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Which biogeochemical cycle is relied upon for plant photosynthesis?
The carbon cycle is relied upon for plant photosynthesis.
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User: Which biogeochemical cycle is relied upon for plant photosynthesis?

Weegy: The carbon cycle is relied upon for plant photosynthesis.
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User: Which geochemical cycle involves mantle convection?

Weegy: The tectonic cycle.
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User: what biogeochemical cycles areimportant for recycling and balancing Earth's materials that are essential to life.

User: Which of the following are geochemical cycles important for recycling and balancing earth materials? carbon and nitrogen cycles hydrologic and rock cycles hydrologic and tectonic cycles rock and tectonic cycles

Weegy: carbon and nitrogen cycles
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User: Fossils, like the Mesosaurus found on both Africa and South America and the Glossopteris plant found on several continents, helped to support the _____.

User: Fossils, like the Mesosaurus found on both Africa and South America and the Glossopteris plant found on several continents, which of the following... dinosaur era continental drift theory Wegener theory plate tectonic theory

Weegy: continental drift theory
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User: Choose an example that best describes sphere interdependency. a rabbit eating grass for energy a plant using carbon dioxide for photosynthesis a deer dying and decomposing a bear catching a fish to eat

Weegy: a deer dying and decomposing
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User: Alfred Wegener noticed that the continents looked as though they could fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, so he believed that the continents were once connected. He called this the theory of _____.

User: Starting from the process of nitrogen fixation, trace the flow of nitrogen by numbering the steps that follow. : Nitrification occurs to convert ammonium into nitrates. Denitrification occurs to release nitrogen back to the atmosphere. : Nitrogen flows through the food chain as a primary consumer eats the plant, and a secondary consumer eats the primary consumer. : Plants absorb nitrates and conduct assimilation. : A consumer releases waste and ammonification occurs to convert ammonia into nitrates and ammonium

Weegy: I believe the answer is B
ajcook19|Points 35|

User: what are the steps in the process of nitrogen fixation

User: Sphere interaction is as simple as water evaporating into the air. This would be an interaction between the hydrosphere and atmosphere. Choose other examples of sphere interaction. a cat eating a bird water from a lake absorbing into the ground humans building a house waves creating sandy beaches

Weegy: Humans building a dam out of rocks
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User: Sphere interaction is as simple as water evaporating into the air. This would be an interaction between the hydrosphere and atmosphere. Choose other examples of sphere interaction. a cat eating a bird, water from a lake absorbing into the ground, humans building a house, waves creating sandy beaches,

Weegy: Humans building a dam out of rocks
craig1990|Points 205|

User: Sphere interaction is as simple as water evaporating into the air. This would be an interaction between the hydrosphere and atmosphere. Choose other examples of sphere interaction. a cat eating a bird water from a lake absorbing into the ground waves creating sandy beaches





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The following are biogeochemical cycles, important for recycling and balancing Earth's materials that are essential to life. hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles rock, phosphorus, carbon, and nitrogen cycles tectonic, hydrologic, and carbon cycles
Weegy: 2.)hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles User: The movement of Earth's lithosphere is caused by convection within What layer of the earth. User: Does the movement of Earth's lithosphere is caused by convection within the core layer of the earth. Weegy: The movement of heat by convection in the asthenosphere causes the rock of the mantle to slowly move in huge streams. The solid (but brittle) rock of the lithosphere is resting directly on top of the solid (but soft) rock of the asthenosphere. [ As the rock of the asthenosphere moves in different directions, it carries parts of the lithosphere along with it. The lithospheric rock can't stretch, so it breaks into pieces- forming the plates. Interestingly, once the plates form, they begin to act somewhat independently of the convection flow because their cold edges tend to sink into the mantle. The detailed relation between of the motions of the plates and the underlying convective motions is still being studied. ] (More)
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