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How could the introduction of a tall, broad-leafed, nonnative plant species reduce the number of short native plants growing in a particular environment? A. The introduced species could cause a decrease in the number of herbivores in the area. B. The introduced species could cause a decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere. C. The introduced species could cause an decrease in the amount of food available to the native plants. D. The introduced species could ...
Weegy: A. The introduced species could cause a decrease in the number of herbivores in the area. User: How is Earth affected by an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases? A. The atmosphere becomes thinner, which causes an unequal heating of Earth's surface. B. More heat escapes from the poles, which causes an unequal heating of Earth's surface. C. Less heat escapes from the atmosphere, which causes Earth's surface to become warmer. D. The concentration of atmospheric oxygen decreases, which causes Earth's surface to become warmer. Weegy: Earth is affected by an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases, in that: Less heat escapes from the atmosphere, which causes Earth's surface to become warmer. User: Which of the following terms BEST describes the sum total of the different kinds of organisms on Earth? A. variation B. biodiversity C. population D. ecology Weegy: Which of the following terms BEST describes the sum total of the different kinds of organisms on Earth?C. population (More)
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The introduced tall, broadleaved species could cause a decrease in the amount of sunlight available to the short, native plants.
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BIODIVERSITY is the term which BEST describes the sum total of the different kinds of organisms on Earth.
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Salinity refers to what?
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What was the 'Headright system'?
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Headright system is a system of obtaining land in colonial times in which one received fifty acres of land for every emigrant to America one sponsored.
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What one of the following items is a producer of pollution? A. forest B. oceans C. factories D. bicycles User: How is farming contributing to the decline in biodiversity? A. working long hours B. by polluting nearby streams with pesticides and herbicides C. by recycling
Weegy: Farming is contributing to the decline in biodiversity: by polluting nearby streams with pesticides and herbicides. User: What is causing us to lose species on a daily basis? A. effects of pollution B. effects of ecosystems C. effects of other species Weegy: The effects of pollution are causing us to lose species on a daily basis. User: What happens during deforestation? A. trees are planted to have more forest B. trees are cut down and not replanted C. trees are left alone D. trees are moved from one forest to another Weegy: During deforestation, trees are cut down and not replanted. (More)
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Factories are producers of pollution.
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FACTORIES are producers of pollution.

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