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 12/16/10 Energy in the Ecosystem (Ch. 6) Terms: Energy Potential energy Kinetic energy Ecosystem
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 12/16/10 Understand the following: First Law of Thermodynamics Second Law of Thermodynamics What are the three basic components of  an ecosystem? What is the difference between  photosynthesis and respiration in  regards to energy? As a rule of thumb, how much energy is  passed to the next trophic level?
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 12/16/10 Understand the following: Understand what happens to assimilated  energy and why it isn’t all put into  production (know the different ways  energy is used). Understand which types of climates are  most and least productive. What are the energy sources for the two  major food chains? In which type of system is grazing and 
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 12/16/10 Nutrient Cycling and Regeneration (Ch. 7 and 8) Terms: Nutrient Biogeochemical cycle
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 12/16/10 Understand the following: What are the three important players in  biogeochemical cycles AND what makes  them important? Know the four ways that nutrients enter  an ecosystem.
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