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Q: 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.
A: the answer is A
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User: 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
selymi|Points 9536|

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: The answer is 10% of the original energy from the Sun is transferred
Shey091808|Points 808|

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
truchocolate08|Points 595|

User: Food chains and webs not only describe the order organisms are eaten, but they also describe the _____. flow of energy in an ecosystem importance of the ecosystem health of the ecosystem animals that are all related

User: Bacteria from the soil absorb nitrogen from the air and convert it into ammonium. This is an example of _____. the hydrologic cycle nitrogen fixation assimilation carbon cycle

Weegy: This is an example of nitrogen fixation.
anriaz|Points 30|

User: The main consequence of the many cycles of Earth, such as the life cycle, biogeochemical, and geochemical cycles, is _____. keeping the earth running and moving keeping us alive maintaining a balance or equilibrium on Earth adding and removing Earth materials and chemicals

Weegy: The main consequence of the many cycles of Earth, such as the life cycle, biogeochemical, and geochemical cycles, is keeping us alive maintaining a balance or equilibrium on Earth.
OxTornado007|Points 6349|

User: what is the hydrosphere

Weegy: The hydrosphere is the water portion of earth. It consists of lakes, seas, oceans, rivers, and all other bodies of water.
Giana|Points 1081|

User: When the atmosphere has too much carbon dioxide in it, the oceans absorb some of it to achieve a new balance. This is an example of _____. the hydrosphere a geochemical cycle sphere interaction the hydrologic cycle

Weegy: the hydrologic cycle
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: The first law of thermodynamics states that _____. when a process converts energy from one form to another, some energy converts into heat, a less usable form of energy energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but can change from one form to another energy flows through ecosystems without being recycled most energy in ecosystems comes from the Sun

Weegy: A.) when a process converts energy from one form to another, some energy converts into heat, a less usable form of energy
spyderman|Points 651|

User: The earth's geochemical cycles are the rock water nitrogen energy and phosphorus carbon water tectonic.

Weegy: D) Energy and A) Water
earndollars2becomerich|Points 21|

User: In the phosphorus cycle, phosphorus can recycle through waste products, decomposition, and assimilation the atmosphere food chains of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

Weegy: food chains
jeifunk|Points 8007|

User: The earth's interior heat and pressure drive a process of heat transfer in the mantle called _____. evaporation convection perspiration condensation

Weegy: The answer is B.convection
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Carbon is released to the atmosphere by _____. respiration and burning of fossil fuels and wood burning of fossil fuels and photosynthesis respiration and fixation respiration and photosynthesis

Weegy: A.Respiration and burning of fossil fuels and wood.
Caprisun|Points 849|

User: The lithosphere floats on the asthenosphere like glass on clay. When the clay moves, the glass moves. The movement of the lithosphere is _____. seafloor spreading plate tectonics volcanic activity earthquakes

Weegy: plate tectonics
lgcn|Points 1333|

User: In the nitrogen cycle, once a consumer gains nitrogen nutrients from animals or plants, it recycles these nutrients back to the earth by _____. releasing waste and decomposition respiration and assimilation assimilation and decomposition respiration and photosynthesis

Weegy: assimilation and decomposition
jerryjoseph002|Points 1502|

User: Plants absorb water from the soil to live and grow. This is an example of sphere interaction sphere cycles sphere circulation sphere isolation of the biosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere.

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