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Unformatted text preview: they are mobile. Ectotherms: body heat is created by the sun and they absorb it from the soil. Snakes: 12% energy maintenance // 16% reproduction. Endotherms: birds, mammals, fish Humans: 50% energy maintenance // 0.1 % reproduction Food Chain: primary consumer charts ** from book ** GP: GROSS Photosynthesis: Semation for the amount of CH20 (carb) NP: Net Photosynthesis: The amount of stored CH20 after respiration. Net = GP respiration Rate of NP ^ I = i _________________________________ Theres an increase diagonally. . Light Intensity Land: 30% (below is the depiction of 70% of unplowable land, leaving 30% of this 30% plowable for growing vegetation) Sea: 70% Too Cold: 20% Too Arid (not enough water): 20% On a Mountain: 20% Bare Rock: No soil: 10% Total: 70 Greenhouses could be used in areas that are too cold. 50 Questions: Entire Period: Possibility that prof. will be late: need pencils,...
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENVIRONMEN 0000 taught by Professor Faculty during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '11