Chapter19:BiosphereT.pdf - Chapter19:BiosphereT Respiration the reverse process of photosynthesis reposition of free energy for later use sugar\/biomass

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Chapter19:BiosphereT Respiration the reverse process of photosynthesis; reposition of free energy for later use sugar/biomass + O2 --> energy + CO2 + H2O secondary consumers carnivore ; provender on primary consumers Net Photosynthesis the departure between photosynthesis and respiration Net Primary Productivity the incoming Carbon dioxide through photosynthesis - the outgoing CO2 through respiration aquatic chronological sequence competition for nutrients mesotrophic stage stage of aquatic sequence where there are culture medium nutrient levels Tertiary consumer omnivores; humans biogeography the discipline of the distribution of plants and beast ; geographic family relationship between organisms and their environments Eastern Malayo-Polynesian chlorophyl Concentrations Bar plant life in ocean Highest where rivers dump off to ocean with nutrients Ecosystem a self-sustaining organization of plants and animals and their physical environment [e.g.: a woods , beach , etc.] terrestrial succession competition for sunlight
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