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What are the two ways that organisms on the bottom of deep sea food chains acquire energy? a. photosynthesis and chemosynthesis b. chemosynthesis and marine snow c. marine snow and photosynthesis d. chemosynthesis and predation Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
Chemosynthesis and marine snow are the two ways that organisms on the bottom of deep sea food chains acquire energy.
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Chemosynthesis and marine snow are the two ways that organisms on the bottom of deep sea food chains acquire energy.
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