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Which trophic level generates the most dead organic material in most ecosystems?
The first trophic level generates the most dead organic material in most ecosystems.
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Which trophic level generates the most dead organic material in most ecosystems?
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The first trophic level generates the most dead organic material in most ecosystems.
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Which of the following is responsible for the most NPP produced within river and stream ecosystems?
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Macrophytes in shallow areas is responsible for the most NPP produced within river and stream ecosystems.
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In Paine’s studies of ecosystems in the rocky intertidal zone, removal of Pisaster sea stars led to a long-term
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Milkweed beetles are so named because they feed on the milkweed plant. They are an example of a(n) _______ and are part of the _______ trophic level
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Milkweed beetles are so named because they feed on the milkweed plant. They are an example of a herbivore and are part of the second trophic level.
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Heterotrophs are categorized by what they eat. A detritivore eats
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Heterotrophs are categorized by what they eat. A detritivore eats on dead organic material, especially plant detritus.
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