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Who or what is the "Wild Spirit" and how can it be both "destroyer and preserver"? The wind; because it ushers in winter but it also ensures there will be spring. The poet; because words can destroy or preserve. The autumn; because it brings the wind that can be destructive or gentle. Nature; because it has everything in its power.
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_____ converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonium, which plants absorb. The plants, by _____, incorporate the ammonium into proteins. Ammonification, nitrification Nitrogen fixation, assimilation Assimilation, nitrogen fixation Nitrification, denitrification
Weegy: B.)Nitrogen fixation converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonium, which plants absorb. The plants, by assimilation , incorporate the ammonium into proteins. User: Although nitrogen gas makes up 78% of the atmosphere, we can't use it because _____. nitrogen gas is explosive we must absorb it through the soil nitrogen atoms must be broken apart first we must absorb it through the sun Weegy: nitrogen atoms must be broken apart first User: Phosphorus is the least available element, compared to carbon and nitrogen, because it is found mostly in the _____. atmosphere hydrosphere lithosphere biosphere Weegy: The answer is hydrosphere User: Besides plants and animals, wood and _____ can be _____ to release carbon into the air. fossil fuels, compacted fossil fuels, eaten coal, eaten fossil fuels, burned Weegy: Besides plants and animals, wood and fossil fuels can be burned to release carbon into the air. User: _____ converts ammonium into nitrates, while _____ converts nitrates into nitrogen gas. Nitrification, denitrification Ammonification, denitrification Nitrification, assimilation Ammonification, assimilation Weegy: B.)Nitrogen fixation converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonium, which plants absorb. The plants, by assimilation , incorporate the ammonium into proteins. User: The _____ store(s) more carbon than the atmosphere. trees soil oceans rock User: Picture a person standing with a drawn bow and arrow. He is aiming it at a bull's eye target. What type of energy is being described? kinetic potential chemical heat Weegy: That would be potential energy. User: Mr. Jones, the science teacher, tells his students that energy cannot be created; it must be captured from the environment. He is talking about the _____. food chain second law of thermodynamics first law of thermodynamics food web Weegy: We can respond. Weegy always answers with her own knowledge before calling us experts. Did you have a question? User: ... (More)
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