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Q: The proper order, from smallest to largest, for the levels of organization is _______. a. population, community, organism, biome, ecosystem, biosphere b. organism, community, population, ecosystem,
biome, biosphere c. biosphere, biome, ecosystem, community, population, organism d. organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere
A: The proper order, from smallest to largest, for the levels of organization is _______. d. organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere
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User: Which of the following is not a freshwater ecosystem? a. lakes b. rivers c. seas d. springs

User: The proper order, from smallest to largest, for the levels of organization is _______. a. population, community, organism, biome, ecosystem, biosphere b. organism, community, population, ecosystem, biome, biosphere c. biosphere, biome, ecosystem, community, population, organism d. organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere

Weegy: The proper order, from smallest to largest, for the levels of organization is _______. d. organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere
neildychauco|Points 326|

User: Environments are covered with manmade structures like roads, buildings, and sewers. Green spaces such as parks, backyards, and undeveloped lots are scattered in among the developed areas instead of all connected together. Plants and animals have to deal with exposure to toxins from vehicles and loss of habitat and food sources. These are all ways that _______. a. humans have intervened to both manage and manipulate the environment to ensure species survival b. nonhuman life in an urban ecosystem differs from that in an undeveloped forest ecosystem c. cities have been developed to keep wildlife out of public areas d. humans have impacted the environment and caused wildlife species to become domesticated

Weegy: Environments are covered with manmade structures like roads, buildings, and sewers. Green spaces such as parks, backyards, and undeveloped lots are scattered in among the developed areas instead of all connected together. [ Plants and animals have to deal with exposure to toxins from vehicles and loss of habitat and food sources. These are all ways that _______. a. humans have intervened to both manage and manipulate the environment to ensure species survival. ]
Hashirama|Points 70|

User: Identify the biotic factor of an ecosystem from the following: a. soil composition b. trees c. temperature d. sunlight

Weegy: b. trees.
rsmiley|Points 60|

User: The principal characteristic that determines whether an aquatic ecosystem is classified as marine or freshwater is _______. a. surface area b. water depth c. temperature d. salinity

Weegy: The principal characteristic that determines whether an aquatic ecosystem is classified as marine or freshwater is D: Salinity
jamiekins228|Points 80|

User: Savanna is considered a transitional biome because it is intermediate between two _______. a. climates b. regions c. biomes d. ecosystems

Weegy: b. Regions. Savanna is considered a transitional biome because it is intermediate between two: b. regions.
andrewpallarca|Points 26203|

User: Scientists use specific levels of organization to analyze the biosphere. Which level of organization is seen in both a school of anchovies and a gaggle of geese?

Weegy: The level of organization seen in both a school of anchovies and a gaggle of geese is a POPULATION.



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