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A plant absorbs energy from the sun. Where does the energy go from there? A.)All of the energy is transferred to primary consumers. B.)All of the energy is used by the plant. C.)All of the energy is released as heat energy. D.)Some of the energy is stored in the plant's tissues and the rest is released as heat energy.
Weegy: the answer is A User: Ecosystems usually become balanced by natural controls, including natural selection. A balanced ecosystem is one in which _____. Weegy: there are an equal number of organisms at all levels of the food chain. Note: If you are satisfied please rate good response (More)
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A plant absorbs energy from the Sun. Some of the energy is stored in the plant's tissues and the rest is released as heat energy.
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You are a _____ consumer if you feed on secondary consumers.
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You are a TERTIARY consumer if you feed on secondary consumers.
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You are a _____ consumer if you feed on secondary consumers. A.)producing B.)primary C.)secondary D.)tertiary
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You are a TERTIARY consumer if you feed on secondary consumers.
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What type of stress is placed on a normal fault? Reverse fault? Strike-slip fault?
Weegy: Normal fault have the same type of force on each fault and the tension is released whenever the vertical stress (which mostly is because of gravity) is more than horizontal stresses, normal faults can be created or activated. [ Reversed faults is produced by compression. Strike-slip fault is produced by transverse stress. ] (More)
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