Pyramids of Numbers

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In a numbers pyramid based on trophic levels, the organisms of a given area are first counted and then grouped into their trophic levels.


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Biology

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Grade nine.


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Roaches Essential for Ecosystem

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Roaches essential for ecosystem.


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More About Food Chains

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The position of an organism on a food chain is called its trophic level, which means its feeding level. This position depends on whether it is a plant or an animal and, if an animal, on what it eats.


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Scientific Taxonomy and Earth’s Biodiversity

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Covers the biodiversity amongst the earth’s animal kingdom, this article includes animals such as the flying squirrel, bats,rare or endanger species,birds and more!

What is the scientific taxonomy and the earth’s vast biodiversity? this article provides interesting information on this topic.


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Food Chains and Food Webs

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Food chains and food webs show the flow of energy through an ecosystem. Food chains are linear depictions of energy flow, while food webs show the multiple interactions among the different types of organisms.


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Magical Macro World of Diatom Sea-life

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Stunning scanning electron microsope images of minute sea-life, on which much of the rest of the ocean inhabitants depend.


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Ecosystems

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Some basic knowledge for you about ecosystems.


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Ecology and How is It Energy Passed

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How is energy passed through an ecosystem? What is an ecosystem and what is ecology/


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Coral Reef Feeding Behaviour

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Coral reefs are the basis of a very large ecosystem; they have the highest biodiversity of any marine ecosystem. More than 25 percent of all known ocean fish live in coral reefs and many more marine organisms live inside the coral. There are nearly a million species of fish and other marine life that make up the ecosystem of coral reefs. Coral reefs are often called the “rainforests of the ocean” because of its amazingly diverse ecosystem.


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