Biosphere part 2

Here is the second video over the biosphere. Please watch and leave a comment. I believe I set it up so you just put your name and email (ginorthwest.org). Again you can watch it on youtube or movenote. Let me know if you have any issues.

51 Comments

  1. Austin says:

    Food web is more complex than a simple food chain.

  2. Lauren Rookstool says:

    Biomass is the amount of living tissue in a level

  3. Dylan Kemmet says:

    The difference between a food chain and a food web is a food chain is a smaller variety of animals and a web is a lot bigger group of animals eating each other for energy.

  4. Ryleigh Brandt says:

    A food chain always starts with a producer

  5. Abby Dvorak says:

    A food chain starts with a producer

  6. Colton Helgoth says:

    There are food webs, food chains, and food pyramids, in each 10% of the energy goes to the consumer and it keeps getting smaller and smaller til none is left

  7. Megan Heineman says:

    The food chain is a series of stops showing how energy is transferred from animal to animal through consumption

  8. Salina Flores says:

    There is four types of heterotrophs they are herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and detritivores.

  9. Thomas verba says:

    There are 4 types of heterotrophs
    1. Herbivores
    2. Carnivores
    3. Omnivores
    4. Detritivores

  10. Jacob Evans says:

    Matter isn’t created or destroyed it is transformed

    Jacob Evans

  11. Isaiah Daws says:

    There are food webs, food chains, and food pyramids, in each 10% of the energy goes to the consumer and it keeps getting smaller and smaller til none is left

  12. Garrett Byerly says:

    Food webs show how energy is used up, biogeochemical cycles show how matter is transformed.

  13. Hayley says:

    The energy pyramid has no limit on number of organisms although only around 10% make it to the next level

  14. Colton says:

    Buiomass is the total amount of living tissue in a level

  15. Riley Glause says:

    The food chain always begins with plants and from there 10% of the total energy is passed up to the next level of the food chain. Riley Glause

  16. Sliswa16 says:

    There are 4 types of heterotrophs herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, detritivores
    Hannah

  17. Dammann says:

    There are 4 types of heterotrophs
    1. Herbivores
    2. Carnivores
    3. Omnivores
    4. Detritivores
    Dammann

  18. Isabel Contreras says:

    A producer is the start of a food chain

  19. Sarah says:

    Heterotrophs rely on others for energy

  20. Raigan says:

    Consumers acquire energy from others

    1. Sarah says:

      Sarah Ruzicka

  21. Brandon Gannon says:

    There are 4 types of heterotrophs
    1. Herbivores
    2. Carnivores
    3. Omnivores
    4. Detritivores

  22. Brandon says:

    There ar 4 types of heterotrophs
    1. Herbivores
    2. Carnivores
    3. Omnivores
    4. Detritivores

  23. Nicole Phinney says:

    Heterotrophs rely on others for energy

  24. Stetson Guyette says:

    Matter is never created, it is transformed

  25. Erik says:

    Food chains that are connected are called food webs

  26. Maddie Schultz says:

    A food chain starts with a producer

  27. Shelby M. says:

    Transpiration is the evaporation of water from the leaves of plants.

  28. Jordyn Retzlaff says:

    Heterotrophs rely on others for energy

  29. Kaitie says:

    Biomass is the total amount of living tissue in a level.

  30. Mikayla H says:

    Heterotrophs rely on other for energy

  31. Ryan Wiese says:

    Food webs are food chains that are connected

  32. Reiley Hillman says:

    Biomass is the amount of living tissue in a level usually represented in grams of organic matter per unit area

  33. Taylor Wieland says:

    A food chain starts with a producer.

  34. Sarah Hoban says:

    A food chain begins with a producer.

  35. Isaiah Daws says:

    A food chain must start with a producer

  36. Heather Pohlmeier says:

    10% of the energy in an organism is passed on to its predator

  37. Alli Mehring says:

    Food web is more complex than a simple food chain.

  38. Taylor Kool says:

    Buiomass is the total amount of living tissue in a level

  39. Bailey Parr says:

    Biomass is the total amount of living tissue in a level

  40. Wyatt Socha says:

    Matter is never created or destroyed, it is only transformed

  41. Alyssa says:

    Phosphorus is in your RNA, DNA, and ATP.

  42. Sarah Rathman says:

    Food chain is a series of stops which a organism transfers energy by eating stuff or being eaten.

  43. Allke says:

    Less than 1% of carbon actually circulates the biosphere.

    1. Allie Carlini says:

      Less than 1% of carbon actually circulates the biosphere.

  44. devin tatro says:

    Food chain: series of stops which organisms transfers energy by eating or being eaten.

  45. Kyra says:

    Transpiration-evaporation from leaves of plants

  46. Reblogged this on abc of biology and commented:
    Nice article about Biosphere

  47. Jason Gfeller says:

    Test to see if this works.

    1. Kayla says:

      Conversation of matter is never created or destroyed, it’s only transformed in forms.

    2. Emily K. says:

      In the food pyramid only 10% of the kilocalories is passed to the next level.

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