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what is the overall goal of photosynthesis?
Weegy: The goal of the photosynthesis is for plants to absorb energy. It is crucial for their development. (More)
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Because photosynthesis only occurs in plants, why is it essential to animal life?
Weegy: According to the biophysicist Alfred Lotka's principles of thermodynamics, the energy retained by a primary producer is transferred to the herbivore that consumes it. [ Similarly, when a carnivore consumes an herbivore the energy of the herbivore, to which the primary producer contributed, is transferred to the carnivore. This process of energy transfer is called the food chain and describes the transfer of energy through an ecosystem. Because energy begins with primary producers, all organisms in an ecosystem indirectly rely on photosynthesis. Read more: Why Is Photosynthesis Important for All Organisms? | eHow.com ] (More)
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define and explain the differences between intrinsic factors and extrinsic factors and how they affect motivation.
Weegy: There are many theories about what motivates people. In actuality, you are motivated by both internal and external factors, as there are always a mixture of reasons why you do, achieve, behave, learn and react. [ Personality and self-concept often determine whether or not you will be intrinsically or extrinsically motivated. If you understand the distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors, you have a greater probability of motivating yourself or others. Every behavior has a underlying cause, and understanding the cause of behavior and motivating factors is key to changing or improving outcomes. Read more: ] (More)
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Please itemize and explain the basic criteria for a well-designed reward system.
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what are some ways to reward employees for a job well-done?
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Some ways to reward employees:
1. You can send a handwritten note to thank them.
2. Treat them to a restaurant or treat them with food.
3. Give them free pass to an event.
4. Acknowledge their accomplishments in a company meeting.
5. Provide services that improve a work/life balance.
6. Offer benefits that lower stress levels.
7. Thank them personallly.
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