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Give 2 examples of producer, consumer and decomposer that can be found in your city or county.
Weegy: What city/county do you live in? User: memphis Weegy: Producers make their own food. Plants are the best example. They take sunlight, water and carbon dioxide (the gas that we breathe out every time we exhale) and make energy in the form of glucose. The ‘exhale’ oxygen (which we need to breathe). [ This process is called photosynthesis. Then a consumer comes along and eats the producer. That consumer (a rabbit for example) might get eaten by another consumer (a coyote). The remains of the rabbit that are not eaten by the coyote will be broken down by decomposers. Not a glamorous job, but someone’s got to do it. - - Now choose things that are local to Memphis. ] (More)
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Relate biodiversity to the trophic categories.
Weegy: The more biodiverse a trophic level is, the more food options are available to the trophic levels directly above it. [ For instance, if hawks could only eat mice, because mice were the only prey in the trophic levels below hawks, the hawks would have very little variability in food options, so their survival would be directly related to mouse survival. However, if hawks had the option of smaller birds, mice, insects, rodents, etc, their survial would be less dependent on specific populations. ] (More)
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How can we keep the trophic levels in balanced?
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Discuss how humans impact each cycle.
Weegy: Human impact on the nitrogen cycle is diverse. Agricultural and industrial nitrogen (N) inputs to the environment currently exceed inputs from natural N fixation. (More)
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Name the invasive species.
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Name the invasive species
1. Scientific name: Callidiellum villosulum (Fairmaire)
Common name: Brown fir long-horned beetle
2. Scientific name: Callidiellum villosulum (Fairmaire)
Common name: Brown fir long-horned beetle
3. Scientific name: Anoplophora chinenis (Forster)
Common name: Citrus long horned beetle
3. Scientific name: Ips typographus (Linnaeus)
Common name: European spruce bark beetle
4. Scientific name: Trogoderma granarium Everts
Common name: Khapra beetle
5. Scientific name: Lymantria monacha (Linnaeus)
Common name: Nun moth
6. Scientific name: Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel)
Common name: Screwworm
7.Scientific name: Dendrolimus superans Butler
Common name: Siberian moth
8.Scientific name: Amblyomma variegatum Common name: Tropical bont tick
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