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A group of tissues working together to perform a closely related function is called a(n) A. organ system. B. organ. C. organism. D. cell.
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A group of tissues working together to perform a closely related function is called an Organ.
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Which natural event produces oxygen, which can then be used by humans and other organisms? A. evaporation of water B. respiration by consumers C. photosynthesis by producers D. chemosynthesis of sulfide
Weegy: C. photosynthesis by producers. User: Some heterotrophs, such as paramecia, engulf algae and consume the food produced by the algae. The algae benefits by using the carbon dioxide produced by the paramecia. What is this relationship an example of? A. mutualism B. parasitism C. neutralism D. commensalism Weegy: The algae benefits by using the carbon dioxide produced by the paramecia. This relationship is an example of A. MUTUALISM. (More)
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Why are trees considered to be producers? A. they do not need food to survive in an ecosystem B. they depend on consumers to help them make their food C. they get their food from other sources D. they make their own food using energy from the sun
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Trees are considered to be producers because they make their own food using energy from the sun.
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How much energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism? A. 10% B. 90% C. 80% D. 5%
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When one organism consumes another organism the energy transferred is 10%.

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Which would be an example of a secondary consumer? A. a rabbit B. a fox C. a cow D. a mouse
Weegy: B. a fox would be an example of a secondary consumer. ... User: How much energy is lost when one organism consumes another organism? A. 10% B. 90% C. 80% D. 5% Weegy: According to a book, the correct answer is A. 10%. The whole cycle goes like this: 1/10 and then 1/10 of 1/10 and then 1/10 of 1/10 of 1/10 and so on User: Organisms are ________ by how they get energy. A. chosen B. grouped C. paired D. separated Weegy: Organisms are B. grouped by how they get energy. (More)
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