. Is the
  55. physics

    An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 9.87 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 2.59 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 39.3 ◦ with the vertical. The acceleration
  56. Science Food Chain

    Hey, I'm doing a report on the Savannah Animal Food Chain and I can't find a picture of one! Or even what eats what! Can someone help me here? I don't know whether you are seeking a picture of the food chain or of specific animals involved in the food
  57. science

    A weight of 500kg is suspended by two chains 1.5m and 2.7mrespectively.the chains are attached to a beam that is 3.746m in length. The distance from the suspension to the ground being 900m. A.Calculate the load. B.the vertical and horizontal reactions at
  58. math

    In the glass atrium at the entrance to the city aquarium, a designer wants to suspend a 2400-N sculpture of a dolphin. It will be secured by three chains, each of length 4 m. The chains are anchored to the ceiling at three points, spaced 3 m apart, that
  59. Health and PE

    10. A daily value of 10% means that A. 10% of your calories should come from a particular nutrient B. A food consists of 10 of a particular nutrient C. A food package can bear the nutrient claim "light D. One serving provides 10% of the daily amount for a
  60. computer

    Think about how computer technology permeates society. Throughout the day, you encounter many types of computerized devices at the grocery store, fast food chains, school, and work. Describe one such device available today: Who uses it, what are they able
  61. English

    1. My favorite food is noodle. 2. My favorite food is a noodle. 3. My favorite food is noodles. (Which one is right?) 4. My favorite food is ramen. 5. I ate two ramens yesterday. 6. I bought three ramens at a supermarket. (Are they all grammatical? Can we
  62. Physics

    Which of the following is a chemical change that occurs to the food? A The reduction in size of food particles as food is chewed B The movement of food to the stomach after food is swallowed C The breakdown of molecules of food by enzymes and acid in the
  63. Physics

    An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.00 m in diameter from which 9.5 kg seats are suspended at the end of 2.50 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle θ = 31.0° with the vertical. Assume the
  64. Heath and PE

    According to the dietary guidelines for Americans, which of the following is important in order to maintain a healthy weight? Get all the nutrients your body needs Balance calories eaten with activity level Wash hands when preparing food Eat nutrient-dense
  65. physics

    Child weighs 29 kg on a swing supported by two chains. Another child pulls swing back to the chains to make 30 degree angle with the vertical. What force is exerted by each chain
  66. math

    I need some help with this.. The swim team is selling key chains as a fundraiser. If its goal is to raise at least $180, how many key chains must it sell at $1.50 each to meet that goal? Write and solve an inequality.
  67. English

    The food tastes good. The food tastes so good. The food tastes rather good. The food tastes great. The food tastes wonderful. The food tastes sour/bitter/salty. The food tastes delicate. ------------------------ Do you have some other expression which
  68. science 7A energy and matter in an ecosystem

    In a food chain, with each feeding relationship, the energy transferred from one organism to another will(1 point) be independent of the level. remain constant. increase. decrease. Food chains normally consist of no more than (1 point) six organisms. five
  69. PLEASE HELP QUICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1)In a food chain, with each feeding relationship, the energy transferred from one organism to another will(1 point) a)remain constant. b)be independent of the level. c)increase. d)decrease. 2)Food chains normally consist of no more than (1 point) a)six
  70. science

    1. Which of the following activities has a negative impact on biodiversity? A. regulating hunting B. establishing wildlife preserves C. buying a fuel-efficient car D. cutting down trees in rain forests to build more houses 2. Koalas, which are native to
  71. english

    Scientists report (1) that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered species live, in the deep sea. Creatures in the seabed are suffering from growing food shortages. Which may be a result of rising sea
  72. science

    Identify one harmful activity that humans do that might change the percentage of water that is available as a resource? Predict the possible effects this activity could cause to the food chains in that area, the changes in the number and types of
  73. Health

    I just need this question checked. According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which of the following is most important in order to maintain a healthy weight? 1. Get all the nutrients your body needs. 2. Balance calories eaten with activity
  74. Math- Algebra

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany
  75. math

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany
  76. math

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany
  77. biology

    if someone could help with these questions thatd be great:) 1) The flippleflopper variety of wombats has 42 chromosomes in its body (somatic) cells. How many chromosomes do you expect to see after meiosis (without any errors) in the resulting reproductive
  78. bio (CHECK ANSWERS)

    Modern fishing practices threaten biodiversity primarily through the? A)accidental capture of unwanted species B)physical destruction of marine habitats. C)removal of community food supplies D)chemical poisoning of the water I think the answer is c but not
  79. Biology

    Which of the following is NOT a current goal of biotechnology? A) more effectively treating disease B) improving agriculturally important food plants C) efficiently producing biologically important molecules D) creating humans with higher intelligent
  80. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted
  81. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted
  82. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted
  83. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted
  84. math

    At irvs cycle rental shop, Irv rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandem bikes, and even tricycles. He parks all the cycles in front of his shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Irv counted 57 helmets and 115 wheels
  85. SS

    Why is the Agricultural Revolution an important part of early European history? Select the two correct answers. A. Humans learned more advanced methods of hunting and foraging for food. B. Women were given more rights and humans were treated more equally.
  86. history

    A food surplus is a benefit of farming. Which of the following is a food surplus? A. when extra food spoils B. when people wait in line for food C. when families have extra food D. when not enough rain falls to grow food
  87. math

    Terry bicycles for 1/4 at an average speed of x km/hr. He then cycles for 1/3 hour at an average speed of x+10 km/hr. he cycles a total distance of 15 km. work out the value of x.
  88. social studies

    Why is the Agricultural Revolution an important part of early European history? Select the two correct answers. A. Humans learned more advanced methods of hunting and foraging for food. B. Women were given more rights and humans were treated more equally.
  89. social studies

    Why is the Agricultural Revolution an important part of early European history? Select the two correct answers. A. Humans learned more advanced methods of hunting and foraging for food. B. Women were given more rights and humans were treated more equally.
  90. English Expressions

    Genetically engineered food 1. Do you agree or disagree with this statement: Genetically engineered food is not harmful at all. 2. Why do you think genetically engineered food is bad/good for health? 3. Have you ever eaten genetically engineered food? 4.
  91. BIO

    If 10 DNA template molecules are used and 20 cycles of PCR, how many copies of a template would be amplified? I am pretty sure I cannot use 2^n (n equals the number of amplification cycles)because I don't have a single molecule of starting DNA template.
  92. physics

    You've taken your neighbor's young child to the carnival to ride the rides. She wants to ride The Rocket. Eight rocket-shaped cars hang by chains from the outside edge of a large steel disk. A vertical axle through the center of the ride turns the disk,
  93. maths

    if Arvind cycles 10km/hr ,he reaches the school late by 4min,/if he cycles 12km/hr,he reaches the school early by 2min,find the distance of the school from his home.
  94. Social studies

    Why is the Agricultural Revolution an important part of early European history? Select the two correct answers. A. Humans learned more advanced methods of hunting and foraging for food. B. Women were given more rights and humans were treated more equally.
  95. Environmental science

    If anyone doesn't mind could they explain the biogeochemical cycle. What are the sinks? How do they work ? How do humans affect them?
  96. English: Please Help

    I do have some corrections made but my computer wont let me copy and paste the part I did. Please Help. This is the uncorrected version: Scientists report that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered
  97. English

    I need my rewritten paragraph to be checked for proper spelling, grammar, run-on sentences etc. Original: Scientists report that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered species live, in the deep sea.
  98. Algebra 2

    A souvenir shop sells 300 key chains each month for $5 each.the shop owner estimates that for each 50 cents increase in price he will sell 15 fewer key chains per month.write an equation to model this. How many increases should make to maximize revenue
  99. english

    We have to rewrite this correcting fragments and run on sentences can someone check my work below the original. Scientists report (1) that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered species live, in the
  100. English help..

    Can someone check to see if this is written correctly? It was like this - Scientists report that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered species live, in the deep sea. Creatures in the seabed are

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