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Why might a pyramid of numbers be turned upside down? What is an example?

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Answer: The pyramid might be turned upside down if the consumers are less massive than the organisms they feed. For example, thousands of insects may graze upon one tree. The tree has a lot mere biomass, but it is only one organism. So the base of the pyramid will be smaller than next level up.

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When gina was 10, she swam in the ocean for the first time. she remembers the feeling of kicking her feet, slicing her arms through the water, tasting the tangy salt water, floating her on her back, and learning from her father that salt water is more dense than fresh water, which makes floating easier. which element is a semantic memory?

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That salt water is more dense than fresh water.
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What are the macromolecules DNA and RNA referred to as? Proteins Carbohydrates Nucleic acids NextReset

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Nucleic Acid is the answer
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Nonfoliated rocks have very narrow layering. true or false explain if false

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Non-foliated metamorphic rocks generally do not have distinct layering. therefore its false

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The bee is pollinating the flower. This is an important step in the ____________ of flowering plants. A) speciation B) regeneration C) sexual reproduction D) asexual reproduction

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It's Sexual Reproduction.
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