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The transfer of food and nutrition from its sources through a series of organism by way of eating and being eaten away is known as- (a) Food Cycle. (b) Food Chain. (c) Food link. (d)
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User: The transfer of food and nutrition from its sources through a series of organism by way of eating and being eaten away is known as- (a) Food Cycle. (b) Food Chain. (c) Food link. (d) Nutrition Cycle

Weegy: The transfer of food and nutrition from its sources through a series of organism by way of eating and being eaten away is known as Food Chain.
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User: Industrial ecology- (a) Works similar to biological ecosystem. (b) Is based on principle of recycling of the materials and regeneration of it. (c) Is based on the study of acquiring the material, processing using and disposing of the product manufactured by a company. (d) All the above.

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