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8 Cards in this Set

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The Water Cycle
Precipitation; Runoff; Seepage; Uptake; Transpiration; Evaporation; Condensation; Respiration
Rate of Photosynthesis
Slows down in the fall - less sunlight, change angle of sun, lower temperature
Ammonia into Atmospheric nitrogen by other soil bacteria
Levels of Organization in Ecology
B.Population - A group of individuals of same species in same area
C.Community - Group of populations in same area
D.Ecosystem - Collection of living organisms and nonliving in particular area
E.Biome - Group of ecosystems w/same climate and same dominant communities
F.Biosphere - part of Earth where life exists
Energy Pyramid
Only about 10% of the energy in one trophic level of a food chain passes on to the next trophic level
The Carbon Cycle
Atmosphere; Ocean; Photosynthesis; Respiration; Human Activity; Decomposition; Volcanoes/uplift
Nitrogen Fixation
Atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia by bacteria that live on the roots of legumes
Biomass Pyramid
Amount of living tissue in one trophic level of a food chain; g/area