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the dry weight of all organic matterbiomass
100%
the rate at which an ecosystems where producers convert solar energy into chemical energyGross Primary Productivity
100%
producers are often called thisautotrophs
100%
populations of different species living in a particular placeCommunity
88.9%
in this cycle NH3 can break down in soil and can run off or become N2 gasNitrogen cycle
88.9%
sequence of organisms that serves as a source of food for the nextfood chain
88.9%
this element is the building block in carbohydrates; it circulates through the biosphere atmosphere and hydrospherecarbon cycle
88.9%
the rate at which producers use photosythesis to produce and store chemical energy minus the rate at which they use some of the chemical energy in aerobic respirationnet primary productivity
88.9%
term % Correct
this process breaks down glucose in the absense of oxygenanaerobic respiration
77.8%
this diagram shows the loss of energy as it goes through the different trophic levelsPyramid of energy flow
77.8%
life earth chemical cycles; sometimes known as nutrient cyclesbiogeochemical cycles
77.8%
known as the water cyclehydrologic cycle
77.8%
process where where simple organic compounds are converted to more complex nutrient compoundschemosynthesis
44.4%
known as high level consumerstetiary consumers
44.4%
only cycle to use phosphatephosphous cycle
33.3%

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