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A plant absorbs energy from the sun. Where does the energy go from there? All of the energy is transferred to primary consumers. All of the energy is used by the plant. All of the energy is released
as heat energy. Some of the energy is stored in the plant's tissues and the rest is released as heat energy.
the answer is A
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[object Object]User: A plant absorbs energy from the sun. Where does the energy go from there? All of the energy is transferred to primary consumers. All of the energy is used by the plant. All of the energy is released as heat energy. Some of the energy is stored in the plant's tissues and the rest is released as heat energy.

Weegy: the answer is A
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User: Ecosystems usually become balanced by natural controls, including natural selection. A balanced ecosystem is one in which _____. the first organism on the food chain must outnumber the subsequent organisms on the food chain. there are an equal number of organisms at all levels of the food chain. the last organism on the food chain must outnumber the first organism on the food chain.

Weegy: b
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User: During spring, when Earl's crops were plentiful, he noticed an increased number of rabbits. At night, he also heard an increased number of howls from the coyotes. What do you think will happen when winter comes around and the crops die out? The plants in a nearby forest would decrease to sustain the rabbit population. Coyote population will increase from the increased number of rabbits. Both the rabbit and coyote population could decrease because the original food supply decreased.

Weegy: C
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User: Trace the flow of energy by numbering the following events from start to finish. 1. Step 1 Plants absorb energy from the sun and use it for photosynthesis. 2. Step 2 A rabbit eats the plants and uses the energy for growth and respiration. 3. Step 3 The sun emits energy. 4. Step 4 A fox eats the rabbit and uses the energy for growth and respiration. 5. Step 5 The fox dies and is decomposed.

Weegy: 1. Step The sun emits energy. 2. Step Plants absorb energy from the sun and use it for photosynthesis. 3. Step A rabbit eats the plants and uses the energy for growth and respiration. 4. [ Step A fox eats the rabbit and uses the energy for growth and respiration. 5. Step The fox dies and is decomposed ]
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User: About how much energy is transferred between a producer and primary consumer? 90% of the original energy from the Sun is transferred 10% of the original energy from the Sun is transferred 10% of the plant's energy is transferred 0.9% of the plant's energy is transferred

Weegy: Only about 10% of the energy from the producer is passed on to the consumer.
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User: Select all the statements that apply. A food chain or food web can provide good information like _____. the flow of energy in an ecosystem the eating patterns of organisms the types of food that are best for you to eat how much energy is transferred from one organism to another

Weegy: the types of food that are best for you to eat
Expert answered|xixu93|Points 85|

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